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34 Standout Sushi Spots Still Open in NYC

From neighborhood staples with overstuffed rolls to Michelin-starred restaurants with fresh nigiri, these restaurants are offering delivery and takeout during the pandemic

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Going out for sushi is one of New York’s biggest modern pastimes, and now that locals are relegated to their homes for the foreseeable future, scarfing sashimi and over-ordering maki from one’s sushi spot of choice seems like a far off memory. But plenty of stand-out sushi restaurants are offering takeout and delivery — ranging from neighborhood spots excelling in rolls to Michelin-starred restaurants with omakase boxes. A warning: Due to demand, some places may require ordering in advance or offer more limited menus. And be sure to to check out the restaurants’ websites; most of the businesses on this list are also selling gift cards and collecting for staff support funds, to help sustain the possibility of a hopefully not too far off future visit in the dining room.

This map was originally published on April 22, 2020 and has been updated.

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This Asian fusion spot is feeding workers at Montefiore Hospital and offering sushi delivery to the South Bronx and Upper Manhattan. A six-piece sashimi combo goes for $11.95, and dozens of rolls offer seemingly endless meal combinations. First time pickup orders get 15 percent off.

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Chef Nozomu Abe’s Michelin-starred sushi counter was once hard to access, but now Tock and Caviar are offering takeout from the UES restaurant, with more of a focus on rolls. Chirashi are topped with tuna, salmon, or the chef’s seasonal selection. An oversized Namo Futomaki roll, stuffed with seafood and veggies, serves two ($55). Fine wine and sake are also available.

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Sushi Ishikawa

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Celebrated sushi chef Don Pham, who’s known for his unconventional omakase, is offering takeout from his Upper East Side restaurant from Thursday to Sunday, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Besides individual nigiri and rolls, Pham is offering two sets: a $59, nine-piece omakase and a $39 set with three special rolls. Order through the website and Resy.

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Yamato Sushi

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This Flushing favorite is a Seamless and UberEats mainstay, delivering a solid menu of Japanese American sushi restaurant staples: rock shrimp tempura, spicy tuna tartar, rolls combos, and bento boxes. Have fun with chef’s special rolls, like the Dynamite (spicy salmon and yellow cucumber topped with lobster salad and crunch), and the Spicy Girl (spicy tuna, salmon, yellowtail, avocado, and crunch topped with tobiko).

Roy's Fish Market

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This UES neighborhood gem has a two-decade-plus reputation for selling excellent, made-to-order sushi to-go. DoorDash is now delivering the sushi, sashimi, and maki. Rolls start at $4.50, and sushi goes for $3 a piece.

Sushi Seki Times Square

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Sushi Seki’s Times Square and Chelsea locations are both delivering an extensive menu via Postmates. The sushi bar menu offers a range of sushi and sashimi meals, with the $52 seki set including nine pieces and a roll. A la carte sushi includes Seki’s signatures, like torched tomato with salmon, and kanpachi jalapeno.

TsuruTonTan Midtown

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Both the Union Square and Midtown East location of the udon specialist are delivering via UberEats and GrubHub/Seamless. While noodles are the name of the game, don’t sleep on the sushi rolls and sashimi. Creative specialty rolls, like eel and ricotta, can be a fun switch from typical sushi standbys.

The piano bar portion of this classy sushi bar is closed, but diners can turn up the tunes at home and match daily cooked specials with customizable sushi bowls. Limited quantities of uni are also available. Order via phone or UberEats.

Sushi Yasuda

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A new limited — but still quite extensive — takeout menu at this Michelin-starred Midtown restaurant lets diners create their own pre-fixe menus ($33.50), or opt into the chef’s nightly omakase (market price). Those who prefer a la carte can taste their way through a wide selection of nigiri, featuring several varieties of tuna, yellowtail, salmon, mackerel, and more, as well as over a dozen types of maki. Call (212) 972-1001 to order; the restaurant encourages to order at least one day ahead of time.

Delivery and pickup via Caviar and Grubhub bring Sapps’ nouveau Japanese directly to the sofa from the LIC space. Appetizers like Tostitos ceviche or deep fried rice cubes topped with spicy tuna keep indoor time interesting. Sushi purists can order a wide range of classic maki, as well as some more creative rolls, like the inside-out Medusa Roll, stuffed with salmon jalapeno and topped with melted mozzarella cheese and caramelized onions.

