It doesn’t take long when reading a David Bouhadana review to see why people love his New York sushi restaurant, Sushi by Bou, so much. Each David Bouhadana review highlights the unmatched atmosphere and delicious cuisine that Sushi by Bou has to offer.
With an incredibly low price of $50, this affordable and authentic sushi restaurant has quickly become a favorite of those living in or visiting the Midtown area of New York.
But don’t take our word for it. Here’s a genuine David Bouhadana review where a satisfied customer couldn’t help but rave about his experience at Sushi by Bou.
“My friend and I had thirty minutes of pure joy to our taste buds. The omakase was priced $50 for 12 pieces which is such a great deal for their quality. Make sure to be on time as they start the 30 min time limit even if you’re late. Service was great, interior decor was unique, sushi was amazing!
My favorites definitely belonged to the toro, wagyu, eel, Uni (Hokkaido and Santa Barbara), and hotate. TBH, I only recall disliking one piece of nigiri. Everything was delicious. The sushi chef was informative as well.
I HIGHLY recommend coming here to get the bang for the buck. I also highly suggest making reservations as they have very little seating.” – Shirley G. | Brooklyn, NY
David Bouhadana is a sushi expert who discovered his love for the craft while in Boca Raton, Fla., as an 18-year-old waiter. In order to hone his sushi-making skills and become one of the most established sushi chefs in New York City, Bouhadana spent most of his early 20’s training in the Kansai region of Japan with masters of sushi preparation.
He returned to the states to work in the country’s biggest city and cut his teeth at sushi restaurants such as Sushi Uo and Morimoto. Bouhadana then moved on to Sushi Dojo and Sushi on Jones where he grew his reputation and gained a loyal following. His work behind the omakase counter has been appreciated by many, which allowed him to open his own signature sushi restaurant in Midtown New York.
Bouhadana’s success as a sushi chef speaks for itself. He was named one of the top chefs in the country under 30 by Zagat, and he even won a New York Emmy Award for his web series Shokunin: An Eater Series hosted by David Bouhadana.
If you find yourself in New York City looking for some excellent sushi, you won’t find any better than Sushi by Bou. Stop in next time you’re in town for the best omakase you’ll ever have!
Sushi by Bou is located at the Jue Lan Club at 49 West 20th Street in New York, NY, as well as the Sanctuary Hotel at 132 West 47th Street in New York, NY.