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Posted by Anonymous on 12/05/2008
My office is a block from the restaurant. I've eaten here at least 15 times for both lunch and dinner, Italian and Japanese. One word comes to mind: attentive. The service, the choice of utensils, decor, everything. They are very accommodating, making half orders of pasta if you like. And who ever heard of adding truffles for a mere $7? The pasta is always perfect, the desserts phenomenal, and the staff cares about every aspect of the meal. Other than the misleading name of the restaurant, everything comes off seamlessly. I love this place!
Posted by Tribeca Mon on 10/10/2008
My husband and I had a great meal here tonight. We came early and were the only two in the restaurant. I had the tasting menu, 6 courses of amazing mix of italian and japanese. Who would have thought that thest two culinary taste would mix so well. I had sushi, spaghetti, veal, steak and cheese cake. Nothing was missing. Our waiter was so nice, over and above service. One of the best experiences, you must go.
Posted by D$ on 08/26/2008
My wife and I sat at the sushi bar downstairs and ordered omakase style. The sushi chef was very receptive to our preferences/adversions. The quality product and care of the preparation was what I would expect at masa, nobu, etc. i cant remember the cost, but the omakase was a phenom value. Despite a language barrier, the waiter spend several minutes recommending a sake. the entire staff takes great pride. i look forward to diner upstairs at Greenwich Grill.
Posted by Kiff on 08/10/2008
As an Italian I would never typically go to a restaurant that mixes Italian food with Japanese cuisine but this places is actually has a in interesting concept that works really well. The Japanese service(which I love) is great here and the food is well uted. The menu is very diverse and as I stared at the menu I had hope in my mind that my wife would allow me to order everything on the menu....sadly that dream did not come true. But I now have the opportunity to go back again. I didn't go downstairs to see the sush bar but there was a steady stream of Japanese coming out of the downstairs restaurant so there must be some authenticity to it. Can't wait to go back. Great new addition to the neighborhood!
Posted by Aisle79 on 05/22/2008
Went here for an early dinner with a friend. Were seated promptly as the restaurant does not open for dinner until 5:30. Had chicken salad for appetizer which was great - the dressing was perfect and a good amount of veggies. My friend had prosciutto salad with fresh mozzarella and she said it was very fresh and tasty. I had Kobe beef for entree and was very disappointed unfortunately since I had heard good things about the dish. It was very fatty and tasted like my mother made steak in a frying pan with alot of oil. I could barely eat it. My friend went with lamb chops and loved it. For dessert we shared the chocolate fondant which is molten chocolate cake - very good. Service was excellent throughout, definitely the highlight of the meal. If we even looked over in the direction of our server, she would come right over.
Posted by rachel on 04/20/2008
Just went there last night - great service and delicious food! Very small portions, though, so make sure and listen to the recommended amount of food or you might leave a little less than satisfied. Mushroom risotto - awesome as was the Kobe beef and veal. Definitely love another meal from here!