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Sushi

Tucked inside Harlem's Jado Sushi, Nakajima is one of the most under-the-radar omakase spots in the city. Third-generation sushi chef Kunihide Nakajima serves traditional, Edomae-style sushi at the eight-seat counter, but that's not what sets this dining experience apart from similar Japanese restaurants in the city. Instead, it's the variety and quality of the seafood -- Nakajima balances his wild, in-season seafood supply between local, tri-state area fishermen and buyers at Tokyo's Tsukiji market. His selections are always changing and range from spotted halibut and Russian sea urchin to crab brain and fermented tuna belly.

Best omakase in NYC at Jado Sushi in Harlem
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Nakajima At Jado Sushi

Jado Sushi

Tucked inside Harlem's Jado Sushi, Nakajima is one of the most under-the-radar omakase spots in the city. Third-generation sushi chef Kunihide Nakajima serves traditional, Edomae-style sushi at the eight-seat counter, but that's not what sets this dining experience apart from similar Japanese restaurants in the city. Instead, it's the variety and quality of the seafood -- Nakajima balances his wild, in-season seafood supply between local, tri-state area fishermen and buyers at Tokyo's Tsukiji market. His selections are always changing and range from spotted halibut and Russian sea urchin to crab brain and fermented tuna belly.