The Very Best Sushi You Can Eat In The U.S.

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Sushi Nakazawa - New York City

Helmed by Chef Daisuke Nakazawa, who trained under Jiro Ono (from "Jiro Dreams of Sushi"), this Michelin-starred restaurant in the West Village is renowned for its omakase experience featuring a variety of fresh and expertly prepared sushi.

Masa - New York City

Masa is one of the most exclusive and expensive sushi restaurants in the U.S. Chef Masa Takayama focuses on the highest quality ingredients, offering a unique and luxurious dining experience.

Urasawa - Beverly Hills

Chef Hiroyuki Urasawa's intimate, high-end sushi restaurant offers a personalized omakase experience with a focus on both traditional and modern Japanese culinary techniques.

Sushi Yasuda - New York City

Known for its commitment to purity and simplicity, Sushi Yasuda offers an authentic sushi experience. The fish is expertly sourced, and the skilled chefs prioritize the essence of each ingredient.

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Sushi Zo - Los Angeles, California:

With locations in Los Angeles and New York City, Sushi Zo is celebrated for its omakase featuring a variety of rare and exotic fish, as well as traditional favorites.

Soto - Austin, Texas:

Soto in Austin offers a contemporary approach to sushi, combining traditional techniques with creative flair. The omakase menu showcases the chef's selection of the day's best offerings.

Morimoto - Philadelphia

Founded by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, this restaurant in Philadelphia offers a unique blend of traditional Japanese flavors with a modern and innovative twist.

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