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Acclaimed sushi chef Eiji Ichimura's 10-seat dining counter is minimalist for a reason: the immaculate preparation of high-quality fish is all the stimulation you need. This solo project, launched after a departure from his venture at David Bouley's Brushstroke, showcases Ichimura's mastery of the intimate omakase format, in which he crafts intricate plates before your eyes over the course of roughly two hours. The experience comes at a steep price tag, but it's not everyday you come across hard-to-achieve delicacies like expertly aged tuna.

New York

Ichimura

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Acclaimed sushi chef Eiji Ichimura's 10-seat dining counter is minimalist for a reason: the immaculate preparation of high-quality fish is all the stimulation you need. This solo project, launched after a departure from his venture at David Bouley's Brushstroke, showcases Ichimura's mastery of the intimate omakase format, in which he crafts intricate plates before your eyes over the course of roughly two hours. The experience comes at a steep price tag, but it's not everyday you come across hard-to-achieve delicacies like expertly aged tuna.