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Posted by take a seat, Pete on 09/09/2004
The previous host - apparently named Joe - was actually quite rude, unfriendly and favored the cheesy murray hill type...and is it really necessary for a host to do saki bombs with the diners? The new host couldn't be friendlier and makes the whole dining experience more pleasant. Stay at home, Pete, and keep your comments to yourself.
Posted by peter on 06/16/2004
I used to go the Mizu all the time. They recently fired Joe, whom made Mizu memorable. Joe would come and check on the meal, get us some free sushi to try and even do some shots of saki (bombers) with us. The new host is rude and very unacommodating and gives alot of attitude if you show up without a reservation. I now only get Mizu delivered to my apt.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/26/2004
i've been to dozens of sushi restaurants in new york city, and this is my favorite. the sushi is delicately cut and incomparably fresh. the tuna, eel, and yellowtail especially are amazing, as is the sunomono and the negimaki. stay away from the tempura appetizers--portions are entirely too small for the cost . sushi is expensive, but if you're worried about money, try one of the lunch maki combinations or bento boxes- an incredible deal!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/06/2004
One of the better sushi places in NYC. Very creative / expansive assortment of specialty roles. Samurai role is awesome. Very expensive, but thats par for the course with sushi...
Posted by Gamble on 11/19/2003
Great place with excellent food. The service is amazing, everyone is very friendly, and the Manager, Joe, makes you feel right at home, almost like you have been going there for years. Not too expensive, and amazing quality. Ask Joe about the Saki Bombers, they are fun.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/20/2003
One of the best in the neighborhood. The fish is fresh and very well cut. Nice lean slices. But very pricey.