Sushi Nakazawa in New York City
For more than a decade, Chef Daisuke Nakazawa apprenticed under Jiro Ono of Jiro Dreams of Sushi fame. In the documentary, an earnest Nakazawa confessed to making more than 200 failed tamagoyaki (omelet sushi) over the course of three months before receiving Ono’s stamp of approval. Nakazawa brought the same dedication — and now famous tamagoyaki — to his namesake Sushi Nakazawa in New York. Unlike traditional sushi restaurants, Sushi Nakazawa has a quintessential New York aesthetic with white subway tiles, black leather stools, and white marble bar. But don't let the decor fool you: the 20-course omakase meal represents authentic Edomae-style sushi flawlessly with a variety of seafood — skipjack, sardine, Japanese sea bass, spot prawn, and more — handpicked by local and international fishermen.
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