August 18, 2013
Although sushi originated in Japan, the fresh seafood and sticky rice dishes are almost an American staple. Luckily, we live on the East Coast which means we have an abundance of fresh sushi ingredients that restaurants take advantage of. Imagine being in a landlocked state! Check out our list of some spots where we’re sure you’ll find some spectacular sushi!
Kyoto Sushi & Hibachi Restaurant
If you’re coming back from the beach, and craving a little fresh seafood or even some hibachi, Kyoto is a great spot to try out. Located just two miles from Sandy Hook, they serve a variety of rolls showcasing their fresh fish. Looking for something more theatrical? Try their hibachi option.
2389 Hwy 36 N
Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716
Nobu New York
Is celeb spotting one of your favorite hobbies? If you aren’t afraid of spending a little extra to dine at this very famous spot, then make your way over to Nobu! Besides its elite clientele, Nobu features sushi with a Latin twist. Have you ever had jalapeño in your sushi? Well at Nobu anything is possible.
105 Hudson St
New York, NY
Curious about the way Buddhist monks used to live, or maybe you’re just not a fan of fish? Check out Kajitsu, the vegetarian sushi spot. Modeled after a shojin style of cuisine, the foundation of all Japanese cooking, the food is made using fresh ingredients which work together to enhance each individual flavor.
125 E 39th St
New York, NY 10016
If you happen to be in Red Bank, just a short drive away from our Atlantic Highlands terminal, stop by Sogo Sushi, a small sushi restaurant that exclusively uses brown rice. Why the switch? Brown rice is a much healthier whole grain, and Sogo does it right. With an interior on the smaller side, grab your rolls and head down the block to the park for a riverside view.
60 Monmouth St
Red Bank, NJ 07701
At Seastreak we happen to be big fans of seafood since we spend so much time on the water, and we love a good sushi roll! What’s your favorite sushi item? Are you more traditional, or do you prefer to try dishes that are a little wilder? Let us know your favorite place to dine on sushi on Facebook or Twitter!
Sea you soon,
The Seastreak Family
Filed Under: Destination Guides, New York City, Spectacular Sushi, Visiting New Jersey