Sushi Noz

This new Upper East Side restaurant offers omakase sushi in a setting designed by Sukiya-style architects using Japan-sourced materials from restored and demolished temples.

Owners David and Josh Foulquier took countless trips to Japan to explore the secrets of sushi culture. The duo amassed a collection of over a thousand pieces of ancient Japanese ceramics, dating back from the 16th all the way to the 21st century. The older pieces are on display in the tokonoma, while the contemporary pieces are used throughout the dining experience.

The owners have teamed up with Chef Nozomu Abe – formerly of Sushiden – who uses only the finest quality fish, mostly imported from Tokyo, for his ersion of Edomae style sushi.

The intimate dining room features numerous types of cedar to release aromas and relieve stress, featuring an eight-seat 200-year-old hinoki wood sushi bar at the center, as well as a six-seat sushi bar available for private events.

At $300 per person – service included – Sushi Noz is fine dining at its finest.


Ideal For

A divine Omakase experience

Signature Dishes

Each meal comprises four to seven Otsumami (hot or cold small plates), a sushi course with 12-15 pieces of nigiri, as well as soup and dessert.

Signature Drinks

Wine and sake