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Apparently, this city is where the Japanese culinary exploits began in the United States. Its success in the city would be replicated to all other cities in the country until all could boast of a sushi joint. If you are ever in New York, make sure you have your sushi at the following top rated sushi restaurants.

Top sushi restaurants in New York

Apparently, this city is where the Japanese culinary exploits began in the United States. Its success in the city would be replicated to all other cities in the country until all could boast of a sushi joint. If you are ever in New York, make sure you have your sushi at the following top rated sushi restaurants.

1. Nobu

Nobu is located on 105 Hudson Street and is one of the most celebrated sushi joints in New York. It is particularly loved for delicacies such as fruity mousse, sashimi salad with matsuhisa dressing, tomato ceviche as well as a host of cocktails to wash down the meal.

2. Morimoto

You cannot mention sushi in New York without mentioning Morimoto. One of its signature dishes - Foie Gras Chawan Mushi - captures your imagination at how much thought has gone in preparing it. I mean, how do you combine French and Japanese cuisine and come out with a hybrid dish that is even better? Head to this restaurant and you may yet find out that culinary genius exists in New York.

3. Blue ribbon Sushi

This restaurant is located at 119 Sullivan Street and serves mostly Japanese delicacies such as Oshinko, Edamame, Nasu Dengaku, Phoenix, Una Kyu, Bonsai Tree, Toro Tataki, Hamachi Tataki, Sake Tataki, Usuzukuri. Sometimes you just have to take a leap of faith and order something you have never heard of... that is how new dining experiences are made.

4. Watawa Sushi

The happy hour at this restaurant is the best time to have your sushi. You will probably dine at discounted rates. I would recommend that you try Yakitori or Shumai or Wasabi Shumai with vegetable tempura.

5. Kodama Japanese Restaurant

This restaurant is located at 45th Street and its interior decor is enough to impress even the most cynical of food critics. Its negimaki appetizer and spicy miso salmon are the hottest dishes on its menu. Perhaps you will need more than one visit to this restaurant to get to sample all its dishes.

In New York, eating healthy and exotic food is equated to class. If you want to look upper class and be treated with respect, then dine in one of the above restaurants and establishing your class will never be a hard task.

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