Secret SushiNew York, USA
You hear whispers of this secret sushi restaurant online and with friends. Someone says they know someone who knows someone who has been, but you think this is just another urban legend, like when Bill Murray spontaneously walked into a random bar and started bartending.
Well, it turns out that like the Bill Murray story, the restaurant actually exists. On the tenth floor of a very random midtown Manhattan hotel you will find one of the rooms has been converted into a full scale, fine dining, four-seat sushi restaurant. Global personality Chef David Bouhadana is the master itame at the helm of this 17-course, 60-minute omakase (dishes selected by the chef).
If you can get in, expect a treat. Chef David will let you know everything about him and his process, and will do so over a flowing river of sake. The food is perfectly prepared and the city views from the balcony are sublime.
This is an experience not to be forgotten. Ever. Even if your friends don't believe you went.
Take pictures, you will need them for proof.
- This experience will see your Instagram cred skyrocket
- A unique Omakase speakeasy experience
- Full scale, fine dining sushi with incredible views of the city
There are now a few Sushi by Bou locations but Chef David can only be at one. If you want the full experience, find out where he’s at.
- Getting a booking is a challenge
Fly to New York City then catch the subway, take a taxi or walk to 32nd street.
US$125 per person
It has seating for four, is in high demand and reservations are near impossible. Good luck getting in!
There are now two more locations in New York for Sushi by Bou, with extra venues slated for the Big Apple and also Miami.