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Sushi Azabu is located beneath the fusion restaurant Greenwich Grill, so expect the hostess to guide the stars to the subterranean dining room. The space is snug and has a distinctly Japanese feel, fashioned with handmade chopsticks, bamboo ceilings, and an oversized print of a giant fish looming large over the sushi bar. A few banquettes are available, while most solo guests prefer the counter. The clientele is a mix of Japanese salarymen, TriBeCa locals, and foodies with iPhones. Service is either excellent or a confused circus of good intentions. The menu offers a number of options, from sushi platters to omakase. However, faithful renditions of traditional sushi are a highlight here. Sashimi may be presented on a black stone tray, laden with an array of horse mackerel, yellowtail, and pink, creamy tuna with accouterments. Sushi courses may bring Spanish mackerel topped with vinegary gelée, or an absolutely perfect morsel of Japanese uni. Cooked dishes might include tender Wagyu beef
50 - 75 USD