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David Bouhadana

  • Blogs

    June 2, 2014

    Butterfish: Good Sushi Served in an Urban Ghost Town

    For this week's review, I checked in on David Bouhadana's groovy tunes and formidable knife skills at Sushi Dojo (110 First Avenue, 646-692-9398). The young, American-born chef's love for his craft is readily apparent in the fastidious way he treats his oceanic bounty, and the East Village spot succ ... More >>

  • Dining

    May 28, 2014
  • Blogs

    May 28, 2014

    Ogle This Eye Candy From Sushi Dojo

    For this week's review, Zachary Feldman checks in on Sushi Dojo (110 First Avenue, 646-692-9398), the East Village temple to raw fish 27-year-old David Bouhadana opened last year, where he finds the chef presiding over a serious -- if unusual -- team dedicated to its craft. "This Oz-like group of su ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 1, 2014

    These Are the Four Best Things We Ate in NYC This Week

    Over the past week in NYC, we've chowed down on some great sashimi, excellent cioppino, and one helluva stack of pancakes. Here are the four best things we ate this week.

  • Blogs

    February 25, 2014

    Five Great Affordable Tasting Menus in NYC

    Multi-course degustation journeys have proliferated in this city over the years, and while an hours-long feast can make for a unique dining experience, the expense can take a toll. Lately, some niche restaurants have offered a solution: four- to five-course menus that don't break the bank and change ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 16, 2013

    Sushi Dojo's Omakase, One of Our 100 Favorite Dishes

    Later this year, we'll pen our Best of New York issue, our annual love letter to what's great in this town. When that paper hits the streets, you'll find our picks for the very best this city has to offer when it comes to dozens of cuisines, restaurants, dishes and drinks. Until then, you can get a ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 26, 2013

    Sushi Dojo's Chef David Bouhadana Does Sushi With a Convert's Zeal

    "I always say, I didn't find sushi, it found me," says chef David Bouhadana, who commands the counter at newly opened East Village sushi spot Sushi Dojo (110 First Avenue). He's a Jewish guy who was raised in Florida, he explains, but at 18, he fell into his first sushi job after one of the sushi ch ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 10, 2010

    Open & Closed: Say Hello to El Cobre; Goodbye to The Elephant

    Restaurants and bars, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and bowing out this week. The Elephant, the French-Thai eatery on East First Street, has closed its doors for good after many months of uncertainty. [EV Grieve] Following the loss of its young chef, David Bouhadana, Su ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 16, 2010

    David Bouhadana Has Left Sushi Uo

    Casey Kelbaugh for the New York TimesDavid Bouhadana says sayonara to Sushi Uo.​Well, you can't say he didn't warn us: Less than three months after telling Fork in the Road that he didn't plan to stick around for long, Sushi Uo's David Bouhadana has left the kitchen. Eater reports that the 23- ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 25, 2009

    Scenes from Sushi Uo's Omakase: Creations of a 23-Year-Old American Sushi Chef

    ​ When you sit down at the sushi bar at Sushi Uo, a new Japanese restaurant on the Lower East Side, the first thing you might notice is that the head sushi chef isn't Japanese; he's an American named David Bouhadana. The second thing you notice is how young he looks--because he's 23. Ascending ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 25, 2009

    Chatting with David Bouhadana on Being a Young Sushi Chef, The State of NYC Sushi, and Why Sushi May Disappear

    Casey Kelbaugh for The New York Times​David Bouhadana is the 23-year-old executive chef of Sushi Uo, a new sushi restaurant on the Lower East Side. Earlier today, we showed you a few of Bouhadana's dishes. Here, we talk with him about how he's gotten where he is at such a young age, the state ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 6, 2009

    Open & Closed: Say Hello to UO; Goodbye to Elvie's Turo-Turo

    The new Sigmund Pretzel Shop on the Lower East Side was opened by pastry chef Lina Kulchinsky and partner Tricia Wancko. Expect small batch, hand-twisted pretzels, plain or dressed up with spreads and dips, both sweet and savory. [Always Hungry] Sushi UO has opened on the Lower East Side with 23-ye ... More >>

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