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Posted by Kathy on 07/27/2010
Very consistent, always fresh.
Posted by japan1 on 05/04/2010
Went for dinner and was brought the wrong appetizer. Not a big deal, or so I thought. I asked that it be changed and the waiter insisted that I order the one I wanted and keep (and pay for) the one he had brought. The one I did not want cost under $10 (cost them under $1) and my bill would have been in excess of $100; but, the waiter would not accept that it was a misunderstanding and move on. I walked out and ate elsewhere.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/09/2010
I've ne'er had sushi that taste like...nothing!! The place is great and looks really posh so I thought I was gonna get some good food. I was wrong! Very disappointed! And to make it so bad, it's 10:53pm on a Friday and the server just came to the table and said, "the kitchen is closing in case you want something else!" WTF?!? Don't even bother!!
Posted by anonymous on 10/04/2009
Momoya is the best Japanese restaurant in NY, that isn't a "Nobu" or "Bond Street." Great atmosphere and amazing food. Definitely my favorite place to eat in Chelsea and my favorite Japanese food overall ... AMAZING
Posted by Anonymous on 08/24/2008
The fish didn't blow me away, but it definitely was good. It's not the melt-in-your-mouth-buttery fish, but still tastes fresh, overall. I would recommend going with rolls and fish with rice over sashmi. The nice plus is the atmosphere is great. Service was also extremely good.
Posted by Juan on 03/24/2008
Living in the neighborhood, hardly miss this spot on the corner, like a jewel in the Chelsea. Always fresh fish, great variety, and great presentation. My new favorite place.
Posted by Sarajin Josef on 01/10/2008
I was on my vacation to New York, staying a week at Chelsea, and had my dinner at Momoya with my fiance. I was impress, splendid sushi, unlike traditional. It was a modern touch. Great fish as well, nice ambiance but very crowded, hardly get inside. Two days in a row. Definitely be back when come visit NY. Miss U.