Forbes Best US Restaurant – 12 – Sushi Yasuda – New York, NY
204 E 43rd St
(between 3rd Ave & 2nd Ave)
New York, NY 10017
Neighborhood: Midtown East
- Nearest Transit Station:
- Grand Central – 42 St.Grand Central – 42 St.
Grand Central – 42 St.
- Mon-Fri 12 pm – 2 pmMon-Sat 6 pm – 10 pm
CasualAccepts Credit Cards:
- Price Range:
$$$$ Good for Groups:
NoGood for Kids:
- Good For:
Beer & Wine OnlyNoise Level:
Classy, UpscaleHas TV:
Menu for Sushi Yasuda
Sushi And Sushi & Sashimi Combination
Sushi $22.50 Please Choose 5 Pieces Of Sushi And 2 Rolls. Sushi & Sashimi Combination $22.50 Please Choose 4 Pieces Of Sushi And 1 Roll.
2 Pcs Maximum Per Item.
Roll Maki – Vegetable
The restaurant was founded in 2000 by its former chef, Naomichi Yasuda of Chiba Prefecture, who returned to Japan in January 2011 to open a new restaurant in Tokyo. It is owned by Naomichi Yasuda, Shige Akimoto, and Scott Rosenberg. The current chef is Mitsuru Tamura.
In 2011, food critic Eric Asimov of The New York Times took the restaurant to task for serving bluefin tuna, which he reported was severely overfished and in dire straits, with its Atlantic population estimated to be down almost 90 percent since the 1970s.
In 2000, restaurant critic William Grimes of The New York Times gave Sushi Yasuda three stars, and in 2001 he called it “sublime." In 2011, Eric Asimov of The New York Times gave it three stars, and Bloomberg gave it two and a half stars.
In 2013, Zagat’s gave it a food rating of 28, the second-highest in the East 40s, and rated it the 9th-best restaurant in New York City.
|Currentowner(s)||Naomichi Yasuda, Shige Akimoto, and Scott Rosenberg|
|Food type||Japanese sushi|
|Street address||204 East 43rd Street (betweenSecond Avenue and Third Avenue, in Midtown Manhattan|