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  • Japanese, Vegan, Vegetarian
  • 125 E 39th St, New York 10016 40.727871 -73.984091
  • (Btwn Park & Lexington Ave)
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  • (212) 228-4873
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User Ratings (Based on 7 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4_5 Value 4
Service 4_5 Atmosphere 4_5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 228-4873
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC, JCB
Mon-Sat: 11:45am-2:45pm+5:30pm-10pm
Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch, Online Reservations, Private Parties, Prix Fix Menus, Take Out, Tasting Menu

User Reviews

  • Kajitsu

    Posted by Tashi on 2014-01-27

    Best over best

    Best atmospher I ever had in NYC

  • Kajitsu

    Posted by Cassey on 2011-05-31

    Undescribably Wabi Sabi

    Not your commercial digs by any means. The quality of ingredients is superb as is the outstanding preparation of each piece of culinary edible art. I am not vegetarian and enjoyed the excellent meal. By all means you must be prepared with a bit of backg

  • Kajitsu

    Posted by ashulman727 on 2009-11-17

    Our New Favorite NYC Restaurant

    We have been to Kajitsu twice and have loved it each time. As vegetarians, it is 100% hands-down, our new favorite restaurant. The atmosphere is extremely laid back. The food is delicious. The service is perfect. Even the plates that they use are a

  • Kajitsu

    Posted by anonymous on 2009-08-03


    First of all: This restaurant may not be for everyone. If you are not happy to walk out of a restaurant with a stomach full of hearty and big food, this is not your place. If you're not willing to pay top dollars for excellent craftsmanship/artistry in

  • Kajitsu

    Posted by ealge5 on 2009-07-27

    best meal ever

    this is, hands down, the best meal my husband and i have ever had. the style, taste, inventiveness, everything was faultless. honestly, the best meal i've had since arriving in nyc (which was feb). i am looking forward to going back!

  • Kajitsu

    Posted by Tomo on 2009-05-15

    New interpretation of Shojin Ryori

    Kajitsu's food is meticulously/painstakingly made, which you can tell if you are gourmet. I am a Japanese so I know what shojin (vegetarian kaiseki) is, but Kajitsu's shojin is modernized and more enjoyable than authentic shojin. (Real shojin is a little

  • Kajitsu

    Posted by SS on 2009-04-26

    Overpriced Vegetarian

    Kajitsu is so very expensive. There are much finer establishments in the city that offer far more delectable kaiseki cusine for a lesser price. I didn't find any of the dishes particularly inspiring (Had the extended course Hana). The service was plea

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