Job is saved!

Click your avatar to
access saved jobs and applications

Sushi Cook
Morimoto - NY
88 10th Avenue, New York, NY, United States
Morimoto - NY hiring Sushi Cook in New York, NY

Morimoto - NY hiring Sushi Cook in New York, NY

Morimoto - NYMore Info

Full Time • Hourly (Based on Experience)
Expired: Jun 4, 2019

Sorry, this job expired on Jun 4, 2019. Below are other jobs that may be of interest to you.


1 year

Job Details

Morimoto NY is seeking qualified and highly experienced hourly Sushi Cooks and Sushi Chefs!

Candidate Requirements:

  • 3+ years of experience preferred in a notable kitchen / restaurant, with experience working with sushi specifically 
  • Drive for perfection and a relentless commitment to the highest level of technique and quality of ingredients 
  • Career-minded, punctual, reliable and desire to learn to move up in the ladder 
  • Team player, no egos / attitude! 
  • Sense of urgency during day to day operation 
  • Strong work ethic, team player

About Morimoto NY:
(via Zagat) "There's a reason he's an Iron Chef" gush admirers of Masaharu Morimoto's West Chelsea namesake, which "breaks the mold" with "unforgettable" Japanese cuisine (including an "elaborate" omakase) set down by "expert" servers in a "fantasy" setting; it's "everything you'd expect it to be" -- not excluding the "high-end" cost.

Compensation details

STARR Restaurants offers heath care after 90 days, employee dining discounts in over 30 of our Starr Restaurants, and abundant growth opportunities!

Required Skills

Advanced Knife Handling


Fish Cookery

Fish butchery

Meat Butchery

Sushi Making

Up to 100 covers a night

Up to 200 covers a night

Up to 300 covers a night

Up to 50 covers a night

Vegetable Breakdown

Vegetable cookery

Read more

View Job Description

Japanese, Sushi

Fine Dining

1 Employee RecommendationSee Details

Part of STARR Restaurants

Morimoto is the New York City interpretation of Executive Chef Masaharu Morimoto’s namesake Philadelphia restaurant. Designed by world renowned architect Tadao Ando, the restaurant’s entrance features the world’s largest Japanese Noren curtain set against a massive façade of austere steel. Inside is an extraordinary open kitchen surrounded by a 24-seat sushi bar where diners can watch Morimoto and his chefs at work. On every level of the restaurant guests enjoy the elaborate menu where East meets West. Glass partitions create a private atmosphere between tables and a wall made of 17,000 spring water bottles add a touch of New York drama to this tranquil atmosphere.