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Ninja New York
Posted by Jane on 05/17/2006
Great enviroment, service, excellent, delicious food. we recommend to everybody. atmosphere is amazing. wicked awesome. we will be back for sure
Posted by Ai on 05/12/2006
Never disappointed at ninja. When i had a romantic night with my boyfriend, the bets place to be, atmosphere, food, place itself speaks for it. We also had a party of eight, was very enjoyable, had a lot of fun. That is one of the best quality of this restaurant, you can have your own TIME! Could be romantic or party, it is crazy fun. Entertainment along too. Food is amazing, fresh, tasty. Ninja coctails are my favourite. We love ninja restaurant, best experience. be back for sure. Great! A+
Posted by Joseph on 04/11/2006
It was 6 of us. We heard a lot about ninja so we tried it out. Not disappointed at all. We loved the food, sake is A+. We had course and a la carte, tried what we could. I am a big fan of sushi, so was nervous what is gonna be like. Man, when we got the food, suhi+sashimi with fresh WASAB! out of the world! Fresh, tasty. Best shabu-shabu in New york city! We enjoyed it a lot, great, excellent service, atmoshere. This is a restaurant NOT to be missed!! We'll be back for sure. Not to mention the presentations. Great time.
Posted by Ninja Lover on 03/20/2006
It was one of the most fun I've had in a restaurant for a long time. First off you need a fun crowd to appreciate it. The atmosphere and presentation were excellent. All the servers were very helpful, knowledgable of the menu and attentive. They take their time and explain everything on the menu, make excellent recommendations and definitely keep you entertained. Food was alright. Its definitely more of a have a great time place than great food place. I would recommend going for one of the tasting menus since those are the ones with most fun presentations on almost every dish. Food were presented beautifully. We had an excellent time overall.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/25/2006
My business partner and I had dinner at Ninja last night. It was a unique experience, to be sure. It's basically a "theme" restaurant with a highly imaginative concept behind it that kind of works -- but not completely. I also think that it is in the wrong neighborhood for the volume of business that it would need to stay afloat. The food was excellent, and delicious too! The preparation of the food was very artistic and innovative -- wonderfully creative. I was definitely impressed by that. Our server was perfectly delightful, and very charming. The General Manager was most gracious too. However, the restaurant itself is not as highly developed looking as the food. It's very "Disney-esque", but not on a Disney budget if you know what I mean. The reason I draw distinctions between the high-caliber food and the medium-to-low quality environment, is because the prices were very, very high for that kind of restaurant. We spent $425.00 for two people, (yes, I said two) and I don't drink any alcohol. Now, granted, we didn't order the prix-fixe tasting menu (which wasn't particularly cheap either). We ordered "a-la-carte" -- but still, it's a VERY expensive restaurant for the surroundings you're in. I don't think that too many parents are going to want, or be able to spend so much money with kids, and yet, it is most appealing to the young ones because of the theme and concept.
Posted by Eitam Miron on 12/13/2005
It was amaizing. Ninja New York is among the finiest resturants that my refined palet has yet encountered. It has a full seven course meal (called Shogun), a Ninja village underground and ninjas to cater you. Warning it is on the High end of the price line. When you walk in the door you are greated by ninjas, who take you in a elevator to the "village" which has many enclosed huts which can be acessed by the short cut or the adventure path. The waiters are dressed as ninjas, the ingredients are shipped from japan, the food is served on a log (in very generous portions) along with the worlds best wasabi and ginger. There is even a magic show during the meal. The sake is suposed to be great and the meal I would Recomend is SHOGUN (it costs $50 It is good place for groups).
Posted by Greg W. on 12/04/2005
I've decided to go check on this place right after the New York Times review. I took my girlfriend there and we both loved it! The atmosphere, food and service were exceptional. The ninja waitress (sakura ninja?, not sure) had a lot o patience explaining each tasting course and the sake list, always smiling and very classy. We picked the $100 course. Every dish that came was amazingly yummy. The check was a little heavy but for all the fun that we had there, plus the magic tricks it was well worth it. It was a very pleasant experience and I'd deffinetly come back there, but on special occasions only.