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Plant-Based Sushi Omakase Restaurant Debuts in New York City

Omakaseed at Plant Bar will be opening on April 30 in the NoMad neighborhood of New York City.

Omakaseed at Plant Bar
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Omakaseed at Plant Bar

Omakaseed at Plant Bar will be opening on April 30 in the NoMad neighborhood of New York City.

Plant-based sushi is one of the fastest-growing trends in the vegan culinary world. The latest to join this trend is Omakaseed at Plant Bar, a plant-based sushi omakase restaurant that will debut in New York City on April 30.

New Vegan Omakase Restaurant

Omakaseed at Plant Bar is a small, intimate plant-based omakase dining experience that will open in the NoMad neighborhood of New York City on April 30. Omakaseed will strive to bring global flavors and seasonal plant-based ingredients to those looking for a unique dining experience.

Led by Michelin star chef Roberto Romero, the cuisine at Omakaseed will strive to reinvent the vegan sushi experience. Following traditional omakase dining, the dishes at Omakaseed will be chef-driven and will focus on in-season produce. Omakase refers to a style of dining in which the chef prepares dishes based using his or her culinary expertise and offers them to guests in a series of courses.

Omakaseed will feature an intimate eight-seat sushi bar and will offer five seatings per night. Seatings will be available Wednesday-Saturday from 5:30-10:30pm, with an extra-late seating on Saturday nights at 11:30pm. This vegan sushi experience costs $85 per person and includes 17 courses. Omakaseed is located inside Plant Bar at 1204 Broadway, New York, NY 10001.

Plant-Based Sushi in New York City

While the dishes at Omakaseed will rotate weekly, guests can expect to find familiar favorites being served such as Vegan Nigiri and Miso Soup. Innovative dishes such as Watermelon Tuna and Sunomono Style Pulled Oyster Mushroom Salad will also be available.

Omakaseed will also offer a specialty cocktail menu featuring fresh fruits and vegetables and punny names, such as Feel the Beet, Practice What You Peach, Who’s Your Edamame, and Mint to Be.

For more information or to make a reservation, visit Omakaseed.com.

Cayla White


Cayla has been writing for VegOut since 2020 and has been plugged into the LA vegan food scene since Veggie Grill was pretty much the only vegan restaurant in the city. Aside from writing articles, Cayla enjoys embracing their inner 85-year-old by listening to classical music, making playlists for their friends, and staying active through swimming, hiking, cycling, and yoga. In their free time, Cayla likes writing poetry, learning about outdoor survival and alternative lifestyles, and is always searching for the best loaf of sourdough bread.

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