There’s nothing more satisfying when you’re hungry than an all-you-can-eat challenge. More specifically, when you’re craving endless amounts of quality seafood like delicious California rolls or tuna sashimi.
No matter what the occasion may be (date night idea or even a birthday celebration), all you can east sushi is never a bad idea, especially in NYC where some of the best sushi restaurants exist. If you’re looking for the best all you can eat sushi in NYC, look no further. These are the best spots to get round after round of deliciousness.
1. Rakuzen AYCE Sushi, Brooklyn & Queens
Rakuzen AYCE Sushi is an Asian-fusion restaurant in Brooklyn (also with a Queens location) offering some of the best all you can eat sushi in NYC around! They have a diverse menu of rolls, sashimi, and dinner plates that offers something for everyone.
Their mix and match option comes with six regular rolls, one specialty roll, one appetizer, and a can of soda for one set price, which is perfect for sampling a bit of everything. Plus, if someone in your group isn’t into sushi, they also offer a large selection of classic Asian entrees such as fried rice, teriyaki dishes, seafood, pad thai, and more.
Brooklyn – 6408 Hamilton Pkwy, Brooklyn
Queens – 89-23 Queens Blvd, Elmhurst
2. Yuka, Upper East Side
Yuka on the Upper East Side offers an extensive menu of classic dishes and all you can eat sushi for an affordable price. Some popular rolls include a spicy crab roll with king crab, avocado, and spicy mayo or the New York roll with eel, shrimp, tempura, and cucumber. You can also order al la carte or by the platter, which includes an additional miso soup or salad.
Where: 1557 2nd Ave
3. Kikoo Sushi, East Village
This contemporary Japanese restaurant in the East Village offers all you can eat sushi and traditional plates with a laidback atmosphere. Kikoo Sushi specializes in unlimited fresh sushi, sashimi, maki rolls, hot and crispy shrimp, and delicious vegetable tempura served in your desired size and made to order.
Popular new additions to the menu include the tempura Udon, Color Dragon, and the butterfly roll. For an additional fee, you can add drinks to the all-you-can-eat sushi menu and choose a beverage from their impressive list of sake and Japanese beer.
Where: 141 1st Ave
4. Akino, Queens
Akino is a casual Japanese-style restaurant in Elmhurst, Queens, offering soups, salads, appetizers, and an all you can eat sushi bar! They are well known for their generous selection of classic Japanese dishes, including udon, sashimi, teriyaki, donburi, rolls, appetizers, and so much more.
Some of their popular signature rolls include the volcano roll, which includes shrimp tempura, avocado, spicy tuna, eel sauce, and spicy mayo of the dynamite roll with spicy tuna, avocado, and cream cheese topped with scallion, tobiko, and eel sauce.
Where: 82-80 Broadway, Queens
5. Kumo Sushi, Upper West Side
Kumo Sushi is a no-frills Japanese eatery on the Upper West Side offering lunch specials and all you can eat deals on fresh sushi and sashimi. Expect a varied selection of rolls and entrees, as well as noodle soups, teriyaki, shogayaki, don buri, katsu and more.
Popular specialty rolls include the kumo roll, spicy shrimp tempura, kani, and tobiko topped with eel and avocado, or their pink lady roll, which has salmon, avocado, and cucumber. The ordering process is also done through an iPad, offering much-appreciated speed and efficiency!
Where: 165 W 72nd St
6. Sushi Para, Upper East Side
This high-end sushi house on the Upper East Side offers a variety of rolls, sashimi, and other plates in a casual, stylish setting. Sushi Para offers an all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner menu, making it the perfect destination for a quick meeting or weekend outing. For one low price per person, visitors choose a sizable array of classic rolls and specialty items such as the World Series roll, which features soft shell crab tempura, cucumber, tuna, avocado, and eel.
Where: 1457 3rd Ave
7. Koko Sushi, East Village
Koko Sushi is a traditional Japanese eatery offering high-quality sushi in a chic, modern setting. In addition to all-you-can-eat sushi, they also provide a selection of different ramen and bubble tea.
You can get an exclusive deal through Groupon that allows visitors to indulge in all-you-can-eat sushi, sashimi, and teriyaki, plus two drinks for two hours. They offer both crowd favorites like spicy salmon and California rolls and innovative specialty items, like the surf and turf roll made with Kobe beef and shrimp.
Where: 214 1st Ave
8. The Buffet, Queens
The Buffet is a high-end Asian buffet in College Point, Queens, offering unlimited sushi, hibachi, and dishes. For a set price, you’re welcomed to unlimited access to all menu items, including sushi for 90 minutes.
They offer a wide variety of standard rolls, including California rolls, Philadelphia rolls, dragon rolls, fire rolls, and more. You can also enjoy a selection of sashimis, including red snapper, baby scallop, and ahi tuna. Not to mention freshly prepared hibachi with your choice of meat and seafood, including squid, hanging steak, and yakisoba.
Where: 20-07 124th Street, Queens
9. Hamachi 34, Midtown East
This elegant sushi spot in Midtown East serves innovative Japanese dishes and a fantastic all you can eat option. Hamachi 34’s chic interior with exposed brick, mood lighting, and a large wooden bar in the center makes it the perfect place for any occasion.
Their menu has a wide selection of famous Japanese entrees and roll, including specialty sushi like the Rock’ n Roll, which comes with King crab, mango, and avocado, topped with tempura fluke scallion, massago, spicy mayo, and eel sauce.
Where: 56 E 34th St