Can you beat the clock? New York City sushi chef sets timer on customers

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Inside the restaurtant where customers are timed during their meal. (WABC)

How quickly can you eat a meal? A New York City sushi chef is giving his customers 30 minutes to down 12 pieces of sushi, and yes, there's a clock, counting you down.

At Sushi by Bou in the Meatpacking District, customers pay $50 to eat sushi in a race against the clock. Diners who finish within the allotted time are then invited to sample chef specials off the menu.

**Video above shows chef who sets a timer on his customers**

Chef David Bouhadana, who was trained in Japan, serves his sushi omakase style, which means chef's choice.

Sushi by Bou in Gansevoort Market is located at 353 West 14th Street. Reservations are only available via text at 917-870-1587.

He recently opened a second location at The Sanctuary Hotel, that's at 132 West 47th Street.

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