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Haru Sake Bar
Posted by liowik on 12/10/2013
I have been going here occasionally for years, and they have some really great dishes... salmon teriyaki, tuna steak with walnut sake sauce, and I do like their ginger dressing too... The overall rating for this place should be no less than 4 of 5 stars, so I thought I'd chime in.
Posted by Charles on 05/24/2013
Why are there no reviews for this restaurant for the last two years? This is a chinese owned sushi restaurant with rude service. The food is mediocre and there are only the regular sushi fish that every cheap restaurant offers, no special types of fish. It's like the McD's of sushi, and it's a chain.
Posted by Russ T on 02/28/2010
Love this sushi! When asked if they would deliver to 93rd and 2nd, they said "No problem". Funny as a Sushi Restaurant, with the same name, directly across the street said it would be 10 dollars to deliver lost a 175.00 order. PS. I would have tipped at least 10 dollars anyway..
Posted by Anonymous on 07/27/2008
I was told the place was great. I went and was disappointed. The music is way too loud, the sushi is fresh but not so tasty. I ordered roll with spicy tuna, still looking for the spicy taste..... Won't go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/20/2008
...but I did. I went to Haru Sake Bar on a Sunday evening with three friends. The wait was horrendous, so we decided to sit at the bar. It was loud and uncomfortable and although I paid over 60 dollars for a meal that consisted of two appetizers, I left unsatisfied and frenzied. I like the regular restaurant - Haru - across the street a lot better. Even for a date.
Posted by UES on 11/26/2007
More than once here I have had spotty service. They get busy and the servers get clueless. But the menu is good and the atmosphere tops. Great date spot. It is pricey, especially the sake. The cheapest bamboo is $18 and it is barely 6 shots. You are better off getting the flight, which is 4 different sakes for $12 (same price as the cheapest bamboo essentially).
Posted by Anonymous on 11/05/2007
The food and atmosphere here are phenomenal. The sushi is always freshly prepared, and the appetizers (particularly the king crab dumplings and tempura rock shrimp) are amazing. The service is sometimes slow, sometimes indifferent. The ambiance here is also fantastic - great to eat with friends or a date. I would recommend this restaurant if you don't care too much about service.