Sushi Ginza Onodera - NYC
We offer three courses for lunch and two courses for dinner.
With each course, dishes are uniquely tailored to the diner so that no meal is ever the same. Sushi Ginza Onodera prides itself on using only the highest quality ingredients to ensure the best and most delicious is served.
Our interview with Eater Video: http://www.eater.com/2016/7/7/12109140/expensive-omakase-sushi-ginza-onodera-nyc
Our diner-centric service and intimate settings make it an ideal choice for a romantic evening or special occasions.
We are open for lunch and dinner Monday through Friday, and only for dinner on Saturday.
We offer Omakase "Chef's choice" courses only, a la carte menus are not offered.
For same day reservations, please call us directly.
We've been fortunate to have some great sushi all over the world, including Japan, Korea, California, and New England. I can safely say dining at Sushi Ginza Onodera in New York was one of the top three sushi experiences I've ever had in my life thus far. It wasn't just the exquisitely prepared fish, but the entire experience. From the moment walking inside from 5th Avenue, the entire staff made us feel welcome. Quite frankly, we were concerned what their reaction would be as we had our 6-year old daughter with us. Not only were they genuinely warm to all of us, they went out of their way to ensure she was part of the evening's experience. From the service to the presentation of each course to the obvious knowledge and passion of the sushi chefs and their respect for the incredible ingredients; even the various beautiful plates, bowls, and vessels used to present each course; and the courses (food) itself was experiencing sushi - and dining in general - at another level I feel would be hard-pressed to find almost anywhere.
Absolutely incredible sushi experience! The value for lunch is amazing for a 2 Michelin Star restaurant. Very close to an experience at a high end sushiya in Japan. The service was extremely attentive to detail and genuinely friendly. I had the 13pc Omakase for $130. The following came with the meal: Zuke maguro sashimi, ikura, amadai, buri, hotate, shima aji, zuwaigani, zuke akami, shiroebi, iwashi, chu toro, uni, torotaku temaki, tamago, miso shiru, hoji cha and coconut matcha panna cotta. With an ume soda, my total came to $150. It is a non tipping restaurant. Lunch seems like casual dress is tolerated, as some clients were wearing hoodies and tee shirts. There does not seem to be set seating times at lunch, as the chefs began as the clients sat. There is also no time limit for later lunch reservations. My service was about 50 minutes at a non rushed pace. Overall, I was extremely impressed with my experience and plan to visit again in the future. I saved up my money by not eating at mediocre sushi restaurants in my city, and splurging on one high end meal - it was well worth it.
Hattori-san was amazing. We really enjoyed our omakase!
Great ! Super good service
Great experience for lunch omakase. I'd recommend and might also come back!
Omakase was great experience. Fish was top shelf. Service was impeccable.
Loved it! Yes
Best sushi in NYC! Tips are included and price for lunch is reasonable.
Pricey but amazing food and service. took some colleagues who could not believe how good everything was. Definitely an experience if you like sushi
Staff all wonderful. Lunch omakase $150 pp. Sake carafe $100. Beautiful room. We didn’t love all the sushi. Totally subjective view.
For this price point you would imagine they would serve tea?! But no I was charged $25 for the 5 teas that we had. It’s pretty ridiculous. Don’t think I’ll come back.
Had a great experience with Hiro! The food was delicious and he was super friendly and funny! I ate fish I didn't even know existed, and everything was cooked so well! Incredibly attentive staff!
Excellent. Great attention to detail, wonderful service, exceptional food. Looking forward to going again.
Food was good but nothing amazed us. The fish was great quality. Service was perfect. Low rating on the ambience becuase the night we ate there it was freezing in the restaurant. I had to sit on my hands to keep them warm. They had a small space heater there but it barley helped. This was the biggest deal for me. For a $1000 meal...it just didn’t do it for me and we left very disappointed.
Sushi was amazing!
Beyond amazing. Can't recommend enough. Food, service, wine pairing. All were outstanding.
They served cheap and not fresh material.
Good for new rich tourists.
Amazing Food! Definitely affordable for lunch tasting menu. Looking forward to dry the dinner menu. Thank you to our sushi chef , he was very nice, entertaining and very happy.
Good value for lunch. The service was outstanding even it is non-tipping restaurant. All the staff were friendly and they showed us the photos of the fish we ate.
