Kanoyama, East Village

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NEW YORK CITY | Kanoyama is one of the best places for quality sushi in the East Village, with the under the radar local’s favourite serving up a fantastic selection of sushi rolls, nigiri and sashimi at a very reasonable price. It’s all about freshness at Kanoyama, with a mixture of fish purchased fresh at local markets daily, and others whichs are flown in express from Japan, including rare seasonal fish.

It’s worth coming to Kanoyama for the sushi alone, but everything else here is quality too. Tender baby octopus is marinated in sweet miso, cooked over charcoals and served on a still sizzling hot plate, while the miso soup, topped off with fresh crab meat or cherry clams, is a cut above the rest. Keep an eye out for Kohada (Japanese Shad), Anago (Japanese Sea Eel), and the delicious local Yellowtail.

Our tip is to go for the sashimi omakase which features nine of the best fish on offer that day, along with a few other dishes on the side. If you see any fresh uni from Maine and California on the menu, get that too.

For drinks its a fantastic selection of sake along with Japanese craft beer and a few wines and non-alcoholic drinks.

Kanoyama

175 2nd Avenue
New York
New York 10003
United States

Telephone: 212 777 5266
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Sun – Thu: 5:30pm to 11:00pm
Fri – Sat: 5:30pm to 12:00am

Kanoyama Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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