West Village's Namo Rolls Out Instagrammable Sushi Delivery Service

Victoria Valdez | May 21, 2019 | Food & Drink

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Do flower deliveries really delight you anymore? Fruit bouquets are such a bore. But a sushi arrangement? OK, we’ve got your attention. Namo, a chic little 20-seat Japanese spot in the West Village, has created Namo-Grams, picture-perfect to-go boxes of 16 sushi rolls that can be ordered online. “The Namo-Gram is a great way to send someone something delicious and instagrammable,” says Brandon Cohanim, owner and founder of Namo. Choose four types from a roster of sushi rolls including cucumber, blue crab, toro, salmon, lobster, salmon sashimi and yellowtail, which comes directly from Tokyo’s largest wholesale fish market, Toyosu. “Every box also comes with our soy sauce that we make in-house,” Cohanim says. “And sashimi comes with a side of ponzu.” Not only is the food handmade fresh with seaweed also flown in from Toyosu, but it’s arranged in such an aesthetically pleasing way, it’s almost too pretty to eat. Almost. From $15, namosushi.com ­



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