This was my girlfriend and I’s first experience with Omakase, and let me say, we both agreed it was great. What really stood out to us was the service. They took our coats, they made sure our cups were always full, they showed us pictures and information about the fish we were eating, the chef was very nice and approachable, and they even helped put our coats back on before we left.
The dishes were also amazing. It was, no doubt, the best fish and rice I’ve ever had. The flavors were complex and succulent. Everything was of anazing quality.
This was my first time experiencing this, so I may not be the best reference, but I have to say they made a great first impression.
Good for a complete a sushi lunch, dinner is too expensive. Pure traditional Ginza Sushi, do not expect any creativity or surprise. Quite boring for me.
Best dining experience I have ever had in America
It was a fantastic experience.
Especially, Japanese white shrimp sushi tasted incredible.
The price looks expensive, but it's worth it enough.
They were kind.
If I visit New York again, I want to try the dinner course.
The best sushi in New York
Amazing omakase experience from start to finish. Brilliant food, great service and memorable experience being served directly by the chef at the counter table. A highlight of our New York trip -- remarkable and unforgettable.
Brought a friend just back from visiting Tokyo and he said the food was even better here. Sumptuous, delightful, an experience worth having time and time again.
I understand that this restaurant has 2 Michelin stars yet I feel like $800.00 plus price for a dinner for 2 is a little steep. I'm a fan of "authentic" Japanese food and thought that this is what I was going to get. Instead the food feels a little too "precious" and I'm not one to need gold leaf on my food. The service is good. The decor is nice. The entrance off 5th Avenue feels odd. I was hoping for something more intimate.
Unbelievable food & beautiful atmosphere
Sushi Ginza Onodera is worthy of its Michelin rating. Took my wife here for a birthday lunch and had an enjoyable experience. The Michelin rating says enough about the quality and taste of the sushi here so I don't think further explanation is needed. Diners should be happy to know Sushi Ginza Onodera provides an elegant ambiance, friendly and respectful service, and staff knowledgeable in the types of fish (they will even show you the type of fish via tablet). Diners should know this is a non-tipping restaurant and the menu is omakase only. Staff were happy to accommodate reasonable requests if there were any fish we did not desire (it was mackerel for us) and substitute it with another type. It appears that reservations are on a time block system (I know for lunch at least). ie., lunch reservation slots were 12:00 pm and 1:30 pm with nothing in between. So make sure to make reservations in advance in order to ensure you get the slot you want. The wife and I will definitely be back. Thank you Sushi Ginza Onodera for the pleasant experience.
Make sure you don’t attempt to use open table dining points! Despite the fact that open table and the restaurant claims to accept open tables dining points reward, the restaurant does not in fact accept them and does not bother to inform the diner of this prior to being seated (why turn away business right?). That being said, despite this misunderstanding l, the restaurant is completely fine food was excellent but for $140 for lunch it better be! While it is definitely good food, the restaurant had no vibe for lunch and had the feel of a classic midtown restaurant designed for tourists (not exactly a brief trip to Japan as some reviews would suggest). While I love sushi and especially enjoy omakase I would highly recommend passing on Ginza Onadera and would recommend trying Ichimura, Nakazawa and Masa which are all in a league above Onadera and having been to japan this didn’t compare.
The food is exceptional. The chef always tells jokes & the overall experience is very delightful.
We have been here before and while expensive the quality and presentation are extraordinary. With high expectations we were not disappointed. Friendly sushi chef, and amazing food. If you can afford it, I highly recommend. Went to the home location in Tokyo in Sept which was great, but last night's dinner in NYC was better!
Way way overpriced! Seems like a tourist trap. Rice was great though, fish was below average. Chefs were all very nice and engaging.
Sushi done to a "T". A beautiful presentation, and a wonderful meal.
Best omakase in NYC!! Great service by chef. Everyone is nice and friendly. Fresh ingredients from Japan.
Delicious, complex and varied flavors that were incredibly dense and complex. Hospitality was warm and energetic. Great night out.
way over priced and food wasnt the best, our bill came out to $663.14 paid them $663.00 since i didnt have change and they say they dont accept tip, they came back to my table asking me for .14 cent, ridiculous, we speend over $600 for them to come and ask for .14 cent