Food & Drink

SUGARFISH, LA's Cult-Favorite Sushi Shop, Has Finally Arrived in NYC

Published On 11/04/2016 Published On 11/04/2016
Noah Fecks
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1. SUGARFISH 33 E 20th St, New York, NY 10003

At the first New York (and out-of-California) location of Kazunori Nozawa's Sugarfish, sushi obsessives will find an approachable but upscale selection of over a dozen sushi and sashimi options. The cult-favorite chain is know for its affordable "Trust Me" omakase menu, which includes blue crab and toro hand rolls, tuna sashimi, and other one- and two-piece servings of sushi. The two-story Flatiron location is larger than many of New York's intimate sushi dens, but you should still expect to wait for a seat at prime dinner hours. Just don't ask for a side of spicy mayo: Sugarfish makes a point to note on the menu that they "politely decline requests for extra sauces, salt, or additional rice.”