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Sushi Lunch Sets at Morimoto

A raw meal that is no raw deal

Sushi Nakazawa grabbed all of the food headlines this week by landing a four-star review in The New York Times, making it the only sushi restaurant in town with such acclaim. But the accolades will cost you: only a $120 or $150 prix-fixe menu is offered at the new West Villager.


Morimoto sushi

(Photo: Kathleen Squires)

For those days when your budget is more bust than boom, Chelsea‘s Morimoto offers one of the best lunch deals around with its sushi sets. The sushi combo ($25) is a particular bargain, a serving of five pieces of quality nigiri, one maki roll, miso soup, a sesame mixed green salad and seasonal pickles. The $45 chef’s combo — with eight pieces and one maki roll (pictured) — also offers value with its generosity: You’ll still have some cash left over for holiday shopping afterwards.

The restaurant was opened in 2006 by the famous Philadelphia-based Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and talented young executive chef Erik Battes joined the team in 2013, fresh from the kitchen at Jean-Georges. Morimoto himself recently revamped Tribeca Canvas into Bisutoro in October.

88 Tenth Ave.

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