Sushi Seki - Chelsea

208 West 23rd St.
Sushi Seki is the creation of Chef Seki Shi who hails from Tokyo where he once worked at the famed Tsukiji Market; one of the biggest fish markets in the world. In New York City he worked for several years with one of the city’s most inventive sushi ... more
Sushi Seki is the creation of Chef Seki Shi who hails from Tokyo where he once worked at the famed Tsukiji Market; one of the biggest fish markets in the world. In New York City he worked for several years with one of the city’s most inventive sushi masters, “Gari” Masatoshi, at Sushi of Gari, where he helped pioneer a more modern and innovative style of sushi – most notably topping nigiri with ingredients that would be unorthodox in his native Japan. Examples include his ode to New York-style bagel and lox where he tops fresh salmon sushi with charred tomato and seasons it with minced white onion toast. Another example is his toro tartare mixed with pickled daikon.

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208 West 23rd St.
New York, NY 10011
(212) 255-5988
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Sushi Bars

Price

$$$$$

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Business Casual

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All Major

This Week's Hours

5:30pm to 1:00am

@SushiSeki

An honor as always. Thank you Michelin Guide.
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Fresh ingredients and attention to detail is the recipe for success.
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Pair your favorite dishes with your favorite spirits.
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After the snowy weather this weekend, stay in and let us deliver to you.
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