Sushi Zo Tokyo
First visit to Tokyo and wanted a high end sushi experience that was accessible for non-Japanese speaker. Enjoyed a wonderful dining experience with very high quality ingredients and execution . Great experience.
Quality ingredients, friendly chef, nice ambience.
Sushi Zo was fantastic! All of the sushi was incredibly fresh and tender. Every single piece melted in your mouth! Every piece was artfully prepared by the amazing chef who was a joy to watch and talk to (he speaks english). We were slightly hesitant to go here since Sushi Zo originally started in LA and has a few locations, but it did not interfere with the integrity at all. It was a very intimate experience, there are only 8-10 seats at the sushi bar and that's it. It was also a bit pricey ($570 for two people, including 1 sake and 3 beers), but it was a great restaurant to splurge at and well worth it.
Our experience at Sushi Zo Tokyo is the highlight of our trip to Tokyo. I can’t imagine having sushi anywhere else as good (excellent!) as what we had that night. The whole experience from the chef engaging with the guests to the service was memorable. We are from Philadelphia USA and happy to have been told by the chef that there are 2 Sushi Zo in New York, 1 1/2 hours away. We will be certain to make the trip!!
Overpriced, short course.
Went here with my family. 6 of us in total. We had the place to ourselves. The music was a bit loud at first but they kindly turned it down upon request. Everything else was amazing, from the service, ambiance and the sushi. One of the best omakase sushi experiences I have had in Tokyo and the chef was very friendly and engaging and provided a fantastic experience. Can’t wait to eat here again.
On my trip to Tokyo with my son, I was looking for a top omakase sushi experience. And I found it. Chef prepares sushi in front of you. Account for about 2 hours!
We had an amazing time...mind blowing meal from start to finish
We ate here, Iwa, Take, Onodera, as well as a few other less known places during our trip. This was the unanimous favorite among the group. Shinji really has the best quality fish out of any place we tried. We were also very surprised as his rating on Tabelog was somehow not very high
Nice sushi place. Not too crowded and not at all rushed. Chef's extremely friendly. Interesting fish selection.
Amazing meal! Great service and very friendly sushi chefs. Love this place.
The food and everything was amazing!!!
We had a truly special experience at Sushi Zo Tokyo. Chef Shinji Nakamura was friendly, skilled and knowledgable. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to try authentic Japanese sushi in Tokyo.
Sushi Zo Tokyo was an amazing dining experience and truly made our trip to Tokyo. Our chef made each piece of sushi in front of us and described why each ingredieng was used and how fish were chosen at the Tsukiji fish market. A truly magical night.
The best omakase experience I’ve had in Japan! Everything was top quality and delicious
We celebrated our reunion here.
They offer Omakase only, and the quality, selections and presentation of the dishes served by Chef Shinji Nakamura were above and beyond our expectations.
Great service and intimate ambience make this place perfect!
This is a hidden gem worth a try.
Outstanding Experience, a must for any american travelers visiting Tokyo. We ate here last Saturday and the ambiance was perfect. This will be a must for me going forward whenever I visit Tokyo.
Executive Chef, Shinji Nakamura, did an excellent job of walking us through the selection and prepared a wonderful assortment of fish from all over the island.
If you've had Sushi Zo in the states and enjoyed it, then look no further than here. Reservations required.
This was by far the best sushi meal we have ever had! The restaurant was so intimate and the chef was smiling the entire time. The food was among the best I’ve tasted and we can’t wait to come back!
I’ve been to Sushi Zo in Bangkok twice and both experiences were great, the second time quite phenomenal actually. When I tried to make a booking for sushi in Tokyo, Sushi Zo was available whilst most other joints were not, I had doubts but I let it pass coz when I called they said they would put me at the sushi counter, at least I didn’t have to go for conveyor belt sushi, and I had to trace form Hakuba to Tokyo that day, but it was a total let down. From food to service it was not my kind of Tokyo standard, I posted no pictures AT ALL, that tells a lot.
Michelin star group from USA has just opened this restaurant in Tokyo.