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All reviews sashimi sushi deluxe shumai rice salad worth waiting in line large pieces worth the wait small place warm atmosphere greenwich village visited this restaurant at lunchtime wait for a table new york amex nyc
Used to come here two- three times a week. Never had seen place empty. Don’t expect decor or perfect service. Tables , literally so close that there is no space for waiters to freely move around. Also it could get very loud.
This place is...More
This was a recommendation from a friend - totally worth it. We went for lunch at about 2pm so it wasn't busy. Very fresh sushi, beautifully soft rice. We had the sushi deluxe, combination maki, shumai, gyoza, various nigiri (the sweet shrimp was especially delicious)....More
We finally took the kids (12 and 10 year-olds) with us this time, and ordered the sashimi deluxe, sushi deluxe and two chirashis (the kids' choice), along with a hamachi-kama app. The fish did not disappoint, and as always, was generously-sized and very fresh. The...More
Came here for dinner during our family trip to NYC. It has been 5 years since last time I visited this restaurant. To skip the long line waiting, we arrived 30 minutes earlier before their opening for dinner. Their sushi were fresh and delicious as...More
Of course, there are tons of Sushi Restaurants in New York City. However, Tomoe Sushi has been a staple place in the West Village. When dinning with them, one can taste the freshness of the fish. The space is quaint, hence the long lines, but...More
My daughter and I were starving after a long day of sight seeing. We did a google search that led us to this restaurant after noting it had high reviews. We waited until 5 pm when it opened (on a cold rainy night), popped in...More
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