If you are looking for slow service, wrong food delivered and sukiyaki that had mostly cabbage and onion, this is your place. The sukiyaki had little meat, not many noodles, and no enoiki mushrooms. Expensive and disappointing.
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We made a reservation from a party of 4 and they gave us a very nice corner table. Definitely go with their special sushi rolls. I don’t recall the names but there’s one called something white lady roll is to die for. A great place...More
So many restaurants here within a few blocks so we had to try it. Udon noodle soup was OK. Sushi and shrimp were good. Service is friendly.
Loving the salmon teriyaki bento lunch. super variety of foods, good value for the money. usually quiet at lunch. has a real sushi bar.
A decent menu, reasonable prices, a good selection of sake, also at reasonable prices but nothing outstanding or memorable. Service was good and friendly which makes me wish I could be more enthusiastic about the food.
There are many sushi restaurants in Manhattan especially on the upper Eastside. This is a standout because the staff is consistently attentive, the prices are very reasonable, and the food is fresh and delicious. They have regular specials so there are new things to choose...More
Whether on the spot, or delivered, Isohama's sushi is always excellent, the special rolls in particular. Whenever we come to New York, we stay in the neighborhood, so even if they only see us a few times a year, the welcome is always as warm...More
Recommend by the concierge at our hotel, Isohama proved to be a very pleasant restaurant with excellent affordable sushi. Our tuna, salmon and shrimp rolls expertly balanced the flavors of the fish with the correct amount of rice, condiments and sauces so as not to...More