KazuNori: The Original Hand Roll Bar

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The Sugarfish team’s sister hand roll restaurant KazuNori in Nomad is also open for delivery. Its special Postmates menu is lush with cut roll options. Meal sets start at $18 for 16 pieces and include toro, scallop, crab, and more. 

Sugarfish by Sushi Nozawa

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Both the Flatiron and Soho locations of the beloved California sushi chain are offering delivery via Postmates or direct phone order (Flatiron: (347) 705-8100; Soho: (212) 847-7464). Sugarfish’s set meals, ranging from $30 to $59, are nearly identical to what diners can expect in the restaurant, plus sushi, sashimi, rolls, and specials, like pink lobster, are also available.

Omakase Room by Tatsu

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New to Caviar is chef Tatsuya Sekiguchi’s eight-seat omakase bar in the Village. The elite 18-course omakase meal isn’t quite deliverable, but other sushi specials are. The Chirashi Fukiyose ($60) features assortment of fish on a bed of sushi rice, plus a cup of red miso soup. Roll enthusiasts can opt for the FutoMaki ($28), an oversized roll stuffed with tamago, kanpyo, salmon, cucumber, shrimp, anago (sea eel), and shiso leaf. Premium sake bottles, fine wine, and more beverages are also on the menu. Locals can also reserve their meals for pickup via Resy.

Sushi Katsuei

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Both the West Village and Park Slope locations of this popular neighborhood restaurant are offering delivery via Postmates and Caviar. A $65 omakase includes pieces of assorted sushi and one toro scallion hand roll. Rolls, sushi, sashimi, and cooked entrees are also available. The restaurant has promised to monitor the temperature of all couriers for safety, and it’s also donating bento boxes to local hospitals.

EN Japanese Brasserie

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New York City living rooms may not replicate the luxe atmosphere of this upscale, contemporary Japanese restaurant, but New Yorkers can still pretend by dimming the lights and pouring a nice glass of sake. The new takeout menu via Caviar features premium sushi rolls, like snow crab tempura and avocado ($35), a fresh sashimi bento box ($43), and several more small plates, rice, and noodle dishes.

One of New York’s last remaining original sushi hubs, Hasaki has been serving edo-mae sushi since 1984. Now, Caviar is delivering menu highlights like nine-piece omakase, tekka don with big eye or blue fin tuna, and a seaweed salad made with five types of seaweed.

Zoku Sushi

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This restaurant based in the East Village has always been delivery-only and remains open amid the crisis. Zoku receives daily orders of wild and sustainably farmed fish, sourced globally from hubs like Japan’s Tsukiji Fish Market. Combos start at $19, and sushi aficionados are encouraged to build their own sets from the always-changing menu. Order on the website.

Sushi Dojo

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While coveted reservations at this East Village omakase spot are on hold, highlights from the sushi counter are available for delivery via Caviar, UberEats, or Seamless/Grubhub. A $48 set includes ten high-quality pieces: king salmon, hamachi, uni, Tasmanian trout, tuna, Arctic char, toro, Ikura, and unagi, as well as the choice of a tuna, salmon, or yellowtail roll. Additional sets ranging from $20 to $75 are available, as well as an entire a la carte menu of sushi, rolls, hot appetizers, and entrees.

Bohemian

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Previously only accessible via private referral, this exclusive Japanese restaurant in Noho is now delivering via Caviar. The fusion-style menu includes pork belly foie gras, wash beef tartare, wagyu beef rolls with dash soy sauce, and more classic sushi items, like a salmon avocado roll. Bohemian’s highlight, however, may be the carb-forward Italian-influenced specials, like a risotto with five types of Japanese mushrooms (shimeji, maitake, bunapi, eringi, shiitake) and olives ($18), or a linguine with uni cream sauce ($21).

Kissaki Omakase

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The nontraditional omakase of chef Mark Garcia is now available in box form for pickup and delivery, starting at $45 for four pieces of nigiri, a five-piece roll, and a miso soup. Kissaki is also offering a la carte nigiri, maki, rolls, and sushi bowls, including spicy tuna with avocado and shaved nori over rice. Order on Kissaki’s website.

