Sushi Seki Times Square
The main floor, with large bar, perfect for pre and post theater dining, provides a casual and contemporary experience, featuring a 7 seat Mini Omakase counter, a 76-seat dining room, a sushi bar, Chefs Omakase and three private dining Tatami rooms. The bar offers a full selection of premium wines, an impressive array of complete the experience.
Downstairs is also home to The Kappo Room a seasonal restaurant offering a 5 seat Chef’s counter, open kitchen, and a communal table.
Upstairs features an artisanal whisky and sake bar followed by three Tatami rooms for private dining, while an exclusive 13-seat sushi bar offers lively, theatrical entertainment for the entire 72-seat dining room.
5 PM to 11 PM
5:00 pm to 12:00 am
Food is amazing but this is a Michelin starred restaurant?! The service sucked. My table wasn’t cleared until way after I waited, waited then eventually requested my check. My water & tea we’re not filled until I requested. When you come in, you’re bombarded with questions way before you settled in. But after you order, no one cares. Other locations might be better than the Times Square restaurant. For these prices, much more is needed than just good fish.
The food was absolutely stupendous. However, we were not informed that the Omikase sashimi (12 pieces each for 2 people) would run nearly $200, when the sashimi dinner would have been $40 per person. While we thoroughly enjoyed the food, we did experience sticker shock at the cost. Other people might want to know as well.
Everything is awesome!
Exceptional and creative sushi accompanied by superb sake and service !
Mediocre sushi that was fresh but not on par with its competition
This is a fancy sushi place in Times Square, and the sushi is pretty good, but not worth the high price. I got a house sake, which lacked smoothness or interesting taste features. I also got an eggplant appetizer, which was delicious, but only because the eggplant was SOAKED in miso -- no subtlety. At a place this upscale, I expect everything to be top-notch.
Wonderful pre theater dinner. Bento box and omikaze. Quiet tables and excellent fish.
The food was EXCELLENT! The only downside is the service was terrible.
We eat here often and find the quality of food and the service to be outstanding. Not cheap but well worth the money
It was just so so. Not great. Not terrible. But I wouldn’t go back unfortunately
This is our 2nd time visiting this restaurant. We love the following rolls: shrimp tempura, spicy scallops, fried oysters and California rolls. Of course we had some gyoza too. Only complain is as many NYC restaurants table are too closed to eac others making it your dinner no so romantic nor private
Food was good but portions were tiny for the price. I know overpriced food is the norm for NYC but this was a bit more than the norm.
Spicy scallop handroll
Love this restaurant! We take train in from NW Connecticut to dine here! Amazing sushi & service. The real deal.
Sushi was very good. Tempura fish was very good. Dessert was excellent. Mixed reviews for the cooked food.
Sushi Seki has been our favorite restaurant for many years and we have been loyal patrons! They closed the upstairs of this restaurant and now that it is downstairs they have not gotten it together- the service was so awful - they made us wait 1 hour and 10 minutes before bringing a morsel of food. When the food arrived it was sporadic and nobody received their food together. The sushi was great as always! We called over the manager who we know from frequent visits - he did not apologize or try to help in any way. He basically ran the other way instead of admit they fell short in service and would try to make us more comfortable next time. Unfortunately for them there are many great sushi restaurants in nyc - we will not be returning.
We ordered uni sushi and both of them had ammonia smell in them. Ikura sushi were not fresh either. The servant screwed up the credit card transactions. The experience is disappointing.
We only went here bc we were going to a show.
We are regulrs at the original location.
I get the omakase every time
This is nothing likw to original location
I wont go back here again.
Chef seki needs to inspect this place and get involved otherwose it will destroy his reputation.
This place lives up to the good reviews. Select fish, great appetizers and good sake.
Great fresh fish and creative menu. The presentation was lovely and our server was terrific. Fun place for a girls night out!
Amazing place, love it! Being there many many times. It was better the upstairs sitting.
Best miso cod i have ever had, and i am comparing it to zuma dubai, zuma hong kong, nobu london.
Ordered Omakase, charged $100 for 12 pieces of sushi. Past omakase for similar cost at other NYC restaurants yielded a big beautiful plate of sushi. Terrible value, sushi was fine, not the best, but good enough.
I had a dinner with my parents for celebrating my dad's birthday. Omakase was extraordinary.
We have enjoyed a lot Omakase a lot.
I definitely won't be coming back here. Below average food, poor service, extremely expensive. Not worth it!
$500 for a meal I can get a corner sushi spot. The sushi did not wow, the speciality rolls/apps, were average at best.
Delicious food love this setting
Truly - I love Seki. But they had no white wines. They couldn’t tell us what fish was in the special. We left after appetizers. Terrible experience.
Worst service I can ever remember having. Overall an awful experience.
Sushi was fresh, tempura and edamame were cooked to perfection. Service was impeccable and they truly made the night special with a surprise birthday dessert. I will definitely be back again.
Omakase was literally to "die" for. I am a sushi connoisseur and this was just an amazing experience, the chef's creation and quality of fish was 10/10.
We had a last minute dinner and sat in the tatami room it was awesome. Thank you!!!
The food was delicious and the ambiance was pleasant. Very minimal and traditional surrounding amplified the experience. Service was exceptional.
Consistently the best sushi
Very good sushi. Excellent Japanese whiskey selection.
The sushi rolls I had were plain and average, especially for the price. My daughter got the theater menu and enjoyed her food. For the price the food was not that exciting. The sugar on the green tea creme brulee was burnt and bitter. I had to scrape it off. The creme brulee itself was mediocre, at best. Not the sushi experience I was hoping for, especially for the price.
That said, the service was excellent. The restaurant was clean, comfortable and quite with a nice atmosphere.
Very high quality tasty sushi.
They forgot the ordered green tea.