Sushi Masters Explain the Art of Omakase | Food Skills



In Japanese cuisine, the concept of “omakase” leaves the choices entirely up to the chef. At Shuko, one of the premiere sushi restaurants in NYC, the menu is driven by the imaginations of Nick Kim and Jimmy Lau, as well as the whims of Mother Nature. Hyper-fresh cuts of bluefin tuna, squid, barracuda, and needlefish travel from the chefs’ hands directly to the diners’ plates. The result is a meal that flows seamlessly from one course to the next. One of Manhattan’s most traditional omakase experiences, as well as one of its most boundary-pushing, Shuko is a bucket-list destination for sushi obsessives worldwide.

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