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The Facts
NAME: Sushi Noz
IT'S: Omakase sushi restaurant on the Upper East Side

30-03-2018

OPENED: March 30th, 2018
WHO'S BEHIND IT: David Foulquier, Josh Foulquier and Chef Nozomu Abe
DID YOU KNOW: The partners have amassed a collection of over a thousand pieces of ancient Japanese ceramics, dating back to the 16th century, and ending with the national treasures of today. The older pieces are on display in the tokonoma, while the contemporary pieces are used throughout the meal.
LOCATION: Upper Manhattan
ADDRESS: 181 E 78th St, NY 10075
CLOSEST SUBWAY: 77 St
OPENING TIMES: Monday-Saturday, seatings at 6pm and 9pm
WEBSITE: Visit Site
CONTACT: Phone: 917-338-1792
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram
RESERVATIONS: Yes

Sushi Noz

OPENED173 DAYS AGO

Sushi Noz brings Edomae-style sushi to the Upper East Side.

Honing centuries-old traditions from Tokyo, Sushi Noz uses aging techniques to prepare the Edomae-style sushi with freshly caught fish.

Sushi Noz Exterior

The Spot:

After taking countless trips to Japan and exploring the art of sushi-making, brothers David Foulquier – who owns the French restaurant Fooq’s in Miami – and Josh Foulquier have partnered with Chef Nozomu Abe – formerly of Sushiden – to advance Edomae style sushi at their newest project, Sushi Noz. The intimate dining room – designed by the Kyoto-based architecture firm Sankakuya – is made with various types of cedar to release aromas and relieve stress, featuring an eight-seat 200 year-old hinoki wood sushi bar at the center. If that’s not intimate enough, there’s also a six-seat sushi bar available for private dinners.

sushi noz interior

The Food:

Using only the finest quality fish, Chef Noz imports most of the fish from Tokyo Bay. Each meal consists of four to seven Otsumami (hot or cold small plates), a sushi course with 12-15 pieces of nigiri, and soup. Dessert is both seasonal and traditional, such as Japanese melon.

The Drinks:

The drinks menu is still in the works, but expect a mix of classic French wines and sake.

Sushi Noz-Ash Room

The Damage:

At $300 per person – gratuity included – Sushi Noz is fine dining at its finest.

In a Nutshell:

The expensive price tag at Sushi Noz reflects more than just Edomae-style sushi. It’s a whole experience, allowing guests to witness Chef Noz’ craftsmanship up-close, while the immaculately designed space takes the omakase to another level.

Featured image: Sushi Noz

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The Facts
NAME: Sushi Noz
IT'S: Omakase sushi restaurant on the Upper East Side

30-03-2018

OPENED: March 30th, 2018
WHO'S BEHIND IT: David Foulquier, Josh Foulquier and Chef Nozomu Abe
DID YOU KNOW: The partners have amassed a collection of over a thousand pieces of ancient Japanese ceramics, dating back to the 16th century, and ending with the national treasures of today. The older pieces are on display in the tokonoma, while the contemporary pieces are used throughout the meal.
LOCATION: Upper Manhattan
ADDRESS: 181 E 78th St, NY 10075
CLOSEST SUBWAY: 77 St
OPENING TIMES: Monday-Saturday, seatings at 6pm and 9pm
WEBSITE: Visit Site
CONTACT: Phone: 917-338-1792
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram
RESERVATIONS: Yes

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