Grape and Grain

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A sustainable sushi pop-up at this East Village wine and beer bar helps diversify business with top-notch Japanese food via Seamless. The menu includes maki, oversized rolls, and nigiri, with a six-piece omakase-style set going for $20. Miso carrot cake with ginger cream cheese icing can add a sweet touch to the meal.

Amami Sushi

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This Japanese cocktail bar is now serving its bar snacks, sushi, and ramen menu for takeout via Toast. A wide selection of seasonal sushi, sashimi, hand rolls, and maki are all available a la carte, with tempura, gyoza, and purple potato fries to supplement.

Takeshi Sushi

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Takeshi’s omakase experience is now served to go via Chow Now. Ten pieces of daily market sushi go for $65, with ten premium sashimi pieces at $85. A la carte California sea urchin, and dozens of nigiri and sashimi options let orderers customize the sushi experience.

Sushi Azabu

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This hidden Edomae sushi bar in a Tribeca basement is delivering standout sushi via Caviar. A la carte nigiri starts at $5, and sashimi starts at $6, with several types of maki on the menu as well. The best deal for sushi enthusiasts are the party platters, designed to serve three, and starting at $72 for six rolls, plus a side of edamame.

Sushi Akio

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This neighborhood takeout staple is still serving its full menu for pickup and delivery via BeyondMenu. Sushi appetizers and sashimi, plus a range of “fancy” and “deluxe” rolls, offer a range of seafood, vegetables, and fruit combinations.

Mira Sushi Restaurant Queens

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Both the Flatiron and Flushing locations of this well-liked sushi restaurant are offering takeout on most apps, with phone orders earning a 10 percent discount (Flatiron: (212)-989-7889; Flushing: (718)- 380-7777). Call in cravings for gyoza, signature rolls, and generous sushi combos, all under $35.

Shoji at 69 Leonard Street

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Shoji’s intimate sushi and kaiseki experience in Tribeca is now available in takeout form via Resy. Sushi sets start at $80 for a seven-piece nigiri plus a seasoned roll, and tuna enthusiasts can indulge in a $50 tekka don, stacking marinated tuna over sushi rice.

New contactless takeout from this izakaya and sushi bar includes a daily Japanese curry, a fried chicken meal set, plus an impressive bento box for two. A ten piece nigiri omakase plus a roll goes for $45, which can be paired with an extensive list of imported Japanese beers. Call (646) 590-2111 to order.

Osakana

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The destination-worthy Japanese fish market and cooking school is now offering delivery and pickup via an online form. Sashimi-quality seafood is sold by the quarter pound, and omakase sashimi for two starts at just $25. Those eager to roll DIY temaki can also choose from a selection of at-home sushi-making essentials like cooked and seasoned sushi rice, nori, sushi vinegar, grated wasabi, and more.

Katsuno

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Phone orders start at 12 p.m. ((718)-575 4033), with pickup starting at 5:30 p.m. for Japanese-style tapas from Forest Hills restaurant Katsuno. Crudo-style sushi, like a Spanish mackerel tataki, stands out alongside plentiful traditional sushi options. Hot and cold udon and soba dishes also add another level of rich umami, carb-y comfort to the meal.

Momo Sushi Shack

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The tapas-style Japanese restaurant in Bushwick lets diners design at-home sushi nights with Caviar. Momo’s signature bomb-style sushi features densely-packed round rice balls pressed with fish. A $24 Party Bomb sampler includes twelve pieces like the Pink Bomb (salmon and scallion), MC Low Bomb (tuna and avocado), and more options. Specialty rolls and sushi bowls sell out quickly. Williamsburg sister spot, Bozu, is also offering takeout with a similar menu.

The eclectic omakase spot in Fort Greene now offers a limited a la carte menu via Caviar. Rolls include staples like spicy tuna, as well as more unique creations like mackerel ginger, and salmon skin cucumber. Pork tonkatsu, mazemen ramen, and deep fried shishitos are also available.

Silver Rice

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Both locations of this affordable Brooklyn sushi roll shop — in Crown Heights and Prospect Lefferts Gardens — now deliver through several different apps. Sushi bowls ($13 to $14) come topped with fresh salmon, crab, egg, or veggies, and customizable rolls are made-to-order, inside out with white rice or flaxseed rice. Sake has been added to the menu, delivered in a microwaveable container. 

