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Harris Salat & Tadashi Ono Raise the Curtain on Sushi Ganso Tonight

This is the third restaurant in the Ganso family.

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The dining room at Sushi Ganso, where a print by artist Momoyo Torimitsu says "I am here to be eaten" in Japanese
The dining room at Sushi Ganso, where a print by artist Momoyo Torimitsu says "I am here to be eaten" in Japanese
Alan Aurmont

The team behind the Ganso restaurants is debuting a third outpost tonight with Sushi Ganso, a 36-seat restaurant near Barclays Center. Restaurateurs and cookbook authors Harris Salat and Tadashi Ono have brought on chef Tomo Hayashi, who's previously worked with Ono at Matsuri and at the Michelin-starred Sushi Azabu. Besides sushi and sashimi, Sushi Ganso offers small dishes like ankimo, steamed monkfish liver in yuzu ponzu, and uzaku, freshwater eel rolled in a cucumber. Hayashi will also be offering a daily omakase. The restaurant will be connected to its neighbor, Ganso Yaki, where people will now be able to order sushi. Sushi Ganso opens for dinner only on Monday night and will start offering lunch on the weekends on Saturday. Check out the full menu below, and let us know what you think if you stop by.

Sushi Ganso Dinner Menu

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