Sushi of Gari 46
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Mon–Fri 12:00 pm–2:00 pm
Mon–Sun 5:00 pm–10:30 pm
What Insiders Are Saying
A Midtown West/Times Square location of this classic New York sushi restaurant. Sushi of Gari is a solid option for the area.
Reliable, consistently terrific food and solid service. We always eat here when in town and are never disappointed.
Simply amazing food! It’s expensive but so worth every dollar. Make it special occasion or your most important client. - I get to go once a year and look forward to that meal more than Thanksgiving dinner! Do the chefs selection - hands down you will not be disappointed.
I am a regular at Sushi of Gari (Upper West Side location). The sushi is outstanding. However, service at the 46 Street location was terrible. Waiter was rude, and they kicked us out of the restaurant so that they could close it.
As always excellent food and exemplary service. We keep coming back !!!
The menu is not clear, they have specials off of the menu which I only found out about mid-meal. Also, the toro was smelly and very expensive for not being very fresh. Lastly, they rush you through your dinner, its hard to enjoy when you don't feel like you're that welcome there.
They rushed out as soon as we go there- and we arrived on time. Said they had to turn the table over. Also the fish did not seem fresh and we thought perhaps it was more-slices, it came really fast
Very nice place, really suggested
Melts in your mouth!
The Omakase Signature Sushi is a must. The variety of flavors presented on the dish are amazing and cover everything from smokey, to salty, to spicy. The service was also top notch.
Great Sushi, aging decor, robotic and hard to communicate staff.
Fantastic! Excellent service, Fish is extremely fresh, melt in your mouth. Amazing experience!
I have always liked Sushi Gari but this time felt different. The place looked tired, the food was just ok.
I can’t say anything bad, but wasn’t the same experience I have had every time I have been there.
I felt for the price I paid, I could have gotten a much better experience somewhere else.
Not much to look at but some of the best sushi that you'll find in the city. Tucked into the lower level of a 19th century brownstone on 46th, this unassuming place will wow your senses with great Japanese cuisine. The thing to head here for though is the sushi and sashimi. It's some of the freshest and best seafood available. The fatty tuna is to die for as well as the salmon. We ordered the special sushi and special sashimi and were wowed by the quality and quantity of fish. Things can get pricey here, especially if you indulge in some of the high end sakis on the drinks menu. There is even a bottle for $5K!!! However, a judicious diner can enjoy a great meal here without breaking the bank. Reservations are a must. They also do the traditional omakase where the meter is running until you cry uncle. The sushi chef will make selections and keep them coming. Dining quarters are tight so you'll be pretty friendly with your neighbors.
One of my favorite sushi restaurants. This place is doing things with tastes that no one else in the world is doing. Fantastic!
This was my 2nd time at Sushi of Gari. We ordered the chefs special selections and were again delighted with the creativity and presentation of our sushi. The fish is fresh fresh with that perfect texture that I rarely find in other restaurants. I wish we had such fine sushi in CT.
We sat down @5:15pm for dinner and were able to arrived early for our 7pm show. The food was good, but was quite expensive. My husband and son each ordered the chef menu which offered 12 small pieces of assorted sushi. The price was $110 each. A couple of pieces were really good, but the majority was just OK.
We had a great quiet date here for my boyfriend's birthday! Service was fast, and we especially enjoyed the sashimi dinner + green tea mille crepe.
The food was really good, fish was phenomenal! Tastes so fresh and perfectly made, my compliments to the chef. The service was good considering the restaurant was small so they could immediately tell when we needed something. My only gripe was our waitress had an extremely strong accent... I’m never one to complain about this seeing as my family were all immigrants and I understand how hard it can be to learn English. But it was extremely hard to understand our waitress, I felt bad because I know she was trying as best as she could, but I couldn’t make out 98 percent of what she said.
Food was amazing! Try the tuna tasting sushi plate, was as good as in Tokyo!!! Will definitely go back really soon.
The Omakase was outstanding. The waiter really described what would be served very well. The fish was top notch and the spices on top were perfect. Highly recommend
Excellent flavours, super fresh sushi with very thoughtful servers! Seats are comfortable, very cozy and authentic setting!
Absolute value for money!
Met Gari Himself and wonderful sushi!
Great tuna! Fresh, fresh, fresh! Really enjoyed the food.
So many more sushi joints where you can spend your money besides this establishment.
Excellent quality of Sushi. The omikase is pricy but delicious and creative
All was good. A bit pricey for a weeknight dinner. Over 200.
Had special sashimi platter. Oyster not so great. Other slices outstanding.
Very good quality sushi options near the theatre district.
A fabulous choice for an evening of authentic and unique sushi offerings, fabulous personnel and service, fabulous sake and Japanese beer, and a fabulous general sense of deep comfort and contentment.
Food was great. We are repeat Gari customers and recommend it. We did Omakase at the counter, and I am gluten free so I am a bit difficult. Chef was accommodating but when options ran out he started to ask me what to repeat/what I wanted next. I suggested something (can you do something with uni and scallop?) chef just said no. I do Omakase because I don’t want to think about it. If you start asking me what to make (which annoys me a bit in first place,) why not try?
Very little food and what we got was not overly impressive. Server was nice but I couldn't hear her at all (had to keep asking her to repeat herself). If I had paid $ i would have been ok with it but $$ I felt severely short changed. I would not recommend this to anyone.
Simply the best.
I guess I need to put fifty characters to be able to submit my rating. No problem. Well done.
Amazing sushi! Everything tasted great
I used to love this place, but the quality of the sushi was less this time than I remember.
Bad service, the waitress almost didn’t speak English,
The sushi was not outstanding, we asked for a spicy tuna-scallion roll, it was mini and without the scallion.
The place seamed a little dirty.
Omakase seemed overpriced for the quality of the nigiri served. Overuse of sauces to cover up mediocre to low quality fish. Sleepy service by the chef.
We arrived late for our reservation, (still 1 hour before the kitchen closed) and felt rushed by the staff. They were pushy and not very nice. Spent over $300, the food was good, but all we remember is the unpleasant staff
This place is just okay. For the price you pay for omakase, there are a lot better spots to spend your money.
Loved everything we ate. The service was fantastic and we savored every bite. Can’t wait to return and try their other locations. Our 6pm reservation gave us plenty of time to eat, have dessert and get to our 8pm show.