Bond St

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Cuisine: Japanese, Sushi Price: Expensive

  • Hours: Mon-Sat 6pm-midnight, Sun 6pm-11pm
  • Reservations: Recommended - Make an Online Reservation
  • Payment Options: MasterCard, Visa, American Express
  • Dress: Business Casual
  • Noise: Moderate
  • Seats: Around 50
  • Key People: Executive Chef - Linda Rodriguez, Hiroshi Nakahara
  • Year Opened: 1998

Critic Reviews

The New York Times star star Critic's Pick 06/17/98

The kitchen, as you might expect with a Nobu veteran in charge, also produces interesting Japanese food. - Ruth Reichl

New York Magazine Critic's Pick  

With food this fresh, original, and vibrantly spiced, the kitchen can easily take on most traditional midtown sushi houses. - Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld

The servers are as attractive and attentive as ever, and the tri-level space still glows with urban-Zen chic. Although most patrons order the superfresh but...

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Ashleigh C.
66 Reviews

Food Rating star star star star star
Service Rating star star star star Posted on 02/02/09
Superb! I went for Restaurant week 2009, and though the amount of food for the price was a great value. The sea bass with miso glaze was out of this world: it melted in the mouth! The sushi was also very fresh. The banana dim sum was too gooey and not pleasant.
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charlotte h.
12 Reviews

Food Rating star star star star
Service Rating star star star Posted on 08/21/09
I have found enough incredible "hole in the wall" japanese restaurants, to make me skeptical about paying up for sushi. However, bond st is well worth it. hih quality food with a chic presentation. be conscience of the small portions when ordering. the restaurant has a crisp feeling to it- very grey and white coloring to complement the food! however, last time i was there was with a group of 6 and we could not hear across the table so I do recomend going with just one or two other people