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15 E 15th St (btwn 5th Ave & Union Sq W)
New York, NY 10003
United States
(map) (212) 647-0015
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a chirashi, a treasure trove littered with the bounty of the sea: salty salmon roe, succulent sweet shrimp, and a plump, fatty tuna tartare, along with delicate slivers of lean tuna, salmon, hamachi and mackerel. T...
Nick Solares
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  • "
    If arctic char always tasted as buttery as it does at 15 East, it would no longer be the ugly duckling of the salmon family.

    Time Out
    84
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    If you have pricey seafood cravings without the wherewithal to finance them, I don't believe you can do better than 15 East

    Bloomberg
    87
  • "
    a chirashi, a treasure trove littered with the bounty of the sea: salty salmon roe, succulent sweet shrimp, and a plump, fatty tuna tartare, along with delicate slivers of lean tuna, salmon, hamachi and mackerel. The fish are all wonderfully fresh—delicate, buttery, the rice perfectly vinegared with a sweetness that...

    Serious eats
    86
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    This is most definitely a Tier One sushi establishment. It’s upscale, it’s expensive, and it’s good enough for me to consider earning a criminal record for

    Immaculate Infatuation
    89
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    it’s a reflection of the serious efforts behind a meal at 15 East, which manages to stand out in a crowded marketplace of Japanese restaurants that focus on uncooked seafood

    New York Times
    80
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    if you’re feeling flush, order the $75 “tuna flight,” consisting of five different cuts and grades of fresh bluefin, which the gregarious Shimizu will illustrate for you with a special tuna chart

    New York Magazine
    85