This restaurant has a very discreet sign. The front is lime green with a portion of the window where you can look in to view the inside. However, the sign is so small, you would have to really look for it. The unobscure sign is a pencilled fish shape and tiny words next to it - sushi yasuda.
This evening, I decided to have the steamed monk fish liver as my first course. Sometimes the fishmonger at the Green Market at Dag Hammarskjold Park on 47th Street carry monk fish liver. I've steamed them at home myself. They're quite good. You can serve them cold or at room temperature and dip them in yuzu-soy sauce combination.
I opted for a little bit more:
This is a popular and highly regarded Japanese restaurant in the heart of New York City. It is one of my favorite restaurants. Located between 2nd and 3rd Avenues and 43rd street.