597 Montauk Highway, Oakdale, NY 11769
(631) 567 - 1688
DescriptionOnsen Sushi is located at 597 Montauk Highway, Oakdale. Two handicapped (van)-accessible spaces are located very close to the street-level, single door entry. There is a very small entryway and then a plastic door to continue to the carpeted, dining room.
Tables and chairs, a full-height sushi bar, and several large booths occupy the two dining areas. There is not a lot of room between tables.
Single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restrooms are located in the rear, to the right of the sushi bar.
- Number of handicapped spaces: 2
Location of handicapped spaces: very close to entrance
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: very close
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalk in front of entrance
Location of handicapped entrance: main entrance
Doors: street-level, single door
Number of floors: 1
Width of aisles: a bit tight
Places to sit: tables & chairs, ful-height sushi bar, booths
Location of restrooms: in rear and to right of sushi bar
Type of restroom: single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible
Ease of entry and exit: OK
Baby changing station: no
Friendliness of staff: very friendly and professional
If you are going to, or coming from, the Noel Ruiz Theater, and like Japanese food, you should definitely plan on dining at Onsen Sushi. We found it by accident, and a happy accident it was! This restaurant, with decor that is, “…spare and cool, with a granite sushi bar, bamboo wall sculpture, blue lights, and etched glass…” serves, “…fresh, authentic, Japanese food in the heart of Oakdale.” (web) All we can add is that everything we had was delicious! From the cheery welcome as we entered, to the lovely server who made sure our tea cups were always full, to the wonderful, fresh sushi, and the cheery “good-by” as we left, our experience was a delightful surprise!
Onsen is located in a strip mall, with two, handiapped (van) -accessible spaces close to the street-level, single door entry. From here we walked through a plastic doorway to the carpeted dining area. Tables do not have a lot of space between them, but we think the food is worth it. If you walk to the sushi bar in the rear, and turn right, you will find a second dining area, with several, very large booths that seem to be perfect for larger parties. Single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restrooms are also located back here.
This unpretentious looking restaurant is definitely worth a trip! We will definitely be back!
As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to visit a venue’s website, www.onsensushi.com, when planning a visit, to know before you go