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Sep 11, 2007 03:19 PM

Anyone know really good sush in the E.V?

Im looking for small, fun, trendy.....not commercial not outrageously priced (i know sushi is somewhat expensive)...even romantic.
Sushi has to be so picky. Needs to have sake or at least byob. HELP!

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  1. 15 East is brand new, supposed to be great (although kind of pricey). Jewel Bako is also E. Vill and good. On the LES I've heard very good things about Cube 63, which is BYOB...i don't think 15 East is and Jewel def is not

    1. Esashi on Ave A between 2nd and 3rd. No innovation or fancy decor, but consistently good quality fish.

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      1. re: ltownsend

        That's my favorite neighborhood sushi place. They're very consistent and I love their futomaki roll.

      2. Without a doubt Kanoyama.

        1. Takahashi on Ave A is excellent. cooked foods are delicious too as well as great sushi. enjoy fb

          1. Definitely check out Esashi and Kanoyama.

            Kanoyama, especially, if you take a look at their daily fish specials.

            There's also Ebisu (a hidden gem) and Le Miu (two chefs there are ex-Nobu).

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            1. re: kathryn

              I agree with Esashi and Kanoyama, and will add Hasaki to the list.

              While Le Miu is great, I won't go there for their sushi. Ebisu's quality is also quite inconsistent and not somewhere I go for sushi (other dishes are safer bets)

              LAN currently has a sushi tasting which includes both sushi, sashimi, and cooked dishes. I think it is quite good.

              1. re: kobetobiko

                One caveat on Esashi (which I agree is great in terms of fish quality) is that it has zero atmosphere. It's just your typical sushi spot with bad lighting and uncomfortable chairs. Cube 63, the byo place on Clinton, has decent quality fish AND at least a hip (if not romantic) atmosphere. Plus it's byo, which means you can drink more for less, which always spells romance in my book....