6333 Jericho Turnpike, Commack, NY 11725
Yokohama Sushi is located at 6333 Jericho Turnpike, Commack. There are two accessible parking spaces directly in front of the street-level, double door entrance.
Tables, booths and a sushi bar have adequate spacing between them.
Large, accessible, single-occupancy restrooms are located in a hallway to the left of the sushi bar. There are a few tables on the sidewalk outside.
- Attraction Type: dining
Number of handicapped spaces: 2
Location of handicapped spaces: extremely close to main entrance
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: extremely close
Transportation to venue offered: na
Places to rest: na
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalk
Location of handicapped entrance: main entrance
Doors: street-level, double doors
Number of floors: 1
Steps and staircases: na
Width of aisles: adequate space to navigate
Places to sit: sushi bar, tables and booths
Location of restrooms: in hallway to left of sushi bar
Type of restroom: large, accessible, single-occupancy
Ease of entry and exit: ok
Baby changing station: yes
Available food services: lunch and dinner
Friendliness of staff: very polite and professional
This was our first visit to the new Yokohama Sushi, in Commack.
After 15 years at the former location and a fire, they have moved farther east on Jericho Turnpike, and are now located in a strip mall next to the Commack Fire Department.
We found two, accessible parking spaces directly in front of the accessible, street-level, double door main entrance. A small entryway and another set of double doors took us into the modern, yet welcoming venue. We were greeted warmly and shown to our table. We found the space between the tables and booths to be adequate. At the back of the dining room is the sushi counter where the sushi chefs were busy preparing the delicious sushi and sashimi they serve. There are also several tables on the sidewalk in front of the restaurant.
The innovative menu is quite varied, making it difficult to decide on what to order. Our lovely waitress didn’t rush us at all, allowing us time to discuss and ask questions each time she returned. We finally made some decisions, which included duck spring rolls, sushi for two, a mango roll and dragon roll. All of them were beautifully presented as well as delectable. What more could one ask of a sushi restaurant?
Large, accessible, single-occupancy, restrooms have baby-changing stations as well. The only problem were the high-chairs stacked in front of the entrance to the ladies’ room, making is almost impossible for a wheelchair user to enter. I am hopeful that they will soon be gone.
All in all, we are happy to have Yokohama back in Commack.
As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to check a venue’s website, www.yokohamasushi.com, when planning an outing, to “know before you go,”