30 E 33rd St, New York, NY 10016
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
- Mon - Thu
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:30 pm
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Phone: (212) 989-5845
Fax: (212) 989-5845
General InfoSushi Sen-nin first opened its doors in 1997 on 34th Street, between Park and Madison. Striving to introduce and provide what was once considered unfamiliar yet quality and delicious Sushi and Sashimi to guests, Chef Matsu has for many years studied and practiced the art of Japanese culinary so as to create an authentic experience for his guests. He has along with his team succeeded in doing so for over almost two decades and continue to present his regular and new guests with only the freshest and appetizing meals within a modern Japanese influenced ambiance.
Cuisines: Japanese, Asian, Caterers, Sushi
Price Range : Above Average
Outdoor Seating: No
Bike Parking: Yes
Pets Allowed: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
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Love this place its one of my fav in nyc. The food is fresh and delicious! This is a must try people!!!
When the Sashimi Dinner arrived to our table, we def got the curious stares from our neighboring diners. The two ladies to my left immediately asked, ""oh my..what is that dish called?? that looks delicious!""
Yes....it was delish, fresh, melts in your mouth, and I was left speechless guzzling down smoked salmon & tuna and washing it down w/sake.
Now the person reviewing below me must have some sort of wallet issue because it's common knowledge to order at least 20 dollars. YOU ARE AN IDIOT! 20 dollars is not going to make break ur bank unless ur living on 20 dollars a week. Think before you review!
but I digress.
The sushi is always fresh and the selection varies day to day. Often there are fish selections that are new to me. To many, including myself, selecting my meal is a daunting task and the waiters at Sen-nin are very helpful. I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone, anyone looking for a decent meal at a reasonably high price.
Prices go up because of inflation, the staff at restaurants are people too and need to survive, hence prices go up with the cost of living. DUH!
If you'll pay premium for telephones, clothing, television, you should do it for your food as well.
If you don't want to dish out the cash then go to the local corner store, buy prepacked sushi and enjoy the excessive bowel movements to follow and the nasty flavors that accompany the ""sushi"" sold at those supermarkets.
Thank you Sushi Sen-nin for staying around for so long! I look forward to my next visit!
This restaurant was very good looking, they are all welcoming as you come in, and the sushi is very good and fresh. Unfortunately, after already getting our drinks and ordering our sushi, the waiter comes back to let us know we have to have at least a ""20 dollar minimum each"" which he ""forgot"" to tell us earlier. We ended up getting another roll of sushi, and it was good, but they should def. warn you about the minimum ahead of time, it was very rude and shady how they threw that in there.
Sushi Sen-Nin at 33 has been our favorite sushi place in NY for more than 1 years. The menu has gotten fancier over the years. To me, what excel in this restaurant is the quality of their ingredients and how they handle them. Both of the master sushi chefs before and present are some of the best in the country. 5 stars for the sushi and 3.5 stars for the fancy creations
i would recommended to anyone interested in sushi. The presentation is outrageous. I love sushi and many places in Manhattan are very dissapointing.
This quaint little restaurant makes my taste buds happy. The fish tastes fresh to the best of my knowledge, and isn't tough at all. The rolls are simple and not overloaded with rice or sauce. They could have been rolled a little tighter though, as they were falling apart on the plate. ""Spicy"" is not spicy at all, but sweet with a tiny kick at the end. I especially like the spicy tekka don, or tuna dipped in their spicy sauce, served over rice. Service is really friendly, but it's hard to understand them sometimes when they speak because of their accent. Be patient though, you'll get your food!
I wasn't expecting fish this good. Don't have the over-priced rolls just order sushi and sashimi. Prices are on the high side, especially the kobe beef entree. Overall, very good.
this is a great sashimi place. But I mainly go there for the kobe beef. I had heard about it and seen it on the menus at other restuarants but it is always too expensive to try (usually around $100). But here you can order it for ten bucks and not only taset it (which is great) but also impress your date withou going broke.
I came to this restaurant last week. That was my first time. And i feel really satisfy with all the service and the food that they provided to us. I like the place. We had the house special menu. I think that's call house special for two. It's quite expensive i think but it's worthed. For that kind of price you will get lots of fresh sushi and sashimi. The best i've ever had (after i tried some other japanese restaurant in New York). We also tried a couple piece of the kobe beef wagyu. It's worth for $10 per piece. You can do sushi or sashimi. I'm not suggesting you to have it as rolls. The beef meat is directly imported from Japan. If you read the article i'll bet you will be so surprise by the way they treat them. But you got a good taste of it. :) I recommend you to try their sushi... :)
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