We’ve got you covered, chopsticks and wasabi included, Japanese beer or sake extra.
NYC all-you-can-eat sushi deals are not Las Vegas-style bottomless buffets.
Most restaurants have a requirement to protect them from greedy diners who pile their plates and then waste expensive fish and seafood.
Some restaurants require that your plate is empty before you order more.
Others charge you $1 or more for each piece left over on your plate when you leave, including if you’ve eaten the fish but not the rice.
That’s entirely fair, considering the cost of sushi and sashimi quality fish and seafood.
These are our choices for the five best all-you-can-eat sushi on the cheap deals.
If we’ve missed one of your favorites, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll check it out to include for an update.
Arrive hungry, my friends.