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“There's a reason why it's always packed...”
Review of Sen

Ranked #18 of 54 Restaurants in Sag Harbor
Price range: USD 31 - USD 40
Cuisines: Sushi, Asian, Japanese, Seafood
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Restaurant details
Good for: Bar Scene
Dining options: After-hours, Dinner, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: Bay Street (on Main - Rt 79) south of Bay
Transit: Local Bus between Hamptons and Riverhead stops in front of the Municipal building on Main Street approx 70 yards south of Sen Restaurant. Hamptons Jitney, services between the Hamptons and New York City stops in front of the Sag Harbor Cinema on Main street approx 100 yard south of Sen Restaurant on the opposing side of the street.
Description: Sen follows Japanese traditions by using local seasonal items that reflect seafood and produce freshness and availability. The cuisine at Sen always utilizes the highest quality, freshest ingredients. Japanese favorites such as Chicken Teriyaki or Yakitori, Chicken Curry Katsu, Vegetable and Shrimp Tempura, Edamame, Ramen and Soba Noodle dishes -- cooked in our hot foods kitchen -- are served alongside an incredible selection of famously delicious sushi and sashimi prepared by master sushi chefs. Please enjoy a glass or a carafe of sake from our carefully curated sake list -- the largest selection in the Hamptons -- or one of our signature cocktails with your meal. Sen Restaurant is a Sag Harbor icon, with over 20 years in the same location. Housed in an historic building near the Sag Harbor Marina, its contemporary copper-capped, warm, wood-beam interior is accented by original artwork from internationally acclaimed Sumo & Kabuki artist, Lynn Matsuoka
Reviewed 4 September 2018 via mobile

Sen never disappoints even after all these years. The freshest fish and nice presentation make it a meal always worth the slightly high price you pay. Congrats to all the servers who have a hectic and demanding crowd.

Thank mybrosko
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Reviewed 12 August 2018 via mobile

Was always a wonderful atmosphere with good drinks but food had been average. This year is seems like they’ve upgraded the food. Sushi and sashimi are very good as are most of the entrees. Only thing was the chicken skewers have gone downhill — tasteless other than a hint of scallion. If you stick to the sushi and sashimi you’ll be delighted.

Thank hf8675309
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Reviewed 23 July 2018 via mobile

Another great Dog friendly restaraunt in Sag Harbor, we were able to snag one of the tables out front and were promptly brougt a water bowl for our Dog.
We ordered hot sake and a craft beer. The sake was smooth and not over powering. We ordered a spicy tuna roll next-really good, not too saucy- just right. Next up: shishito peppers: with lemon and salt- they were roasted perfectly, lemon on the side- just boardering on spicy, but seemed unsalted- Very Tasty. Trader Joe’s sells these kind of peppers and their easy to roast. Great little side dish-
Next, they have a selection of soups from miso to ramen to udon- a bother option was the yam noodles which was what I choose-( gluten free) as well as a gluten free broth- I was pleased. The waiter kind of discouraged my ordering the yam
Noodles because of negative feed back , but I decided to try it anyway, as I know that they won’t taste like regular noodles. I Loved the texture. 3 dollar upcharge on the GF noodles, 3$ upcharge on the GF broth - we ordered the rainbow roll which was beautiful and equally as good as the Spicy tuna roll. It was pleasant dining, and amounted to about 100$ including 3 total cocktails and the 9$ Sake was a nice basic, clean tasting sake. Would eat here again. Menu wasn’t crazy different, pretty straight forward with sushi, soups and what looked like hibachi style entrees,

Thank Terry I
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Reviewed 23 July 2018

Way too expensive. We had a $600 bill for family of 4. Way too expensive. But sushi was good. No reservations are taken at this restaurant. Folks ended up waiting in rain 5oday.

Thank Joyce I
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Reviewed 21 July 2018 via mobile

We were there on Tuesday when they open for dinner at 5:30 and there was a line to get in. The place was filled with families with lots of kids. By 6 pm, it was filled up and many of the kids were screaming and crying or running around. It was so noisy, we couldn’t hear each other across the small table. The food was good but the overall experience was awful. Welcome to summer in the Hamptons. We will wait until fall to go back.

Thank SallyAnn48
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