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  • 211 E 43rd St #B1, New York 10017 40.751112 -73.973153
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  • (212) 953-7253
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User Ratings (Based on 22 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4_5 Value 4
Service 4 Atmosphere 4_5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 953-7253
Major Credit Cards
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:30am-2:30pm Dinner Mon-Thu: 6pm-11:45pm Fri-Sat: 6pm-12:45am Sun: 6pm-10:45pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Delivery, Good for Groups, Late Night, Lunch Special, Online Reservations, Private Parties, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Sakagura

    Posted by Sakagura on 2012-01-16

    Extremely cautious about wine and sake

    Great food but be extremely cautious about the wine (they don't serve wine but call and ask if you want to bring your own wine). Love the food but the staff was contradictory about the wine policy. We called before about the cork fee (as they don't ser

  • Sakagura

    Posted by sj on 2010-03-01

    Perfect food, mediocre service

    We just had another fantastic meal at Sakagura. Excellent pork stew, great sake and desserts. The service however was at the level of a TGIF. Our waitress seemed to be quite unaware of the dishes we ordered, what dishes required spoons, vs chopsticks, etc

  • Sakagura

    Posted by anonymous on 2009-12-09

    Curry soup is YUMMY

    I've been going to this place for a while, and they periodically add new items to their menu. I tried the curry duck soup soon after it appeared on the menu and cannot get enough of it now. Everything else I have eaten there is just as good...including th

  • Sakagura

    Posted by Anonymous on 2009-01-29

    If it weren't for the Japanese ex-pats ...

    ... this place would not survive. Sure, food was good, venue is unique and the means of getting there is half the fun but I found the service to be atrocious. Once was enough.

  • Sakagura

    Posted by Anonymous on 2008-09-09

    I'm Still Hungry For More Sakagura

    Funny, but I get the sense that "I'm still hungry" doesn't actually know the first thing about food. First of all, if you're looking for Texas sized portions, don't go Japanese. Sakagura is considered, at least among the Japanese expat community, top no

  • Sakagura

    Posted by I'm Still Hungry on 2008-08-15

    Not for Foodies

    Sakagura is a slightly above-average Japanese restaurant, exactly what you'd expect from the E 40s. This place is probably good for groups of people who want to drink a lot of sake. It is not good for people who want to eat great Japanese food. The whole

  • Sakagura

    Posted by j0120a on 2008-05-30


    Ok, you don't see the restaurant from outside and there's no menu posted outside- but don't be afraid to go in! It's a nice place but yet casual. It's like izakaya but better than bunch of izakaya in east village. All the dishes are nicely presented and t

  • Sakagura

    Posted by Anonymous on 2008-01-03

    This is my favorite Japanese restaurant!

    I love this restaurant. I have been several times and the food is always great. Unlike most Japanese restaurants that serve only sushi and tempura, this place has many unique dishes. Try the kimchi and raw fish, the pork belly, and steamed egg. The sa

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