If you love Sushi and are looking for the best All You Can Eat (AYCE) in NYC, you will not have an easy time. In fact, restaurants with unlimited Sushi buffets in NYC are very few due to the high cost of raw materials and the cost of rent.
So don’t expect to find a great Unlimited Sushi deal near the Empire State Building or in the Times Square area.
It is for this reason in fact that in writing this article of my NYC Blog I have selected for you 5 places away from the most touristy areas of Manhattan. At the same time though, I have chosen them in places that even those who are not too familiar with the city will be able to reach them in case they have an unbridled craving for unlimited sushi in NYC.
Four of the best All You Can Eat (AYCE) Sushi in NYC are on the Upper West Side or Upper East Side. These two neighborhoods are located in Manhattan on either side of Central Park.
The fifth AYCE Sushi in NYC that I have chosen for you is located in Queens instead.
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In this article in my NYC BLOG you will find everything you need to know about the best 5 All You Can Eat (AYCE) Sushi in NYC. Here below the list of restaurants I will cover.
Address: 998 Columbus Ave, New York, NY 10025, United States
If you are looking for one of the best All You Can Eat (AYCE) Sushi on the Upper West Side in NYC you must try Kikoo Sushi. This contemporary Japanese restaurant offers AYCE Sushi rolls and other Asian cuisine specialties. My favorite thing is that you can order with an Ipad.
Kikoo Sushi is located at the intersection of Columbus Avenue and 109th Street. This All You Can Eat Sushi in NYC is therefore located on the border of the Upper West Side and Harlem.
Address: 1557 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10028, United States
Yuka is the optimal sulution if you are looking for one of the best All You Can Eat (AYCE) Sushi on the Upper East Side in NYC. Yuka’s menu is very comprehensive. It offers for example hot appetizers from the kitchen such as Pork Gyoza, Harumaki Spring Rolls and Fried Calamari. Or alternatively California Rolls, Spider Roll or King Crab Avocado Roll.
Yuka is located at the intersection of 81st Street and 2nd Avenue, a stone’s throw from Central Park.
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Address: 165 W 72nd St, New York, NY 10023, United States
Another great option for an All You Can Eat Sushi in NYC is Kumo Sushi. Kumo is located on the Upper West Side. In fact, its location is on 72nd Street between Columbus Avenue and Amsterdam Avenue.
Getting to this All You Can Eat Sushi from Times Square is really easy. Just take the red 1, 2 or 3 subway and get off at the 72nd Street stop. You can find more info on how to get to Central Park by subway in my Blog.
Besides the All You Can Eat with unlimited sushi, what I also like about Kumo Sushi is that they have great Lunch Specials. In fact, for only $11 you can have a traditional Pork Katsu Don, Noodle Soup, Yaki Udon/Soba or much more. Keep this in mind if you have been walking around Central Park in New York all morning and are looking for a place to have lunch without spending a lot.
Address: 1457 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10028, United States
Sushi Para is a great option for good All You Can Eat Sushi in NYC. This restaurant is also located on the north side of Manhattan. More specifically, it is on the Upper East Side. Located on 3rd Avenue between 81st and 82nd Streets, Sushi Para offers great AYCE for both lunch and dinner.
At dinner, if you want, you can also add extras to your All You Can Eat. For example, Salmon or Tuna Sashimi costs $1 per piece. Or you can add a Tuna Tartar for $5.95 or Fried Oyster (3 pieces) for 3 dollars.
Sushi Para is one of the best All You Can Eat in NYC and if you have a craving for Sushi Roll, Special Roll and Sashimi you should definitely try it.
Address: 20-07 127th St 4th floor, Queens, NY 11356, United States
In the list of the best All You Can Eat (AYCE) in NYC, I could not fail to add one of New York’s most famous Unlimited Buffets. I am talking about the restaurant called “The Buffet” in College Point in Queens. This Japanese Restaurant is located outside the tourist areas and getting there by subway takes about an hour.
To do so, take the 7 Line from Times Square to Queens and get off at the Grand Street stop. From there take the Q25 public bus that will take you practically in front of The Buffet.
Here you can eat anything and everything, unlimited. The time though to satiate yourself is limited to one and a half hours.
The cost of this huge unlimited Sushi Buffet in NYC is $29.99 for lunch and $49.99 for dinner.
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