The space is an eight-seat sushi counter.
Head Chef Mitsutaka Harada prepares a wide range of sushi dishes that can be paired with a variety of cocktails, Japanese whiskeys, or sake.
At Sushi Suite, the goal is for customers to get the omakase experience, which is a meal of dishes selected by the chef and costs about $185 per person before tax and tips.
“To be able to hear a chef describe their food, taste the passion behind it, and see it being made in front of you is a show in and of itself, and we want everyone to be able to experience this style of dining,” said Michael Sinensky, founder of SimpleVenue.
SimpleVenue is the New York-based restaurant group that owns Sushi Suite.
It also has plans to open two Sushi by Bou locations in Philadelphia over the next several months, adding more to a growing sushi scene in the city.
Read more about the new sushi place inside a popular Japanese restaurant in Phillyvoice.
The omakase experience is a special one for sushi lovers.