Great selections of sake and authentic Japanese foods. Pricey but good. I was surrounded by Asians in there!
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I recently went on my regular Friday afternoon lunch with my friend. I have been to this place quite a few years ago and I still remember the fish that they had served back then was amazing. It felt very fresh. That was dinner! We...More
I lived in Tokyo so when my friend suggested this izakaya for dinner I was a big skeptical. Boy was I WRONG! First off it was UN week so the Japanese delegation was in town in a big way. Another thing to remember, the Japanese...More
And the demonstration that Japanese cuisine is much more than just sushi. We brought a non convinced friend who left after appreciating a full dinner with tempura and other special dishes: porle belly, beef tongue and wagyu beef steaks. A nice and delicious experience
I tried this restaurant last night with a friend. The service was excellent. The sushi was super fresh, some of the best I have ever had. The grilled food was delicious as well. Will definitely be going back.
This, on the one hand, is a restaurant with authentic Japanese food, and on the other hand, there are American influences here. The owners of the restaurant recreated the meditative atmosphere of Japan in their establishment, decorating the interior with such details as lamps in...More
Not the typical Japanese restaurant. Rating each with stars. Ordered the following: - 12 pc. Sashimi *** (good sashimi, however, you can probably find the same quality of sashimi for less$) - 7 pc. Blue fin fatty tuna sashimi *** (same comment as above) -...More
Good food, broad selection at a high standard that was tasty and stylish. 90% Japanese customer base mostly businessmen. Still good as I haven't been back in a decade and it hasn't really lost a step. Tokyo pricing which is similar to NY pricing but...More
Excellent experience with memories of our visit in Tokyo. We enjoyed the hamachi sashimi, grilled bamboo shoots, warm tofu, flavored rice from a basket or pot, and the grilled oysters (large but seasoned well). Overall I would suggest the sashimi and grilled fish. The sake...More