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Posted by None on 02/08/2005
Not satisfied with nobu any longer I decided to go to Bondstreet. They have THE best spicy tuna roll of the city (the spicy yellow mayonaise is phenomonal). Service is good, everything came fast, they're nice and leave you alone. Avoid the crab salad in which is no crab to find and the lobster starter, it's like jello with a weird fishy taste. Sake list is good, loved the plum sake..
Posted by MikeyMikester on 01/29/2005
This restaurant has great food, there is no denying that. The sushi is always fresh and very tastey. The mixed garden salad is the best with their crispy rice noodles and miso dressing. You have to try this place at least once.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/03/2004
This place is very good, service is ok, It depends on the waiter you get, the setting is trendy and pretentious, but the food is worth it. I'll never eat at another sushi roll anywhere else.
Posted by anonymous on 11/09/2004
Once we were seated an hour late, asked for our wine three times, got our waiters attention and actually received everything we ordered our dinner at 12:30am was terrific.
Posted by Michael on 10/30/2004
I've been to bondst 3 times. The food is beautiful to look at, but the tastes are no match for the aesthetics. It is overpriced. Avoid the Kobe beef. For $22 you get banal beef sliced so thin that the quality is irrelevant, and the flavoring was too subtle. If you want to spend $$$ on great Japanese fusion, go to Nobu.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/03/2004
Not authentic Japanese, but who cares? The sesame crusted shrimp roll, sea bass skewers, sake-braised short ribs are all to die for. The B&T crowd is a little annoying, but the food is great. Did I mention the sesame crusted shrimp roll? I'm salivating.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/02/2004
I will never eat in another sushi place besides BOND. Their spicy tuna melts in your mouth, their sea bass skewers are to die for. My mouth is watering thinking about their food!