Sushi Ginza Onodera - NYC
We offer three courses for lunch and two courses for dinner.
With each course, dishes are uniquely tailored to the diner so that no meal is ever the same. Sushi Ginza Onodera prides itself on using only the highest quality ingredients to ensure the best and most delicious is served.
Our interview with Eater Video: http://www.eater.com/2016/7/7/12109140/expensive-omakase-sushi-ginza-onodera-nyc
Our diner-centric service and intimate settings make it an ideal choice for a romantic evening or special occasions.
We are open for lunch and dinner Monday through Friday, and only for dinner on Saturday.
We offer Omakase "Chef's choice" courses only, a la carte menus are not offered.
For same day reservations, please call us directly.
Wonderful place to go
2 Star sushi restaurant that is personalize just for you
Wonderful, fresh, distinctive and creative sushi! Can't wait to go back!
Regular sushi. Over-priced. Won’t come again. I’m disappointed.
Super place, nice and very kind service, food at the highest level!
Vil visit when I am in NY next time!
Sure, great purist sushi. But for the price I would have expected an intimate and special environment. Yes, having a waitress show you which fish you are eating on an iPad is neat, but also a bit fast-foody to have the device shoved at you. Overall, good food but a rushed and utilitarian feel. Just not worth it unless you want to check it off your list of Michelin restaurants - this one definitely doesn’t deserve its two stars.
Sushi Ginza Onodera is an other wordly experience not sure your casual spicy tuna roll loving friend. Each fish was something special and unique that we have not experienced elsewhere. We celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary here and were blown away by the attentive service and food. Every 4 people (2 parties of 2) had their own waitress and sushi chef. Would highly recommend for a special occasion.
Staff always ask rude questions and annoying service. One day before the reservation, the staff called to confirm "do I know the price?", rather than food allergy. When my wife ordered hot green tea, the staff asked "The green tea is $5, is it ok?". The chef is nice, and the sushi quality is good. Yet, this restaurant is not my top choice due to the staff.
Delicious as always.
Awesome! Really polite servers
Very good sushi spot. But very overpriced. Been lucky enough to travel the US and the globe and have had some amazing world class sushi. This was NOT that. Like I said very good. But the food and experience did not come close to matching the price.
One of the best sushi omakase in New York City ! Excellent fish coupled with a wonderfully prepared rice. Probably the closest sushi-experience you will get without jumping on a plane to Japan.
We chose this exquisite and intimate dining experience to celebrate our anniversary. We were so grateful for the first class service that complimented the quality of every single bite of food. For us, the price point was a complete splurge and worth every penny.
It was definitely an experience for the senses. Everything and Everyone was extraordinarily superb.
Far cry from the tokyo original.
The food and service was amazing! I have not had an experience like that before. I now have a whole new perspective on the art of sushi.
The service is fantastic
Best Sushi outside of Japan. Koh is just a perfect Sushi Master and the quality of the fish is outstanding. It is so much better than Masa
It was a wonderful experience. The food was phenomenal! Service was also extremely wonderful. Will go back if the chance come up.
Can’t complain and the service and the ambiance of the restaurant.
fish are extremely fresh, however the rice are way to lose, the snow crab fall apart when I picked it. The “fresh wasabi” aren’t so fresh, it was pre-grind.
I don’t understand how sushi Onodera got its 2 Michelin stars, it’s just rookie mistakes.
excellent. I enjoyed the sushi and it was treat to watch his preparation . My neighbor in the set to my right was a fun woman of Japanese decent who takes train from Wall Street - often. Fish is very fresh. Rice could have warmer.
Amazing! Must go to spot for sushi fans
$100 was pretty good value. Tip is included in price.
The best. Love it here every visit.
Absolutely loved this place. Quite expensive, but worth it. Spectacular food, really great service, charming atmosphere, highly recommend.
Food is decent but pricy. Would recommend to a friend but with one suggestion -- eat a burger before you go so you don't feel hungry during the waiting time and then you can enjoy the sushi rather than eating it like a 10$ sushi.
Best Omakase experience, fresh and always changing ingredients perfectly prepared. A real foodie place. I’ll be back as often as I can.
Not special for the price. Average to slightly above sushi
The best of the best!!!!
food tasted great and service was amazing
would definitely go back when I visit nyc!
Absolutely the best sushi I have eaten.
Rice was terrible, fell apart even when eaten quickly.
Hostess was extremely rude when I asked them to accommodate a third guest. Acted as if I were being unreasonable. It’s unlikely I’ll ever eat here again.
The overall experience was fantastic. The lunch menu features delicious food with remarkable service. Was greatly impressed by the service and how our chef delivered our food.
Best japanise food and most friendly chefs in NYC!
Amazing omakase experience - excellent appetizer, fresh seafood, and good variety of sashimi pieces. Service was superb and ambiance was authentic.
The best Japanese restaurant in NYC hands down. Better than Sushi Yasuda and Masa. The only downsides are that you will spend over $1k for dinner for two with Sake and half that for lunch, and if you go back, there is not much variety - it will be the same as you had before. I didn’t mind since I loved it but I can see it get a bit boring after a few visits.
I have eaten at 5-7 Michelin* sushi restaurants this year in NYC, Singapore, London, and Kuala Lumpur. Each has its best attributes and some that are middle of the road.
Sushi Ginza Onodera is at or near the top of the list in terms of fish portions (large, super fresh slices on nigiri), fish freshness, and overall flavor. The uni was perfect, the toro was silky, the barracuda and hamachi were memorable. The chef was engaging and friendly, ultimately offering some items not included in the omakase itself.
I’ll definitely go again, and lunch omakase is a better deal.
We enjoyed our extraordinary dinner experience totally. I highly recommend this establishment to anyone you enjoys fine dining.
Overpriced, terrible wine list. Food great - but you can pay much less for same quality. Kinda bad service. Won’t go back