For the contentment of our guest, kids of age 12 and below are not allowed in the sushi bar.
Sunday 5:00 to 9:30
Best sashimi and sushi my wife and I have ever tasted. Excellent in every detail. Highly recommended.
Always love Sushi Daizen. The minimalist chic decor and the sushi that looks simple but is so full of flavor. Super fresh ingredients - everytime I go, I've tried a fish I haven't tried before. This recent visit I tried barracuda! Well-priced omakase. Highly recommend. It's one of my neighborhood favorites. Always sit at the sushi bar!
Perfect meal, love this place!
Best Omkase I have ever had living in NYC for over 15 years. Chef Etsuzo and his staff are simply amazing. This place is a MUST!
i thought the food was delicious but definitely left a little hungry. Being that it was omakase it was expensive and they could have given a few extra pieces of sushi and one more handroll.
You simply won't find an omakase with better chefs and fish at a better price. And the sake list is exceptional as well. Total professionals doing it right.
No frills omakase menu.
One of the best Sushi ever. Good portion. Humble but they know what real Sushi means.
Amazing Omakase. Super fresh, good variety. The quantity is just perfect to be satisfied without being full.
Incredible quality and presentation!
Phenomenal omakase experience. Personal attention by dedicated and expertly trained sushi master. Exquisitely delicious fresh fish at very reasonable prices.
An overdue visit to the best sushi restaurant in our local neighborhood, LIC, was rewarded with top quality sushi & sashimi, sake & service. Well worth it for a special occasion- such as eating out with my wonderful wife.
Everything is perfect here from their omakase, service, ambiance and even their affordable price! Strongly recommend. My husband and I will find another reason to go back!
Great food and super service.
Like sitting in a small neighborhood restaurant in Japan. Quiet, beautiful, superb service. Sit at the counter. Sushi quality is 5 stars.
Michelin star worthy. Best , freshest sushi in NYC.
I went there to celebrate my boyfriends birthday and both of us had to hold back the tears after each bite. It was that good.
The food was good , a bit pricey and the service was a little slow. The beer and Saki selection was interesting, but not to my liking, they do not have Nigori Saki.
Truly an amazing omakase experience with delicious sushi but can get a bit pricy as you continue to order with reckless abandon. The barracuda is truly top notch
We live in the area and love to go often. So glad there is a nice sushi joint in lic
Best sushi in LIC! Highly recommend omakase. Excellent service too!
It's always disappointing not to sit at the sushi counter when you are out for an omakase meal -- but in this case I had made a reservation hours before so I'm to blame (they tried!).
A very good omakase meal including the opening appetizers -- their sake list is a bit exploitative with the lowest priced bottle coming in at $100. It was good but a choice of $100 or $140 is not enough. The sake by the glass was ok. Beverage program needs some serious rethinking which is too bad as they are on mark with the fish & rice!
This is my first review but probably about my 7th or 8th time at Sushi Daizen. It's truly a "neighborhood gem". It's located in this little sliver of a space that you could easily miss - so when you walk through the door, it gives almost the vibe of a speakeasy because it's so under the radar. Despite how delicious it is - and despite the fact that every time I've gone, the sushi bar has been full - it's been very easy to make sushi bar reservations. The fish is super fresh, flavorful and no frills. This is not the type of place you come to get a spicy tuna roll or one of those funky tempura rolls. They serve quality fish in the most simple/clean way that allows the focus to remain on the flavors of the fish. Perfect fish to rice ratio. Minimalist chic ambiance. We visit "just because" when we are craving quality omakase AND we go for special occasions. Very affordable for the high quality sushi they serve. It is one of my top few favorites in NYC along the ranks of Sushi Nakazawa and Sushi Yasuda.
Amazing restaurant , exceptional fresh food, great service.
I live in Long Island City, I am so happy that I found this place.
Omakase was great! Every pieces of sushi was melting in my mouth. I love Japanese cuisine and I tried many good or nice Japanese restaurants all over the world and Sushi Daizen is one of the best! And my favorite!!
The appetizers were amazing! Small portions for the omakase but super fresh. Very attentive service and a very cute set up for a LIC restaurant.
While Sushi Daizen was very good, I can't go as far as saying it was extraordinary or even particularly outstanding. We have eaten at some of the top omakase sushi places in the city and so have a basis for comparison. The $90 omakase at Daizen got us 5 pieces of sashimi and 7 pieces of sushi, most of which were fish commonly available in regular sushi restaurants. Only one, the marinaded tuna, was prepared in an "advanced" way; the rest were just normal preparations. Admittedly we were told that several of the fish were flown in from Hokkaido. A shame, then, that their preparations were not particularly unusual.
The restaurant has no cooked food items and we had one diner who generally prefers the cooked items, so we were stunned not to have any choice for him. Fortunately, though, he did like the sushi he ended up having.
Sadly, the restaurant was almost empty except for us and one other table.
Most delicious sushi in New York area! Would highly recommend for sushi lovers.
One of the best sushi spots in NYC. Amazingly, they serve me a fish I've never tried almost every time I visit and I've been eating sushi in the US and Japan for decades. Would highly recommend the Sushi Omakase. Chef and staff are great!
We went to Daizen and selected the OMAKASE seating as we enjoy sushi and special selections made by the sushi chef! We were very please and satisfied with the serving, ambience and selections of seafood and sake of Daizen. Well done and keep up the good work! Looking forward to another dinner seating and the sushi bar soon!
Excellent Omakase in LIC, and quite frankly the best Omakase I've had in all of Brooklyn and Queens, plus at $75 the value is incredible. It's nice to have something so close to Williamsburg that offers legitimately delicious sushi. The rice temperature was fantastic, the fish portions were spot on, and the sake and beer list are well curated. The only downside here is that there is not a large selection of fish a la Yasuda, 15 East, Ushiwakamaru, etc. However, what they do have is fantastic, and they do a really good job with all the silver fishes (mackerels, sardines, etc). Go now while it's still under the radar, well priced, and easy to get into.
Very authentic sushi/Japanese. Quiet, peaceful ambiance. Very limited menu. Choice of omakase or sushi/sashimi a la carte. Don't expect to leave full for less than $100/person.
Very intimate and a great place to talk.
Pristine sushi expertly prepared - very sedate, formal presentation bordered on lifeless and lacking innovation creativity - smooth and gracious service - expensive but reflected in the food and presentation quality levels.
Best Sushi option in queens. Amazing quality and great value for the sushi omakase - 10 pieces, tamago, an roll, a small appetizer for 75.
Real omekase sushi by a real sushi chef. Outstanding food in every respect. Every bite is delicious, the pace of service is perfect.
The space is very small. We sat at the sushi bar and was not able to get good pictures of ourselves with our sushi. There's no interaction with the chefs,other than uttering to us what the next piece of sushi was. The sea urchin was not fresh at all. Was fishy and cold since I saw that the chef just took it out of the fridge. But the fatty tuna and the blue fin tuna did not disappoint. Overall, the omakase was not bad for the price.
Lovely little gem. Just the kind of sophistication that LIC needs on its food scene
Really good but a little overpriced compared to other omakase in the city
this was some of the best sushi I've had in the USA... period