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Posted by yikes on 11/28/2011
ummm... sat next to a group w a toddler who proceeded to jump around to every table in our section... put his hands on our very small table ... blow out our candles at least 5 times... awesome ..i love kids , spitting on my food... while the caretakers did not tae responsibility for that child .. neither did the manager.. as it was his friends kid..... atrocious. might've been a good experience otherwise?
Posted by anonymous on 03/05/2010
Been here once so i cant say that i am basing this review on consitency. However, when i did go, it was on a double date, the atmostphere was perfect, the food was amazing, the service was pretty good (not outstanding, but also felt taken care of). I work in a 5 star facility so maybe i am being a bit of a stickler. Anyone complaining about the $ should know that in manhattan you get what you pay for. While it was extremely expensive, it was worth every dollar in my eyes. The girls loved it, as did me and my freind and the bill for four (we were stuffed and drank a ton) was 350 with tip.
Posted by Not for the Restaurant week. on 01/29/2010
This is not the perfect place to go during the restaurant week or even lunch. You should go deeper where chefs are and eat in front of them. I hate the place which like <Theme park of Japan> if you know what I mean. So this is a place for me. It is not for everybody. If you want to go to more authentic sushi bars, go Sushi Yasuda or Sushi Den.
Posted by Max on 12/12/2009
I have been to Bond St a handful of times over the past few years, and always had a pretty good experience. However, after the dining experience I had recently, I will not be returning. The portions seemed to have diminished in size considerably, and the Toro Tartare tasted so off my friend nor I could bother to finish it. The gem of the evening was that after asking for the waiter's advice for a bottle of sake, he brought the wrong bottle of sake (unbeknownst to us, as we told the waiter we were unfamiliar with sake) -- they proceeded to charge us for the more expensive bottle, and even brought out the manager, which evidently made a scene in the small restaurant. I was appalled, and, needless to say, will not be returning.
Posted by Dissatisfied on 10/17/2009
You know, I've been here a few times and been pretty happy and drunk when I left. But not tonight. The food was so expensive and the wait staff -- from the model hostesses to the uptight servers -- were just too much. I will not be made to feel bad for leaving only a 20% tip, but the waitress didn't feel bad about glaring at me as I left. Good food is one thing; feeling uncomfortable after you drop 200 dollars because a waitress wants more money is entirely another. I'm going to waste my time around a more courteous group of people. I'm never going back.
Posted by Cygirl on 08/14/2009
Went last night and the place was a disaster. It was not crowded, just looked like a party just cleared out. Not very chill vibe. Food is great but very expensive, as is the Sake. The service was a joke but nobody really cared once those seabass skewers arrived.
Posted by Japanese Cuisine Fanatic on 06/05/2009
Went there tonight & it was very very good. Food: We tried 7 dishes. The ones that are must tries are the wagyu tataki, seafood risotto and the big eye tuna tart. I would skip the uni chiwamushi. Everything was delightful & very flavorful. A lot of truffle oil used though, almost in every dish. This is not the type of place where I would order a california roll, or a spicy tuna roll... Of course if you order these it would be considered too expensive. Atmosphere: Like a cozy trendy apt. Nice. Value: Pretty good value considering overpriced places like Morrimoto...etc. For the food, it is excellent. Service: Again, really good. Not overbearing & attentive.