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Posted by paul from amsterdam on 08/07/2010
Just came back home from diner at Lure and it had a great time. The food is not spectecular but the setting is elegant and there are beautiful people who seemed to be at ease. For me it is a Ralph Lauren kind of restaurant. it is not cheap but didnt feel overcharged. Staff was excellent.
Posted by Bifpocaroba on 07/07/2010
I thought the food and sushi were very good but they couldn't get you out of the place fast enough. Wasn't a big fan of the service. There are better places but if in a pinch, its fine.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/02/2010
Great restaurant and atmosphere. We were seated right away, service was outstanding and the food delicious. This place is a bit expensive but perfect for date night!
Posted by uws123 on 12/28/2009
Went here for a late Sunday brunch. Very very slow kitchen. The place was maybe 10% full; the service was about 10% good. A perfectly pleasant waitress, who pretty much forgot everything (like ketchup for fries, etc and then forgot that we asked for the ketchup she forgot, etc.) Decent, not great food, smallish portions. And overpriced. The place looks nice with a good amount of room between tables, but I'd never go back.
Posted by O.P. on 07/27/2009
Went to Lure Fishbar on a Saturday night for dinner. Our server was really friendly and offered great suggestions. The food was good, the sea scallops and risotto were fantastic! The tuna tartar and the shrimp tempura were really good, too. This is a good place to bring a large group of friends, it does get a bit loud into the evening. The menu is a bit pricey, but I had a great time!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/15/2009
Tried Lure during Restaurant Week. The selection was pretty good. I had the shrimp tempura, sushi, and warm chocolate cake. My bf had the raw bar sampler, yellowfin tuna, and ice cream sandwiches. Practically everything was phenomenal! The sushi was your standard sushi though, nothing spectacular about it. I should have gotten one of the other fish dishes. We were seated right away and our waitress always smiled and was quite attentive. We never felt rushed and our drinks were always refilled, never hitting the bottom. The only downside is that it is quite loud and a lot of lip-reading and shouting was needed during the conversation. Great food, great service, great vibe to the place. Definitely try it for yourselves.
Posted by Rachel on 06/17/2009
this is NOT a sushi (or even raw bar) restaurant. I went there a few weeks ago expecting a menu with a nice combination of sushi and raw bar restaurant. However instead they had an extremely limited selection of rolls and types of oysters and clams. Instead there were way too many traditional cooked tuna/salmon dishes. The wait staff was less than responsive, as we had to wait 15 minutes after sitting down for our drinks. On top of it all, the portions were extremely small and overpriced, with a dinner order of sashimi going for $50 and only including your standard tuna, yellowtail, eel, and salmon. There are tons of great sushi and seafood restaurants in soho, and I'd recommend you going to one of those instead.