Japan Village

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This massive Japanese food market in Sunset Park sells sushi, produce, noodles, condiments, and more via Uber Eats and Mercato. Sushi is limited to rolls or ingredients to make sushi at home, but the plethora of goods — including Japanese candy and soda — makes delivery worth it.

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This Asian fusion spot is feeding workers at Montefiore Hospital and offering sushi delivery to the South Bronx and Upper Manhattan. A six-piece sashimi combo goes for $11.95, and dozens of rolls offer seemingly endless meal combinations. First time pickup orders get 15 percent off.

Sushi Noz

Chef Nozomu Abe holds a small box filled with binchotan charcoal above slices of tuna to grill them
Nozomu Abe
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Chef Nozomu Abe’s Michelin-starred sushi counter was once hard to access, but now Tock and Caviar are offering takeout from the UES restaurant, with more of a focus on rolls. Chirashi are topped with tuna, salmon, or the chef’s seasonal selection. An oversized Namo Futomaki roll, stuffed with seafood and veggies, serves two ($55). Fine wine and sake are also available.

Chef Nozomu Abe holds a small box filled with binchotan charcoal above slices of tuna to grill them
Nozomu Abe
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Sushi Ishikawa

A piece of tuna placed on a marble counter. The fish is topped with gold flakes and black caviar. Sushi Ishikawa [Official]

Celebrated sushi chef Don Pham, who’s known for his unconventional omakase, is offering takeout from his Upper East Side restaurant from Thursday to Sunday, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Besides individual nigiri and rolls, Pham is offering two sets: a $59, nine-piece omakase and a $39 set with three special rolls. Order through the website and Resy.

A piece of tuna placed on a marble counter. The fish is topped with gold flakes and black caviar. Sushi Ishikawa [Official]

Yamato Sushi

This Flushing favorite is a Seamless and UberEats mainstay, delivering a solid menu of Japanese American sushi restaurant staples: rock shrimp tempura, spicy tuna tartar, rolls combos, and bento boxes. Have fun with chef’s special rolls, like the Dynamite (spicy salmon and yellow cucumber topped with lobster salad and crunch), and the Spicy Girl (spicy tuna, salmon, yellowtail, avocado, and crunch topped with tobiko).

Roy's Fish Market

This UES neighborhood gem has a two-decade-plus reputation for selling excellent, made-to-order sushi to-go. DoorDash is now delivering the sushi, sashimi, and maki. Rolls start at $4.50, and sushi goes for $3 a piece.

Sushi Seki Times Square

Sushi Seki’s Times Square and Chelsea locations are both delivering an extensive menu via Postmates. The sushi bar menu offers a range of sushi and sashimi meals, with the $52 seki set including nine pieces and a roll. A la carte sushi includes Seki’s signatures, like torched tomato with salmon, and kanpachi jalapeno.

TsuruTonTan Midtown

Both the Union Square and Midtown East location of the udon specialist are delivering via UberEats and GrubHub/Seamless. While noodles are the name of the game, don’t sleep on the sushi rolls and sashimi. Creative specialty rolls, like eel and ricotta, can be a fun switch from typical sushi standbys.

Kaoru

The piano bar portion of this classy sushi bar is closed, but diners can turn up the tunes at home and match daily cooked specials with customizable sushi bowls. Limited quantities of uni are also available. Order via phone or UberEats.

Sushi Yasuda

A new limited — but still quite extensive — takeout menu at this Michelin-starred Midtown restaurant lets diners create their own pre-fixe menus ($33.50), or opt into the chef’s nightly omakase (market price). Those who prefer a la carte can taste their way through a wide selection of nigiri, featuring several varieties of tuna, yellowtail, salmon, mackerel, and more, as well as over a dozen types of maki. Call (212) 972-1001 to order; the restaurant encourages to order at least one day ahead of time.

Sapps

Delivery and pickup via Caviar and Grubhub bring Sapps’ nouveau Japanese directly to the sofa from the LIC space. Appetizers like Tostitos ceviche or deep fried rice cubes topped with spicy tuna keep indoor time interesting. Sushi purists can order a wide range of classic maki, as well as some more creative rolls, like the inside-out Medusa Roll, stuffed with salmon jalapeno and topped with melted mozzarella cheese and caramelized onions.

