With a stellar reputation for its traditional omakase experience, Sushi Noz has consistently drawn crowds since debuting in 2018. Led by chef Nozomu Abe (Noz 17, Noz Market), the $495-per-person meal showcases Japanese ingredients for an array of appetizers, Edomae-style nigiri, and more. The interior features impressive stretches of blonde wood and sources inspiration from Edo period teahouses.
Helmed by chef Nozomu Abe, since opening in 2018, Sushi Noz has earned street cred among sushi enthusiasts as one of the city’s premier, and more traditional omakase experiences. With a blonde wood bedecked aesthetic inspired by Edo period teahouses, this dual counter engagement offers a $495 menu built from around 95% Japanese ingredients, many of which the team imports twice a week directly from Toyosu Market. Diners begin with around six appetizers, before moving into anywhere from 13 to 18 nigiri bites. Overall, expect classic Edomae-style nigiri, with occasional global influences.
How to book: Reservations available via Tock