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TakeSushi - 7 Reviews - 1026 2nd Ave, New York, NY - Japanese Restaurants Reviews - Phone (212) 355-3557


1026 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10022
(212) 355-3557
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I have tried many Japanese restaurants in NY but almost all the restaurantans never serve good Japanese food. TakeSushi is one of the few authentic and Japanese-managed restauran...


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Try their lunch menu today or tomorow! 4/30/2010

I have tried many Japanese restaurants in NY but almost all the restaurantans never serve good Japanese food. TakeSushi is one of the few authentic and Japanese-managed restaurants in New York City. They offer wonderful lunch specials within a reasonable budget. (Now, they open 7 days a week - both lunch and dinner) Their food preparation and presentation is always done in a professional manner. If you need to find any good Japanese restaurants that opens for weekend lunch, Take Sushi is the place to go! more

Sooooooooooooo Good 4/21/2008

We happened upon this place after visiting some friends. Neither of us are from the area so we took a chance. What a charming discovery! The staff is pleasant and efficient. Although she was busy w/ other tables, our waitress managed to refresh our drinks without delay. The decor is lovely and not at all ""in your face"". Pros: Good service, good food more

Pricey but very fresh Sushi 4/4/2006

This place is quite expensive. Only authentic sushi is served, so no spicy tuna, no crunchy rolls etc. The service is incredibly polite and attentive. I only saw Japanese clientele. All the spots were reserved on Saturday night meaning no walk ins allowed. The fish was incredibly fresh, tried snapper sashimi which was quite nice. Its worth coming here for the sushi, I didn't particularly care for the hot dishes-many other do that better. Overall Excellent. Pros: Fresh Fish, Service Cons: Expensive more

excellent quality but a bit pricy 11/12/2005

I would sum up this restaurant as having excellent quality of food, enormous a-la-carte sushi selection for serious sushi lovers. Once again, no art sushi here. Food can be enjoyed in a very private setting, with the front window screened off inside a very clean interior. Portions are a bit small so you tend to get overwhelmed at the check out counter when you've realized that you ordered a bit too much. Pros: excellent quality, service Cons: bit pricy more

Best Sushi Restaurant In NY! 4/13/2005

I am Japanese from Tokyo. I tried so many sushi/ Japanese restaurants in NY. I would say this is the best sushi restaurant!! I feel that I am in Tokyo when I eat there. Great fish and simple plates. This is not like any other American style ""roll sushi"" restaurants, this is a place where real Japanese people go and trust. more

No fancy rolls, none needed 2/10/2004

Been a regular for several months now. In the tradition of Sushi Say and other No frills sushi bars, excellent high level quality of fish prepared by a skilled sushi chef. Perfectly sliced fish bring out the best of traditional sushi. If you need exotic rolls and other creations to satisfy your tongue, go elsewhere to other great sushi places like Sushi of Gari. However, if you want a no frills traditional sushi place that specializes in serving up high quality fish, come inside. Also try the course meal if you want more than just sushi. Very tasty dishes all around with a nice collection of affordable sake. The wait staff is very courteous. Just try not to ask for their cold sake hot or for a spicy tuna roll and you will be fine. more

Among the best 2/6/2004

If you love Sushi Yasuda or Jewel Bako, you'll love this place. If you're a california roller or like to supersize it at Yama, don't bother. For me, this, along w/ SY and JB, is the best sushi in NY. more
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  • Hours:

    Mon-Sun 11:45am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-10pm
  • Neighborhoods:

    Midtown East (Turtle Bay), Midtown, Midtown East