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Posted by Liaw on 07/27/2014
Instead of traveling, I would rather travel with my bud of tongue to Masa. What an EAT, I mean Edible Art Treat.
Posted by D. Colman on 07/11/2012
Yes, it was worth the $1500.00 for two. Thankfully, I live on the other coast because I would have to dine here again and again and again! Everything was beautiful-- the restaurant, the fish, the service and the 3-hour experience. We were fortunate to be the first at the bar and sit in front of Masa. He was friendly, giving us enough space but warm and talkative at the same time. With absolute certainty I can say it was my most favorite dining experience.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/12/2011
$4800 for 6 people, and we were all very hungry at the end. The place is super quiet and they did not look fondly on our semi-rowdy group. Repeatedly came to our table requesting we keep it down. I did not think the food was anything to rave about and there is no way in h*ll I will return at that price. Maybe it would have been a nice culinary experience at $200/head, one of those things you can say you did and mildly enjoyed it but at $800 per person it felt like a joke. Especially when they expect it to stay museum quiet. No way anyone should leave hungry at that price. I wouldn't go back even if it was $100 per person.
Posted by Claudia on 06/15/2010
I even ate the blowfish...this restaurant was a nearly transformative experience. A fortune yes, but memorable beyond compare.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/13/2009
yes, it really is that good. it's worth every penny ... if you're going to do it, go for the special beef -- i'm not even a meat eater really and i wanted to cry it was so good. they use truffles like salt and pepper. if you can do it, save up, go at least once ...
Posted by Chron on 03/29/2009
Although the food is unquestionably good, after I visited here with a Japanese friend, my friend and I came to the same conclusion... it's better to spend this ridiculous amount of money instead on a trip to Tokyo and eat the real deal.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/12/2008
There's no way you can put a price on mere perfection. Yes it's $$$$$, but well worth every bite. You'll wish you can do it all over again.