High-quality and intimate sushi dining experience says Downtown

David Bouhadana

High-quality and intimate sushi dining experience says Downtown magazine, referring to the newly-opened Sushi Dojo at 110 1st Ave (between 6th and 7th).  They note that the space itself is very small, simple, and cozy: it is almost all wood with comfortable black seating for 36.  The sushi bar takes up much of the restaurant. The ambiance is quiet with relaxing lighting- perfect for a casual, quiet, high quality meal.

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They note in their article that Sushi Dojo NYC has “many interesting options that go beyond sushi. Most dishes have special Japanese ingredients that offer something unique for the taste buds.”

Kimpaira Gobo, explained as burdock root sauteed with sesame oil, Downtown says “was certainly a new and delicious taste offering-something like a more hearty bean sprout.”

They include other premium choices such the lightly fried eggplant marinated in dashi (Nasu Nibitashi), and deep fried tofu in a dashi broth (Agedashi tofu,). The Nasu Nibitashi tastes somewhat like an eggplant teriyaki.

To read the full article on Downtown click here