Kuruma ZushiPrice: Starts at $200 for Chirashi Dinner, around $400 for the Omakase Course
New York Times Rating: Three stars
Michelin Stars: None
Reservation Policy: Recommended, can be made via phone.
What to Expect: Kuruma Zushi has an omakase price that is unlisted, but usually falls in the range of $400. Less common are some of the other meals they serve, at an equally exorbitant price: the Chirashi Dinner, which starts at $200, consists of "soup, assorted fish & vegetables over a bowl of sushi rice, and ice cream." There are other menu options for as little as $90, or you can order sushi by the piece, but note that (like most sushi), "prices vary by the rarity and species of sushi/sashimi ordered." [Photo]