Salmon sushi made in Sushi by Bou at Sanctuary Hotel New York

Sushi by Bou

Dining area chairs in Sushi by Bou at Sanctuary Hotel New York
Japanese Sushi in Sushi by Bou at Sanctuary Hotel New York
Decorated sushi in Sushi by Bou at Sanctuary Hotel New York
Sushi served in Sushi by Bou at Sanctuary Hotel New York

What does a young Jewish guy from Florida know about sushi?  If you’re talking about David Bouhadana, the answer is “a lot.”  After he stumbled into the world of sushi back in Boca Raton as an 18-year-old waiter, Bouhadana found his calling and fast-tracked his career to build a resume that rivals even the most established names in the industry today.  He spent his early 20’s training in the Kansai region of Japan, learning from the masters and perfecting his craft.  When he returned to the states, he began to build his reputation in New York City in the kitchens of restaurants including Sushi Uo and Morimoto. 

Bouhadana’s energetic personality behind the omakase counter, paired with his expertly-seasoned technical skills, grew him a cult-like following at Sushi Dojo and – most recently – Sushi on Jones.  He’s made a name for himself by recreating Japan’s authentic fast-casual omakase concept with his own signature style.  Bouhadana was named one of the top chefs in the country under 30 by Zagat, and recently won a New York Emmy Award for his web series Shokunin: An Eater Series hosted by David Bouhadana.  Now he’s serving what he guarantees to be his best omakase yet- infused with his signature style and worthy of his namesake, at Sushi by Bo?.

132 West 47th Street 10036 New York United States