Ageha Sushi brings unique and well-crafted Japanese-American fusion fare to New York’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. Sushi bar appetizers include the tuna wasabi dumpling stuffed with crab and avocado as well as the “yummy pizza” crispy pancake with tuna and crunchy tobiko. Ageha Sushi’s house specialties include grilled Chilean sea bass slathered in miso, the pan-seared duck breast in honey sauce and the chicken, shrimp and veggie tempura combo. And Ageha crafts unique sushi rolls to suit most any palate. Popular rolls include the scorpion roll with eel, avocado, tobiko and topped with shrimp, the spicy tuna magical roll topped with smoked eel, shrimp and avocado, and the lobster roll stuffed with black caviar and sprouts.
Ageha Sushi also offers diners delivery service and online ordering.
Food was Meh. The non-sushi food especially you was lacking in flavor. Chairs at the tables are too short, but if you trade out from one from the bar it’s better. Decent sushi but nothing amazing. And if you tell them it’s a special occasion on OpenTable I don’t acknowledge it at all I bet lacking in the customers experience
It was mediocre from food to service to ambiance.
The photographer who took pictures of the food deserves an award for enhancement but the food was still good. For pre theater where you don't want to overeat, this restaurant was more than simply adequate. I would return, which I guess is all you need to know!
Excellent. Fresh and tasty. Best rainbow roll I've ever had. Generous cuts on the sushi and sashimi. Great menu.
This place was good, I'd go back. The special rolls are all a little over the top though. The fish seemed like really good quality, so I'd get some more plain rolls and ngiri if I returned.
Food was mediocre. Still trying to find a great sushi place but this was not.
The portions were good. The staff seemed a little busy so the service was not perfect but the food was delicious and came out very fast. I would definitely recommend it.
Ageha is now my new go to sushi spot. I’ve been to Haru down the block a few times and have always left wanting. Ageha hits the spot for fancy rolls and value. Haru is has better ambiance, sure, but for the food, I recommend ageha.
I got to ageha after the restaurant where I had made a reservation for new year cancelled it. Best thing that happened in my life. Really good prices, I was astonished when the receipt arrived, but it is in fact the best sushi I ever tried in my life. Being foreigner, I tried several sushis at my home country and in other European too.
Unbelievable food. Great environment!
I had the Philadelphia roll, the spicy crunchy salmon roll and the tuna roll.
The tuna roll was disgusting.
The spicy crunchy salmon roll was ok, but not spicy and not so crunchy.
The Philadelphia roll was good.
The place is pretty nice, not so expensive.
But I won’t recommend it to my friends.
Decent, not great food. Definitely not authentic Japanese (in fact, all the workers are actually Chinese). The quality of sashimi is good, most sushi is the contemporary "firecracker" type stuff, if you're in to that. Menu includes pad Thai and a variety of other Asian dishes.
Went to Ageha on a Friday night - we were looking for good sushi and were not disappointed.
It wasn't the most romantic setup (as was obvious from the outside as we walked up), which wasn't helped by the upbeat pop music and service. Although not rude, the servers were very quick and efficient in their interactions with us. It's not the type of place to ask them for a recommendation.
Onto the food: we shared a couple of plates, including the yummy pizza and yummy roll (both of which live up to the name) and the fire salmon (delicious, but very rich). I had the house hot sake and enjoyed it. I wouldn't call myself a good judge between good and bad sake, but this went down smoothly.
Overall it was a great value for money and I would recommend it for good sushi on a budget and a casual setting for dinner with friends.
Awesome...really enjoyed a great sushi experience. Service was attentive and the sake was perfect temp!!!
Atmosphere was casual and inviting. Quiet enough to chat and quite a fun menu to look over. Food was delicious, every bite a treat. Our server was a bit hard to communicate with but very gracious and attentive. Great place for after the show.
Ageha is in a great location and the staff are friendly. Their sushi and sashimi were good. Calamari was perfectly cooked. Pad thai was sweet and I could do without. Overall a nice place to visit.
Great! Staff was courteous and provided excellent recommendations!
Clean and inviting restaurant. The sushi was fresh, great specialty rolls. The sushi pizza is a must! Don't be concerned about the size of photo in menu, it's not that big, more like personal pan size but perfect for sharing appetizer. The service was very attentive. The tempura fried cheesecake is worth the extra calories! Highly recommend this restaurant. We will absolutely be back!
My friends and I come to this location often and are always welcomed and treated with great service. thank you - we will see you soon!
It was very nice. the specialty rolls were sort of too large to put in one's mouth.
Great rolls! Very good service and calm ambience. Perfect for pre/theatre!
Good HH and fairly good priced sushi for Manhattan. Service was good and good was delivered very quickly.
good sushi in New York
Fresh ingredients and lovely service. Went there for my birthday and since I love fresh fish, this place is definitely worth it. They made the sushi the way I like it.
Portions oversized. Prices exorbitant
Food is pretty good. Very dark, the lighting needs help.
One of my favorite sushi places in town
We've always been pleased with the food at Ageha and it is quiet enough to have a conversation with family we haven't seen in a long time. Everyone enjoyed their meal and the time spent at Ageha.
Pretty good. The staff was really sweet. The menu for 2 was enough surprisingly (I'm a big eater). The tea and the orange at the end were a nice touch. Overall we really liked it, the only problem was that the sushis didn't have enough rice
We like Ageha. It's cheap. The food is pretty good. The wait staff is great, but they don't know what wines are on their menu. Mostly house. Avoid the cabernet. Good value. Not too busy ever. Extensive food menu.
Being rushed out, which is annoying, and which takes away from the experience.
Great fresh sashimi platter! Nice drinks as well - would recommend. Service is a bit pushy as multiple waiters attend you.
Oddly, OT indicated they had several time slots available..... when we got there early we were told they were closing soon. So the entire experience seemed very rushed.... plus the meal seemed like we were getting the end of the day remnants. It wasn't awful... just wasn't good either. I would have given it one star..... But the app wouldn't let me rank it that low.
Food was absolutely mediocre. Won't recommend at all.
We walked in and the place spelled unusually strong of fish - more than is typical for a sushi restaurant. We decided to overlook. Our cold plates were not cold - the salmon appetizer tasted fake and like it had sat out for a long time. Our sushi roll was hot and mushy even though there werent any warm ingredients! Lastly we ordered pineapple fried rice and even that was bad. Very bland. The chicken tasted like rubber and the rice was completely textureless. We did not finish and left and had dinner at thai yum yum instead. Terrible!
Dinner before a concert. Food was excellent. Service fast and very polite, but too constant. Small price to pay though.
Great service and fun experience. Food is well priced for NYC and the $2 beer and sake happy hour is hard to beat
BLAND sushi. Place reeks of fish (not fresh??).
Poor service. The sushi did not taste fresh. All four of us ordered different things and none of it was finished.
Quick and good service. Good rolls with many house varieties. Dessert were not of the same level. Definitively worth for a bite.