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Posted by Anonymous on 03/23/2004
The sushi is both delicate and tender. Great decoration & helpful service.
Posted by ashley on 03/01/2004
The food was spectacular. I even had a filet mignon and it was outstanding. The best part though was the pot de creme dessert, a must!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/05/2004
Had an absolutely amazing dinner. Chef Michael Vernon has done wonders!!! The mackarel tartare appetizer is a must, especially if you love tobiko. Everyone I was with loved their entrees; tons of flavor and texture, but light at the same time. Loved the litchie dessert!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/09/2004
Great food, great place, great service, pricey.
Posted by tomj887 on 01/08/2004
I was very impressed with the food at Geisha. Everything was so delicious, especially the sushi!! The decor is great and made our dining experience even better.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/06/2004
The restaurant, designed by David Rockwell, is gorgeous. At first I was annoyed to have to pay $8 for a pot of tea, but once I tasted the tea, I thought it was worth every penny. The green tea matcha parfait desert is sublime. And the sushi is pretty good too.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/04/2004
Geisha is a very serene and beautiful restaurant with a lot of asian detailing. We started with the tuna sandwich and the hamachi, and both were amazing. Then, we had the salmon and the cod. Both were light, and so full of flavor. The green tea dessert is very interesting and we would reccommend that you try it. The crowd for a Saturday night was very upscale, and mostly dates and family. I would go back to Geisha many times.