Whatever time you want to eat sushi, there is a place on the Upper East Side where you can make your dream come true. This place is called Sushi Seki. In the United States it is not uncommon for Omakase to be someone’s favorite dinner, although in Japan Omakase is traditionally reserved for the day, so since its opening in 2002, chef Seki Shi, hence the restaurant’s none, has decided to keep his restaurant open until 2:30 at night.
The brand produces all kinds of raw seafood, from fatty tuna and amberjack to Kumamoto oysters and flying fish roe. Do you want something more felt? They also have a selection of hot food with dishes such as karaage fried chicken and noodle soup.
After 15 years of activity, Sushi Seki is still the favorite Asian restaurant for Times Square New Yorkers and not for enjoying fish and rice, soups and traditional Japanese dishes regardless of the time.
1143 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10065
Lunedì – Sabato: 17.00 – 22.00