KazuNori: The Original Hand Roll Bar

The Sugarfish team’s sister hand roll restaurant KazuNori in Nomad is also open for delivery. Its special Postmates menu is lush with cut roll options. Meal sets start at $18 for 16 pieces and include toro, scallop, crab, and more. 

Sugarfish by Sushi Nozawa

Both the Flatiron and Soho locations of the beloved California sushi chain are offering delivery via Postmates or direct phone order (Flatiron: (347) 705-8100; Soho: (212) 847-7464). Sugarfish’s set meals, ranging from $30 to $59, are nearly identical to what diners can expect in the restaurant, plus sushi, sashimi, rolls, and specials, like pink lobster, are also available.

Omakase Room by Tatsu

New to Caviar is chef Tatsuya Sekiguchi’s eight-seat omakase bar in the Village. The elite 18-course omakase meal isn’t quite deliverable, but other sushi specials are. The Chirashi Fukiyose ($60) features assortment of fish on a bed of sushi rice, plus a cup of red miso soup. Roll enthusiasts can opt for the FutoMaki ($28), an oversized roll stuffed with tamago, kanpyo, salmon, cucumber, shrimp, anago (sea eel), and shiso leaf. Premium sake bottles, fine wine, and more beverages are also on the menu. Locals can also reserve their meals for pickup via Resy.

Sushi Katsuei

Both the West Village and Park Slope locations of this popular neighborhood restaurant are offering delivery via Postmates and Caviar. A $65 omakase includes pieces of assorted sushi and one toro scallion hand roll. Rolls, sushi, sashimi, and cooked entrees are also available. The restaurant has promised to monitor the temperature of all couriers for safety, and it’s also donating bento boxes to local hospitals.

EN Japanese Brasserie

New York City living rooms may not replicate the luxe atmosphere of this upscale, contemporary Japanese restaurant, but New Yorkers can still pretend by dimming the lights and pouring a nice glass of sake. The new takeout menu via Caviar features premium sushi rolls, like snow crab tempura and avocado ($35), a fresh sashimi bento box ($43), and several more small plates, rice, and noodle dishes.

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Hasaki

One of New York’s last remaining original sushi hubs, Hasaki has been serving edo-mae sushi since 1984. Now, Caviar is delivering menu highlights like nine-piece omakase, tekka don with big eye or blue fin tuna, and a seaweed salad made with five types of seaweed.

Zoku Sushi

This restaurant based in the East Village has always been delivery-only and remains open amid the crisis. Zoku receives daily orders of wild and sustainably farmed fish, sourced globally from hubs like Japan’s Tsukiji Fish Market. Combos start at $19, and sushi aficionados are encouraged to build their own sets from the always-changing menu. Order on the website.

Sushi Dojo

While coveted reservations at this East Village omakase spot are on hold, highlights from the sushi counter are available for delivery via Caviar, UberEats, or Seamless/Grubhub. A $48 set includes ten high-quality pieces: king salmon, hamachi, uni, Tasmanian trout, tuna, Arctic char, toro, Ikura, and unagi, as well as the choice of a tuna, salmon, or yellowtail roll. Additional sets ranging from $20 to $75 are available, as well as an entire a la carte menu of sushi, rolls, hot appetizers, and entrees.

Bohemian

Previously only accessible via private referral, this exclusive Japanese restaurant in Noho is now delivering via Caviar. The fusion-style menu includes pork belly foie gras, wash beef tartare, wagyu beef rolls with dash soy sauce, and more classic sushi items, like a salmon avocado roll. Bohemian’s highlight, however, may be the carb-forward Italian-influenced specials, like a risotto with five types of Japanese mushrooms (shimeji, maitake, bunapi, eringi, shiitake) and olives ($18), or a linguine with uni cream sauce ($21).

Kissaki Omakase

The nontraditional omakase of chef Mark Garcia is now available in box form for pickup and delivery, starting at $45 for four pieces of nigiri, a five-piece roll, and a miso soup. Kissaki is also offering a la carte nigiri, maki, rolls, and sushi bowls, including spicy tuna with avocado and shaved nori over rice. Order on Kissaki’s website.

Grape and Grain

A sustainable sushi pop-up at this East Village wine and beer bar helps diversify business with top-notch Japanese food via Seamless. The menu includes maki, oversized rolls, and nigiri, with a six-piece omakase-style set going for $20. Miso carrot cake with ginger cream cheese icing can add a sweet touch to the meal.

