Kenko Sushi

Sushi is one of my absolute favorite foods and when I’m craving a great sushi meal, Kenko Sushi in Lincoln Park, New Jersey is a top choice. The casual Japanese restaurant covered with small Post-its is always full and for good reason. They offer a large selection of creative and classic sushi rolls, along with…

An Exquisite Omakase at Kurosaki

Away from the hustle and bustle of Shibuya tucked away on a quiet residential street is a Michelin-starred sushi restaurant where traditional Tokyo-style sushi is served by a young highly-skilled up-and-coming chef. Welcome to Kurosaki. Now getting a reservation at any top restaurant in Japan is no easy task, especially for foreigners and especially when…

Sushi Ota

It’s that time again – omakase time! The one sushi restaurant in San Diego I kept hearing about was Sushi Ota. Located in a small strip mall, this restaurant was opened by Chef Ota back in 1990. Sushi Chef Ota has worked in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kobe. He came to San Diego in 1982 and…

Sushi Zo

There’s a new restaurant to the sushi scene. Well, at least it’s new to the New York City scene when its soft opening took place in December 2015. Sushi Zo has been focused on serving fresh traditional Japanese sushi since Chef Keizo Seki opened its first location in West Los Angeles back in 2006. He…

Ushiwakamaru

I was long overdue for an omakase. I’ve heard of Ushiwakamaru many times, but never had a chance to try it. It’s original Greenwich Village closed and it is now located in Chelsea. It was a Saturday night and all I wanted was a sushi fix. I was able to make a reservation for the…

Birthday Omakase at Kabuto

So I figured I wanted sushi for my birthday dinner. Surprise, surprise. I wanted really, really good sushi. The strip offers many options, but I wanted something a bit more authentic. I would have to leave the strip and travel to Chinatown for that. I made a reservation at Kabuto for my cousin and I….

Finally, Dinner at Sasabune

There was one sushi restaurant I really wanted to try and kept putting off for no particular reason. That restaurant is Sasabune in the Upper East Side. I’ve heard great things about it and the majority of the reviews seemed to highly praise their sushi. As soon as you come upon the entrance, you know…