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"Neta" means the fresh ingredients of sushi. Our restaurant brings you the best neta with unique preparations and warm service for a special dining experience.
New York, NY 10011
Hours of Operation:
Daily 12:00 pm–1:45 pm
Mon–Thu, Sun 5:00 pm–10:15 pm
Fri, Sat 5:00 pm–11:15 pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Please contact us for your catering needs.
A/C/E, B/D/F/M trains to W 4 St/Washington Square. 2/3/L to 14th Street.
Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Delivery, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Neta Ratings and Reviews
Had the Omakase ( $150 ) version. Extremely disappointed by the fish, the quality and even the attention to detail when sushi pieces were placed. For the price you pay, generally you would expect Hokkaido Uni. it was Uni from Maine instead. Its def not worth eating omakase here. i wouldn't recommend this , its over priced and poor quality. Places like Nakazawa, Cagen charges similar prices and much better quality sushi ( cannot even compare )
Edamame (Good) - Shishito Peppers (Very Good) - Kobe Bulgogi Crispy Rice (Good) - Duck Rice (Good) - Spicy Lobster (Good) - Uni Porridge (Ok) - Blue Fin Tuna Roll (Good) - Spicy King Salmon Roll (Good) - Crab Avocado Roll (Good) - Kama Toro Nigiri (Very Good) - Salmon Belly Nigiri (Very Good) - Salmon Toro Nigiri (Very Good) - Hagashi Toro (Good)
Overall the food was very good - We ordered way too many special nigiri pieces (Very expensive) - Choose a couple and then order rolls - Sushi Quality was very good - Shishito Peppers were the best I have ever had due to the sauce its in - Sake list is super expensive in my opinion - Good for dates or smaller groups - Service was very good - Asked for space in between courses and they managed well - Would certainly go back, but manage the ordering better
We took the excellent suggestion from the hostess who recommended the special weekend $75 omakase available only bet 5 and 6pm. Unfortunately the male server seemed to have no clue what we wished to order. Also had a hard time understanding the female server whose explanations of the dishes were incomprehensible. Food was exquisite - definitely will come again!
Food was average. If this were a low priced sushi restaurant or a chain fine. Had the omakase. Too much sauce not impressed by the fish. Price with a bottle of sake was in the high 300 range. Better off going to Blue Ribbon or Sushi Azabu.
Food is creative and amazing. The tasting menu is more than just sushi and they are very accommodating to dietary needs or preferences. Sushi quality is excellent. Service is very attentive without being intrusive. I've been here before but my husband hadn't and I was having a hard time convincing him to go. When he told me to pick a place for my birthday, I got my shot. He is now recommending it to everyone.
After moving away from NYC after 22 years here, we were desperate for great sushi- and Neta didn’t disappoint. Delicious, sophisticated yet simple and interesting flavors that enhanced instead of overpowering the fish. We had the $110 Omakase which was a good choice. Will definitely go back when we’re in town.
Been coming here for quite some time now. This was a huge surprise. Service was very shottie; For our actual server to the sommelier. Both seemed new and unsure.
Both of us had the omakase, this time is wasn't worth it. Three of the courses were horrible, in comparison to what was we have had in the past.
Not sure why, but I have always told people how great neta is, but this time, no so, at all.
Tucked into 8th St - so happy to have this sushi place in my neighborhood.
I really liked the menu variations. The sushi was fresh and delicious.
Especially the sea bream and salmon. I asked for tamari instead of soy and it
was no problem. I like the idea of the sushi "bar" so you can come alone.
Tables are a little close (had a loud talker next to us) but I have had worse.
Definitely more expensive than a lot of sushi places but I think it's worth it for
the variety and freshness. I will be back.
Made a reservation for my girlfriend's birthday. The quality of the sushi was outstanding! They also went out of their way to present a small birthday cake for my girlfriend, which was a surprise even to me! The service was great too, everyone was very accommodating. Happy to go back again!
9:15 seating and the first comment from our server is that it's last call for kitchen and they will be closing soon. If you are unable to properly serve a customer, then you should not take the reservation, charge their card in advance or seat them when your kitchen is about to close. Food is average and ambiance is none existent. Huge disappointment at every level.
We had a great experience at Neta months ago and were excited to return- unfortunately, this time around our experience was pretty negative. The food was much less flavorful than before and our tofu avocado rolls showed up without avocado- the waiter apologized and explained they have a new chef. Maybe they're just working out the kinks with this new person, but I doubt we'll be going back any time soon. The food wasn't anywhere near as good as last time.
Food was average.
Arrogant Manager. At lunch only 2 seats were occupied. I requested if we can have a table with 4 seats as there are bags and would like to be on a more spacious table.
He said he has the tables for 4 people and could not seat us. I could have understood if there is only 1 table but there were 4 tables open and the restaurant was empty.
There was a live bug on one of the pieces of sushi we got. For a $150/per person tasting menu, that is unacceptable. They didn't make a proper effort to remedy the situation either. Was great until that point, but that was very disappointing.
Overly and shamefully overrated and should not occupy a spot among NYC sushi restaurants. This opinion does not consider the fact that it is certainly a waste of anyone's money and time especially in NYC where choices are in abundance, however, this opinion would hold true even if Neta was serving free sushi meals to a sushi connoisseur in the most rural areas where even edible sushi would be rare, completing a meal without wishing it would end soon would be challenging.
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