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What are the best inexpensive sushi restaurants in NYC?

What are the best sushi restaurants in NYC that won't break the bank?

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Thomas Yoo

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Blue Ribbon's newest sushi outpost is a 16-seat counter at the hottest new food court in Lower Manhattan, Hudson eats. You can find a great selection of sushi, and they have a menu that can fit any taste, from the average sushi and roll connoisseur to those with a masterful palate and countless omakase tastings under their belt. You'll find Blue Ribbon's legendary quality here and won't be disappointed. I like to stop by and grab a few pieces of nigiri à la carte whenever I stop in this food court! Give it a try!

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239 East 5th Street, New York, NY
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One can not think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.

Sarah Williams

One can not think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.

When you step foot into this East Village fine Japanese restaurant it seems like you are stepping into a jewel box. It has one of the best omakase tastings in the city for a very great $85 PP. You get 18 pieces of amazing and delicious sushi, what a great deal!

The sushi chefs are super friendly and it's easy to see why they have a prized Michelin star!

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110 1st Avenue, New York, NY
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Dave Thompson

Photo-journalist of food around the world

This might be one of the best prices for omakase in the city ($45 for ten pieces, but you usually get more)! The sushi is no-nonsense, traditional, delcious, yet each piece has a little bit of flair and character from the chef. Everything is always super delicious and fresh, and the chef is always very friendly! Definitely worth coming to!

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136 West Houston Street, New York, NY
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Scott Chen

Marketing consultant, food network voyeur

I believe that this is, hands down, the best omakase experience that you can have in New York. For a very reasonable $70, you will take a journey through many different fish (some that I couldn't even recognize at first!) and it's a joy. The staff and decor are not pretentious at all, and I felt at home from the moment I sat down to the time I stepped outside. Their house soy sauce is delicious and smoky!

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43 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY
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Sue Kim

New York

Dessert before dinner!

Sue Kim

Dessert before dinner!

This is a very reasonably-priced sushi restaurant in Willamsburg, which lacks many Japanese food options. They have some very delicious and creative dishes other than sushi, and it's definitely a great place to sit and enjoy a delicious meal.

Try their sushi bombs, gyoza, and pork betty!

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NY expat in LA

Logan McHenry

NY expat in LA

Saba oshizushi and Tsukiji Tuesdays (?) 38 bucks yes
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88 W 3rd St, New York, NY
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New Jersey Restaurant Association 2013 Restaurateur of the Year, New York native, New York University, Dartmouth College,

Shaun Mehtani

New Jersey Restaurant Association 2013 Restaurateur of the Year, New York native, New York University, Dartmouth College,

By far the best Expensive Sushi Restaurant in town. Its about $200 per person, but the quality and quantity of the fishes you get is spectacular. I hate to say it, but this LA export is the best!

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3250 Francis Lewis Boulevard, Flushing, NY
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Thomas Yoo

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Thomas Yoo

New York City born and raised with a passion for fashion and food. Personal photos by Nikon D3000 and Moto X (Camera FV-5)

Sometimes you don't want something super fancy when you want sushi. Sometimes, you'd like to leave feeling completely full and just gorge yourself on sauce-covered, hastily made rolls with crunchy tempura flakes, eel out of a package, and finish it all off with some ice cream.

Well, then Sushi Village is the place for that! At an attractive price, you can eat your fill (All-you-can-eat for around $30) and you will leave satisfied. They don't skimp on the fish like many AYCE joints do, and while they may sometimes forget parts of your order, you can just order it again.

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118 West 3rd Street, New York, NY
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Julie Choi

Brooklyn

Dining Adventurist in NYC

Julie Choi

Dining Adventurist in NYC

I come here a lot for lunch, and they never disappoint! They are very reasonably priced, always fresh, and super friendly!

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