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Posted by Anonymous on 02/07/2009
I'm confused .. how did Zagat give this place a 28?!? There are so many better, less expensive sushi places in the City. I'm still puzzled. The fish just didn't taste good. It wasn't that it wasn't fresh, it just wasn't good at all. Even something as simple as tuna was subpar. I'll never go back and seriously am having a hard time returning to my weekly sushi ritual.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/15/2008
lets make this very simple: 1) The sushi was terrific, one of the best ive ever had. 2) The price was so insanely high that you wondered if you were on some sort of game show. 3) Maybye thats why on a saturday night my buddy and I were two of 6 people in the resteraunt. If money is no object to you (and i mean zero object as in you are a millionare not a 500k wall street guy) than i would def try it. For those of you whose salary is not on steroids I can not think of a resteraunt I would want to avoid more.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/14/2008
$600 for two for 10-15 pieces of sushi a person and the cheapest bottle of saki on the menu. I would never go to this place again and recommend you to never go either. When the check came at the end of the night, we were laughing at how insanely priced it was.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/31/2008
Don't go here! I went here thinking it would be the best sushi in the city. It was absolutely unacceptable! The toro was actually tough! Even the ginger looked unappetizing. The place was not very crowded, either I think something has gone wrong here recently. We eventually left without even eating the 70 dollars sushi plate because it was of such poor quality.
Posted by Liam on 08/22/2007
Not sure why anyone complains about the price. I had lunch for two people with ice cream and it was $70. And that included a tip. Very fresh authentic Japanese food. The food is outrageous the prices are not. It's tucked away on 47th street but worth looking for. Can't wait to go back.
Posted by Irritated Customer on 03/09/2007
$450 for two lunch omakase. (no drinks) Fish quality was superb but not even close to being worth these prices. Much better off at Gari for half the price. Or fly to LA and eat at horizen for eqally good fish and still pay less including your round trip ticket.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/31/2006
I was the only non japanese in the restaurant. Had the sushi omakase, and it was fantastic. Really a cut above other places, but it will cost you. Omakase cost about 2x yasuda and gari's. Not sure I can afford to go back, but if you can get someone to take you, this is the spot.