Kani salad. California rolls. Yellowtail jalapeño. These are all staple dishes in any sushi restaurant you may visit. However, it is always refreshing to see how each venue manages to prepare these and other typical dishes differently. This uniqueness is especially true of Manhattan‘s Upper East Side. Below, we profile the top 10 sushi restaurants in the area.
Located right off of 1st Avenue on 78th Street, Sushi of Gari truly portrays what it means to dine in the Upper East Side. With conservative, classy decor, a large menu and three other locations scattered across the city, it’s easy to understand why this restaurant is so popular today. The menu offers everything from signature rolls to cooked black seaweed.