sushi by bou new york
The Facts
NAME: Sushi by Boū
IT'S: A 30-minute, $50-omakase restaurant

15-11-2017

OPENED: November 15th, 2017
WHO'S BEHIND IT: Chef-owner David Bouhadana with restaurateurs Michael Sinensky and Erika London
DID YOU KNOW: The 225 square foot space seats only 10 guests at a time, creating a speakeasy and intimate ambiance.
LOCATION: Chelsea
ADDRESS: 49 W. 20th Street
OPENING TIMES: Check the website for details
WEBSITE: Visit Site
CONTACT: 917-870-1587
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram

Sushi by Boū

OPENED1166 DAYS AGO

After giving New York a taste of an affordable omakase inside Gansevoort Market and The Sanctuary Hotel, chef-owner David Bouhadana and restaurateurs Michael Sinensky and Erika London have finally got their hands on a permanent location. Not too far away from their previous pop-up in Gansevoort Market, Sushi by Boū can now be found inside Jue Lan Club in Chelsea, alongside Chef Oona Tempest’s more expensive Sushi by Bae.

The Spot:

A sushi restaurant run by a young Jewish guy from Florida may not sound like a recipe for success, but David Bouhadana definitely breaks with the stereotype. All it takes is twenty years of training in the Kansai region of Japan, allowing the chef to acquire his professional sushi-skills and make a name for himself at several sushi spots in New York, including Sushi Dojo and Sushi on Jones. Named top chef in the country under 30 by Zagat and recently winning a New York Emmy Award are not the only factors attracting a crowd to Sushi by Boū. Let’s talk about the affordable omakase (Japanese for ‘chef’s choice’)

The Food:

In a world where omakase is highly expensive and reserved for more upscale clientele, chef David Bouhadana breaks down the stereotype yet again, offering a 30-minute omakase for an affordable price. The fast-casual concept features 12 signature sushi pieces, from fatty toro to melt-in-your-mouth Wagyu and scallops. In addition to this, they have also added an entirely different experience (with a more traditional price tag) by chef Oona Tempest, who will be offering a 90-minute omakase experience called Sushi by Bae, at the same space.

The Drinks:

The sushi experience will be paired with crafted cocktails and sake offerings.

The Damage:

For once, experiencing an omakase won’t do much damage (relative to other omakase pricings, of course). For only $50, Sushi by Boū offers 12 sushi pieces, while Sushi by Bae’s more extensive 90-minute omakase costs $100.

In a nutshell:

Sushi by Boū’s story and pricing are both a breath of fresh air, giving more people the opportunity to experience fine omakase sushi, all brought to you by a chef that isn’t Japanese but has the sushi-skills of someone who is.

The Facts
NAME: Sushi by Boū
IT'S: A 30-minute, $50-omakase restaurant

15-11-2017

OPENED: November 15th, 2017
WHO'S BEHIND IT: Chef-owner David Bouhadana with restaurateurs Michael Sinensky and Erika London
DID YOU KNOW: The 225 square foot space seats only 10 guests at a time, creating a speakeasy and intimate ambiance.
LOCATION: Chelsea
ADDRESS: 49 W. 20th Street
OPENING TIMES: Check the website for details
WEBSITE: Visit Site
CONTACT: 917-870-1587
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram

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