Executive chef of Koi Restaurant, Nobuhiro Hamazaki, stopped by The Couch to show how to make his favorite sushi roll using seaweed, white rice, wasabi-flavored sesame seeds, mushrooms, tempura flakes, scallops, cranberry sauce and wasabi.
Plenty of city venues are amping up their offerings for the new season with summertime deals. From the lighter side of sushi to the calorie bomb of Buffalo wings, these all-you-can-eat deals are the best in the city.
Benihana Executive Chef Tony Nemoto showed us how to make the perfect sushi roll and put Carolina, John and Lisa’s skills to the test.
The Mets opened up their 2012 campaign with an impressive 1-0 win over the Braves and Boomer & Craig were there to enjoy every minute of it.
Sushi bars and restaurants can be found by the multitude, but a truly remarkable experience comes from the freshest ingredients and exciting new menu options.
Everyone’s got a favorite sushi place. We went on a search for some of the lesser known, unsung sushi heroes. Here’s what we found – some of the freshest, most authentic sushi places you’ll find in New York City.
With a hair salon, sushi bar and juice station, the new Duane Reade on Wall Street is not just a place for you to pick up your prescriptions.
This year’s U.S. Open menu will feature more creative dishes, top notch chefs and tons of variety.