Discover Restaurants offering the best Sushi food in Commack, New York, United States. Commack (/koʊmæk/ or /kɑːmæk/) is a census designated place (CDP) that roughly corresponds to the hamlet by the same name in the towns of Huntington and Smithtown in Suffolk County, New York, United States, on Long Island. The CDP's population was 36,124 at the 2010 census.
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3 based on 26 reviews
This Buffett style Chinese, restaurant has changed a lot, since it opened, many, many years ago.in one corner like clockwork, you see every Monday for lunch, as it opens at 11:30 AM an elder lady and a younger lady her caretaker eating lunch, both are only eating what their religion allows them, one is Jewish, the other Muslim Egyptian. I did not notice it until just last year, that they picked And ate only certain foodi. Azza the Egyp lady only eats vegetable, Benice the other, fish, rice and chicken. My friend Otto who just moved down South and I sat at another table and having great conversations, one was, that the food did not taste as in the past, the waiting staff has constantly new faces, very hard to befriend with them. Everything taste very salty, at time very cold, but always plentiful.
Beautiful decor in this sushi restaurant. Very comfortable seating. I started my order very conservatively. There is just so many choices! The apps were great, except the pork Gyoza (frozen). Sushi was well rolled. Fish quality was good. I found some of the rolls were filled with mostly cucumber. Service is very friendly and attentive. Overall, a nice experience. I will return again, when starving.
5 based on 18 reviews
We went here for dinner - it's a small mom-and-pop sushi restaurant. The service was friendly and attentive. Food came out quick and it was delicious!! Make sure to try the Oyster Yaki (Pan Fried Oyster with garlic/butter sauce). I also tried their non-alcoholic drinks called "Cupid" and "Kura Kura". They are carbonated drinks with condensed milk in the bottom. I've never seen it on the menu at other restaurants before. Definitely worth trying. Their sushi rolls are fresh and tasty. We will definitely be back!
4 based on 30 reviews
We come here often. The food is consistently good & the wait staff is friendly. You are not rushed, the decor has been updated, although not flashy like the other local Japanese restaurants in the area are. Great place to go to because it is not loud; you can actually have a conversation with everyone at your table and hear what everyone has to say. Even their Koean food is top notch!
4 based on 62 reviews
Hi again...it's the travelin' agents from Consumers Travel World. Here we are on Long island. We had a large group of relatives. The food was beautifully prepared...and the individual chef who made the servings on a large hibachi performed a boisterous and fun show---squirting sake at your mouth from a distance, tossing small pieces of food at your face to see if you could catch it in your mouth...like a seal----and plenty of noise. Fun for all and good food at reasonable prices.
4 based on 101 reviews
We ate here with our kids this past Sunday. Everything we ordered, was clearly older fish, as it smelled. Some items to the point that you couldn't eat them. When you go to good sushi restaurants, you cannot smell the fish when it arrives at the table, especially items like raw Tuna. Even the $15 a piece Fatty Tuna was clearly past its prime. Shame on us for going to place in the suburbs on a Sunday. Shame on Nisen for serving it. Will not go back.
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