Kumo Sushi

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74 Totally Fine

All-you-can-eat sushi meets all-you-can-mix-and-match deals.

214 First Ave., New York, NY, 10009



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The lowdown

The sheer assortment of offerings at a sushi restaurant — sashimi, nigiri, maki, etc. — can cause decision paralysis or an uneasy sense of roulette. Thankfully, Kumo’s menu does a great job of packaging specials and deals, like the dinner box — miso soup, a salad (house, avocado, or seaweed), and a selection of two meaty items (including pork gyoza and yakitori). Yes, it’s the kind of sushi place that has rolls that aren’t exactly Jiro-approved, but its all-you-can-eat deal is solid. Just keep in mind that the à la carte rolls aren’t included in the special.

What you need to know

Recommended DishesDinner box (available all day); AYCE.

DrinksSake/Soju, Beer and Wine

Noise LevelHushed