Opening on Jan 27 on Greenwich Avenue, Kissaki will honor the Japanese tradition of Omakase

The popular New York City Omakase restaurant Kissaki is will open its 5th location and first in Connecticut, at 355 Greenwich Ave on Jan 27 for take out and delivery to start.

Kissaki will open on Wednesday, Jan 27, next to Richards, in the space that formerly occupied Pierangelo and da sola.

Kissaki will open on Jan 27, 2021 at 355 Greenwich Avenue. Photo: Leslie Yager

Despite the pandemic, Kissaki owner Garry Kanfer has not slowed down, expanding to the Hamptons, Upper West Side and Long Island City last year and now Greenwich in 2021.

Kissaki offers a culinary experience honoring the Japanese tradition of Omakase. There are locations in NoHo, on the Upper West Side, in Long Island City in addition to a full-service location in Southampton.

Executive chef Mark Garcia started his journey into sushi-making with a decade-long mentorship with Chef Kaze Chan of Sushi-san, who has a 30-year history of opening innovative sushi restaurants including Heat, Mirai Sushi, Kaze Sushi and Macku Sushi.

Chef Garcia has worked in numerous restaurant and hotel kitchens over his career including the Waldorf Astoria and The Wit and J.W. Marriott Chicago.

On of Kissaki’s delivery offerings. Kissaki is located at 355 Greenwich Ave. Photo: Ben Hon

In 2014, he was able to rejoin Chef Kaze and Michelin-starred Chef Jeff Ramsey to collaborate and develop the menu and design for the sushi bar in Momotaro. This multi-dimensional sushi, izakaya and bar remain popular today.

In 2016, Chef Garcia debuted his modern omakase at Gaijin in Astoria, Queens. “Gaijin” translates to “outsider” in Japanese, and Garcia considers himself an outsider whose deep appreciation of the culture and craft ultimately led him to open his own restaurant. The term “outsider” is also a nod to Mark’s experience overcoming external doubts about his place in the sushi world. Rather than giving in, Chef Mark has embraced his role as an outsider and used the doubt as motivation to get him to where he is today. 

On of Kissaki’s delivery offerings. Kissaki is located at 355 Greenwich Ave. Photo: Ben Hon
On of Kissaki’s delivery offerings. Kissaki is located at 355 Greenwich Ave. Photo: Ben Hon

Garry Kanfer is the founder of Big Drop, a full-service digital agency, servicing Fortune 500 clients.  Known for building brands and designing world-class digital experiences, Big Drop was integral to the creation of the Kissaki brand. When COVID-19 hit NYC, Kanfer spearheaded Kissaki’s overnight transformation to a rapid production take-out model and now has expanded to offer outdoor dining and delivery services.

The menu will include Kissaki’s Premium Omakase Boxes offered in several sizes for delivery: Primi ($35), Señor Maguro ($59), Midi ($64) and Maxi ($108). Other menu items include Futomaki (Fat Rolled Sushi),  Nigiri, Maki and more. Dessert options include Kissaki’s delicate chiffon layer cakes available in a variety of flavors ranging from Black Tea Boba to Black Sesame Yuzu and more.  To make your at home experience extra special, Kissaki is offering Premium Products including Kissaki Black Caviar 125g ($125), an Uni Tray from Santa Barbara 200g ($130) and more.

Kissaki’s full menu can be found by visiting,

Wednesday-Sunday 5:00pm – 10:00pm
Lunch will be introduced in the months ahead.

Delivery will be offered via the Kissaki website by visiting  Orders will also be accepted via Caviar/Doordash, GrubHub/Seamless, Postmates and Uber Eats.