Amami Sushi

This Japanese cocktail bar is now serving its bar snacks, sushi, and ramen menu for takeout via Toast. A wide selection of seasonal sushi, sashimi, hand rolls, and maki are all available a la carte, with tempura, gyoza, and purple potato fries to supplement.

Takeshi Sushi

Takeshi’s omakase experience is now served to go via Chow Now. Ten pieces of daily market sushi go for $65, with ten premium sashimi pieces at $85. A la carte California sea urchin, and dozens of nigiri and sashimi options let orderers customize the sushi experience.

Sushi Azabu

This hidden Edomae sushi bar in a Tribeca basement is delivering standout sushi via Caviar. A la carte nigiri starts at $5, and sashimi starts at $6, with several types of maki on the menu as well. The best deal for sushi enthusiasts are the party platters, designed to serve three, and starting at $72 for six rolls, plus a side of edamame.

Sushi Akio

This neighborhood takeout staple is still serving its full menu for pickup and delivery via BeyondMenu. Sushi appetizers and sashimi, plus a range of “fancy” and “deluxe” rolls, offer a range of seafood, vegetables, and fruit combinations.

Mira Sushi Restaurant Queens

Both the Flatiron and Flushing locations of this well-liked sushi restaurant are offering takeout on most apps, with phone orders earning a 10 percent discount (Flatiron: (212)-989-7889; Flushing: (718)- 380-7777). Call in cravings for gyoza, signature rolls, and generous sushi combos, all under $35.

Shoji at 69 Leonard Street

Shoji’s intimate sushi and kaiseki experience in Tribeca is now available in takeout form via Resy. Sushi sets start at $80 for a seven-piece nigiri plus a seasoned roll, and tuna enthusiasts can indulge in a $50 tekka don, stacking marinated tuna over sushi rice.

Juku

New contactless takeout from this izakaya and sushi bar includes a daily Japanese curry, a fried chicken meal set, plus an impressive bento box for two. A ten piece nigiri omakase plus a roll goes for $45, which can be paired with an extensive list of imported Japanese beers. Call (646) 590-2111 to order.

Osakana

The destination-worthy Japanese fish market and cooking school is now offering delivery and pickup via an online form. Sashimi-quality seafood is sold by the quarter pound, and omakase sashimi for two starts at just $25. Those eager to roll DIY temaki can also choose from a selection of at-home sushi-making essentials like cooked and seasoned sushi rice, nori, sushi vinegar, grated wasabi, and more.

Katsuno

Phone orders start at 12 p.m. ((718)-575 4033), with pickup starting at 5:30 p.m. for Japanese-style tapas from Forest Hills restaurant Katsuno. Crudo-style sushi, like a Spanish mackerel tataki, stands out alongside plentiful traditional sushi options. Hot and cold udon and soba dishes also add another level of rich umami, carb-y comfort to the meal.

Momo Sushi Shack

The tapas-style Japanese restaurant in Bushwick lets diners design at-home sushi nights with Caviar. Momo’s signature bomb-style sushi features densely-packed round rice balls pressed with fish. A $24 Party Bomb sampler includes twelve pieces like the Pink Bomb (salmon and scallion), MC Low Bomb (tuna and avocado), and more options. Specialty rolls and sushi bowls sell out quickly. Williamsburg sister spot, Bozu, is also offering takeout with a similar menu.

1 or 8

The eclectic omakase spot in Fort Greene now offers a limited a la carte menu via Caviar. Rolls include staples like spicy tuna, as well as more unique creations like mackerel ginger, and salmon skin cucumber. Pork tonkatsu, mazemen ramen, and deep fried shishitos are also available.

Silver Rice

Both locations of this affordable Brooklyn sushi roll shop — in Crown Heights and Prospect Lefferts Gardens — now deliver through several different apps. Sushi bowls ($13 to $14) come topped with fresh salmon, crab, egg, or veggies, and customizable rolls are made-to-order, inside out with white rice or flaxseed rice. Sake has been added to the menu, delivered in a microwaveable container. 

Japan Village

This massive Japanese food market in Sunset Park sells sushi, produce, noodles, condiments, and more via Uber Eats and Mercato. Sushi is limited to rolls or ingredients to make sushi at home, but the plethora of goods — including Japanese candy and soda — makes delivery worth it.

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