Great sushi as always
Delicious, moderately priced, authentic Japanese food
Amazing sushi! Loved there was no soy sauce as the cuisine needed nothing extra!
Food was delicious. Small restaurant. Waiter overcharged me but corrected it right away.
Second time coming to Sushi of Gari but this was at a different location on Columbus ave. Really enjoyed this, as this place was a lot bigger than the Tribeca location. Food tasted amazing as before, desert was delicious, and just a very good vibe. If you want great tasting sushi, come here!
Tasty but sneaky expensive, especially for the Omakase.
Superb sashimi & sushi. Friendly great service. One of the few restaurants in the neighborhood which is crowded with delighted diners every night of the week.
Great sushi but just a little deception that they only offer crab stick and no real crab in the menu
They took off the banana bread pudding. We want them to bring it back.
By far the best sushi and sashimi on the Upper West Side, creative, delicious, and fresh. Unfortunately, the price is also sky high. The interior is serviceable and the service pleasant, but not quite what you would expect for the four star bill.
As we were leaving Gari after an amazing meal, some passersby asked whether it was good. We said yes, absolutely; but when we heard that they were poor students we steered them toward a more economical destination.
Amazing sushi. But waited over 30 minutes for my reservation.. which was kind of annoying. But the Tuna Yukhoe and Yellowtail Jalapeño sushi is the best hands down.
Just wonderful sushi. I really like that Chef Gari enhances the flavor of the sushi without soy sauce. I did enjoy the sushi more than the sashimi I must say. It’s not that it’s not the freshest but the added flavors seem to come through more with the sushi. We’ve been to Gari at 46 many times but I enjoy the more airy setting of this location. Gary’s special sakes are always a nice complement to the food. I particularly like the variety of omikase items. It’s very pricey but worth the splurge.
Extraordinario, excelente, mejor imposible
Fabulous as always
The omakase sushi is creative and very yummy. Only annoyance is it comes too quickly as they are trying to turn their tables.
Dirty plates, poor food quality
Great sushi in NYC as Gari makes both innovative fare and classic dishes.
Amazing food quality and service. It’s a must every time we are in town. Highly recommended...
The best sushi I ever!
Fantastic high end sushi. Some of the best I've ever had.
it was awful. I found a hair from the sushi. I will never visit agin
The sushi was not good, the sauces on every piece was very overwhelming. Somehow we were not offered the menu - our service simply asked if we wanted to do the omakase, which does not include any appetizers before the sushi pieces. After we received our first few pieces, we realized that there were no appraisers and awkwardly asked for the menu and ordered.
Awesome. It always is
Service was too rushed and hurried
We had the omakase and it seemed a completely average dining experience, too expensive for the taste
Excellent food. My husband ordered the Gari Special and liked it more than Nakazawa. I had the sashimi dinner, which was very fine. Looking forward to visiting again.
Exquisite Omakase experience. The food was delicious but I’d say served too quickly and the wait staff was a little pushy but we did love it.
Superb, creative sushi. The “tuna of Gari” was out of this world terrific. Attentive, cheerful service.
Excellent as always. Delicious choices, the chef accommodated our special request. Loved it.
The cold draft from the entry door needs to be remedied. And, of course, it's very expensive -- but worth it. Nothing like it in New York!
Every piece was super fresh and very creative. The flavors were amazing !! Very good service and super fast
It was for casual lunch with my wife. Everything was really authentic and the fish was really fresh and tasty. Gari, green tea, vinegar, rice, presentation of all the meals, etc...every single detail was truly authentic. If you’d like to try very genuine Japanese Sushi at a relatively reasonable price, this is definitely a go-to place.
I understand the economics of running a good restaurant in NYC these days. It's really hard to make it work. Sushi of Gari on Columbus Avenue is a neighborhood gem, no question. I was there at 6:45pm on Saturday evening the noise level was actually painful. It was clear that there were too many people; we were sitting at a table for two with about 3 inches between each table. It cleared out eventually but it really spoiled the experience since we were not able to fully enjoy the amazing food.
Amazing! Best sushi in Manhattan.
Authentic Japanese restaurant. Omakase is incredible and worth it.
Gari never disappoints, always the freshest fish and ingredients. Let the staff guide you for sake and sushi selections. It's easy to spend a fortune here, but not necessary their sashimi and sushi deluxe offer good value and variety.
Sushi was fresh but nothing excited me about the menu.
Tasty as always and expensive as always. This time they decided to course our main sushi a la carte order instead of bring it out all at once. It was odd since they didn't mention it to us and have never done it before.
Gari is one of my fav’s. I didn’t like the table by the window for a date given there is so much light. I would have preferred a banquette since I have said it was a date! Food last night was t as good as it usually is
I will still keep going back regardless