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Posted by ImHome on 03/19/2007
Very fun experience. The food was great, the staff was great,. Friendly staff always making sure you were taken care of. I can see why it might be more of a tourist attraction, next time Im in NYC I will definately visit again.
Posted by No Ninja on 02/03/2007
This place gets worse every time I go. I've been there 4 times and only one out of the four was my experience good...about a year ago.
Posted by Anniversary bust on 12/28/2006
I went to Ninja for my anniversary, and it was a mistake. The food is alright, but just alright, and the gimmicks can't conceal that. It was a cute dining experience, with yet another performer busting into your little hut frequently to interrupt you. The desserts were not good. The raw cheesecake frog was actually just cream cheese shaped like a frog. Raw cream cheese, cold, and frog shaped. All of this would be fine, if not for the very high prices. Go and order something small if you want a show, but save your money for a real meal somewhere else.
Posted by Paisley212 on 12/20/2006
I took my boyfriend to Ninja last night for his Birthday. He really wanted to go there, despite my urging him to go elsewhere....anywhere else. In short, the food was not good. I spent over $200 for food that I wouldn't serve to a prison inmate. I eat out 6 nights a week, and I was born and raised in NYC, so I am very food savvy. Avoid this place, unless you enjoy paying astronomical priced for ridiculously poor food.
Posted by SatisfactionSearcher on 12/18/2006
My roommate and I love going out to dinner, treating ourselves to somewhere yummy is our weekly treat and neither of us have EVER had an experience as AMAZING as we got at Ninja. We went on a Sunday night, so it wasn't insane, and we split the Sasuke tasting menu. Everything was plated and cooked to perfection, the mojito and Rin martini were 2 of the ebst drinks ever to pass my lips. The Korean BBQ roll was to die for, as was the Monkfish and the Mango sorbet. The service was attentive to our every need and they even had a magician that came to the table and did some pretty awesome stuff (though maybe the drinks made it more amazing than it really was). I recommend this place more than anywhere I have ever dined, it's an evperience that will leave you satisfied on every level (almost).
Posted by anonymous on 12/17/2006
The place is pretty fun, however not super romantic. Although the tables are private, the ninja theme make you feel more like you're in a theme park than a nice sushi restaurant. The food though is amazing, highly recommend the sushi a la carte, and the drinks were fabulous. Service is entertaining and scary. :-)
Posted by amly867 on 11/22/2006
I don't understand what all the fuss is about this restaurant. It has no business being in TriBeCa. It is a low-category place with mediocre food and poor service trying to hide behind the fact that they spent, according to the NY Times, over 3 million dollars on it. Besides the décor and atmosphere, everything else was definitely not worth the money we paid, including the automatic 20% gratuity on the check. I did not feel the server deserved more than 15% at most. The sushi was not fresh and the hot food was served cold. I definitely do not recommend this place.