The team behind white-hot Los Angeles omakase export Sugarfish will roll out its second fish concept, KazuNori. The hand-roll bar, with two SoCal outlets, hits Nomad (15 W. 28th St.) on Friday with a 24-seat bar and both a la carte and set-menu options like three to six hand rolls per order, in combinations that include toro, yellowtail, snapper, and crab.
According to partner Lele Massimi, the company picked Nomad because they “love the neighborhood’s vibe and love that it’s also a food-centric destination.”
Just like Sugarfish — the group’s affordable, quality-minded sushi chainlet which landed in Flatiron last November, drawing epic waits — KazuNori will offer a near-identical dining experience to the West Coast locations, with staff building rolls using fish sourced from the same suppliers.
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