We will be teaching Sushi Making Classes at our restaurant every Monday starting January 30th from 6:30pm to 8pm.
Each class is limited to 20 people and costs $100 per person.
You will be learning techniques of making sushi rice, sushi and rolls. Read More »
Dear customers! We’re very excited to start 2017 with an introduction of our new menu.
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The health benefits of Sushi are plentiful. In this article we shall list some of those health benefits for you, and also things to avoid.
Whatever Japanese taste your craving, the tri restaurant chain brought to you by the owners of Sushi Dojo have got you covered from the east-side to the west-side of New York City. When you think of Japanese cuisine you probably think sushi. But that is only a part of this great traditional cuisine.
After a month of being closed amidst rumors and gossip, Sushi Dojo in the East Village NYC has fired Chef David Bouhadana and re-opened, and sets the record straight.
Sushi Dojo NYC Ranks # 3 by Eater in a recent article they posted entitled “New York City’s 12 Hottest Sushi Restaurants.”
Sushi Dojo NYC – One Piece of Beauty at a Time, is the title of the review by Food Festivities, where they say “expect some of the finest sushi in the city to bless your taste-buds, one melt-in-your-mouth piece after another.”
Adventures in Sushi land took Splice of Sparkle to Sushi Dojo NYC where she was expecting to find the typical menu fare (a la California rolls), but to her (pleasant) surprise, the restaurant didn’t serve any of that. Instead, they offered up traditional, unexpected entrees.
Look, I’ll be honest, when I learned that the chef was a gringo, I had my doubts. I mean, what the heck could he possibly know about Japanese technique, in terms of, well, anything? But, a Talented NYC Sushi Chef Emerges.
Sushi Dojo has found its Mojo says the Sisterhood. They note that they love to find new and interesting places, and that Sushi Dojo NYC is something different.