Lounge Hours: Sunday - Wednesday: 6:00pm - midnight, Thursday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 1:30am
BONDST Restaurant provides a hip, yet elegant backdrop for your special event. For private dinners for 10 guests to grand cocktail receptions for 200, BONDST offers a unique setting and a highly acclaimed menu of Japanese-inspired cuisine.View Private Dining Details
Always great food. Service and atmosphere great as well. I come back every time I’m in town
amazing food, try the pork belly appetizer
Bond Street is a impeccable as it was 15 years ago when I first went there.
Our third time here for dinner, food is brilliant as always.
Don’t miss the tuna pizza appetizer
Still going strong after more than 30 years in business.
This was my first visit to BONDST. I must warn you: The Big Eye Tuna Tart will absolutely change your life. It's quite amazing! It's a very hip spot and the host was very charming and accommodating. The wait staff is a bit militant and cold but the food was expedited quickly. I was disappointed with the sushi rolls we ordered. They seemed really cold as if they had been made in advance. The Broiled Chilean Sea Bass was fantastic. I would definitely go back.
Been coming here for decades it seems . What once was an iconic restaurant is no more . Unless you are 20 something with your daddies credit card stay far far away.....horrible crowd service and dining experience all around
My favorite place
Lovely place. Great staff. Friendly bartender and host.
Fab restaurant we were recommended to visit by a NYC local. It did not disappoint. As New Zealanders it was fantastic to be able to visit somewhere off the well- trodden tourist track. Well worth the effort for the awesome food.
Best Asian in town
Some of the tastiest Japanese we’ve had in a long time. Service was good because it was quiet. Good cocktails and wine too.
Very sophisticated Japanese restaurant. Relaxed with impeccable, pleasant, and informative service. A little more casual at the sushi bar and in the sushi bar room. Excellent selection of sake. An all-round classic that has stood the test of time.
Incredible food and great service! Everything we ordered was delicious. Can’t wait to go back!!!
Great food, nice and inviting service
Quiet music. Amazing place for a date
Amazing as always
Delicious and reasonably priced omakase! Had an enjoyable time sitting at the bar with the sushi chefs.
Great service, quiet, and great place for date night. Food, however, was quite mediocre. Sushi was very overpriced, unimpressive, and not authentic. Over $120 for 4 nigiris, 2 rolls, and eggplant tapa.
The best restaurant in NYC!!! The best service and ambiance. I would totally come back again. The service is fast and great. Every dish is outstanding. 5 stars!
Ate here while in NYC on business and it was so good we made coming back a priority while here on vacation. The Big Eye Tuna tarts and the Sea Bass are some of the best things I’ve eaten in Nee York and I’ve eaten here a good deal. Thanks to the staff for making my return visit with my wife equally memorable.
They need to have less attitude at check in & 1000% they need renovate the space, it’s very dated
One of our favorite restaurants in the City. We are repeat clients and love to try the specials. The chef is wonderful and creative. Ingredients are mixed to perfection. They are Michelin level without the star.
We had a great meal from cocktails through sushi and cooked food and sake! Boisterous loud fun place with great food and service.
Bond St had delicious cocktails, and very good service. Now on the topic of sushi, I am a bit of a snob. Don't get me wrong, I had some great tasting toro and rolls...but for the price it was a little expensive. Bond St had a good selection of fish that was all fresh. They decorated some dishes with gold flakes and presented it clean, a little flashy but still simple. I will absolutely go back, but most likely for drinks with a side of sushi.
Simply put, if you are looking to have real sushi/sashimi meal, this is not the restaurant to go to.
Very nice setting, and for breakfast d are great!
The food was lovely, the grill avocado was simple but very enjoyable, the sauce and the pumpkin seeds made the dish.
Quality of nigiri and sashimi was very good.
Service was a little slow, since the restaurant was full. But the staff made the effort to check with our table often.
Food was delicious, some of the best sushi I’ve ever had. Expensive, but I’d say it’s worth the price.
Fortunate to eat early that day (Sunday) because Bond St got busy as we were dining. There was lots of staff taking care of us. Our waitress was patient as we took our time to order. Was impressed with wine, beer, liquor menu. The staff brought us the appetizers and entrees in a timely manner and changed our plates and utensils accordingly.
Big Eye Tuna and Red Snapper Taco were excellent. Pork Belly was very tasty and the Chilean Sea Bass was very well done. Surprised our Soft Shell Crab roll came out last but the roll was excellent. We also shared a Green Tea Crepe which we enjoyed with hot green tea.
Very enjoyable dinner
My husband and I had dinner here for the first time last night and had a positive experience overall. We both had the omakase, and the seven courses were artistically presented and delicious for the most part. It wasn't the best omakase we have had, but it was solid. The place is definitely a scene, and not really one that we enjoy being a part of. It seems to cater toward packs of young, 20-something-year-old females who are trying to live out their Sex and the City fantasies on their parents' dime. Reminiscent of Sushi Samba ten years ago. I wouldn't necessarily call it a romantic date spot, although the ambiance is dim and nicely decorated.
The only major damper on our experience was that they were out of the bottle of sake we had wanted, and the server ended up suggesting an alternative bottle that was double the price. We didn't realize this until the bill came, and we fully acknowledge that we should have paid closer attention to the listed price. When we brought it up to her, she got somewhat defensive and said "I didn't know you wanted it to be at the same price point." Fair enough, but a more seasoned server may have noted that the bottle was $150 versus the $75 bottle we originally ordered. She was a good server overall, but it was kind of a disappointing end to an otherwise enjoyable evening.
We probably will not return to BONDST given how many high-end Japanese restaurants there are in NYC that we haven't tried yet, but we wouldn't dissuade people from going here either.
Amazing birthday dinner. Each dish was a work of art and the flavors were unbelievable. Our highlights were the Pork belly, the Yellow tail sashimi, the Braised Duck soba noodle soup, and the scallop special. Do not leave without ordering the Ricotta Cup for dessert, it is life-changing.
In my opinion always the best Japanese restaurant in town.
I suggest the Tuna Tarts and the Seabass... fantastic
Great food, amazing service. Would definitely go back!!
The service was genuinely exceptional because it included everyone we came in contact with, not just one or two notable staff members. We had a third person join us unexpectedly, even though our reservation was for two. BONDST accommodated us immediately, with no attitude.
The food was incredible -- creative, fresh, beautifully presented, and delicious.
I'd been to the bar downstairs in the past, but I had no idea such an elegant, well-run restaurant existed upstairs, with an innovative and well-executed menu.
I come here often and it's always a hit. All friends and family who I've brought here love it too!
BondSt was a great experience specially the staff was very accommodating!!
Delicious! Grilled avocado wonderful and salads were delicious! It’s quite a loud atmosphere but festive and comfortable. I highly recommend this place and I will go back!!!!! And back again!!!!
I havent been at Bondst sushi for a quite a long time and it can say that it has changed a lot now it is an avarage sushi place with expensive menu
Great job with kids
Solid place to grub heavy