The Low Down
What to Drink: The sake menu is one of the longest in the city, stretching up to $200 bottles. Though saketini cocktails are now commonplace, they're rarely mixed as well as they are here.
Where to Sit: The top floor is an elegant and discreet dining room, the middle floor holds a bistro and the sushi bar, while the bottom lounge is dark, sexy and fun.
The Extras: BondSt has a large private dining room for private parties and corporate events.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
This townhouse triplex is a hot spot with attitude to match---lots of attitude. Image-conscious diners in new designer outfits seem to pack the place. The black-clad staff, though, is accommodating and gracious. The candle-lit cocktailâ¦
By mikek1752319599 at Citysearch
Get the Dirty Martini with 3BAR OLIVE JUICE. Soo good! Read More
By ObrienNYC at Citysearch
I have gone here 3-4 and every time the sushi has been fantastic. The service is also very good. It is a little on the expensive side in terms of p... Read More
Citysearch Editorial Review
By Patrick Heig at Citysearch
BondSt has been in Noho long enough to have earned a reputation. Some know it as the celebrity hangout it was in its early days. Most know it for t... Read More
By dolls doll at Citysearch
Great food, decor and service. To me this is the best Japanese restaurant in town. \r My recommendation is the sea bass. you MUST try it. Oh so goo... Read More
Fresh high quality sushi
By Athena Chang at Citysearch
This is definitely one of the best sushi I have ever had. My boyfriend and I came here for their Restaurant Week menu and we were thrilled. Their g... Read More