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If what you’re looking for is a platter of sushi and sashimi classics served by rockin’ J-kids in a disco-ball environment, then this is the place. For over 25 years, East Village newcomers and NYU students have flocked here for their first tastes of raw fish in a relatively hip, relaxed setting. The chirashi is well stocked with tuna, salmon, and fake crabmeat, and the nabeyaki udon, a cauldron of thick noodles with mushrooms, tofu, and tempura shrimp, is pure comfort. But if you’d rather have high-grade toro and clean bathrooms, you might want to look elsewhere.Entertainment
Avenue A hosts a DJ Fri.—Sat., 8 p.m.—12:30 a.m.Recommended Dishes