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Posted by Suzie on 07/02/2011
This place competes with other neighborhood Dive Bars, place is an Asian version of the Dive Bars on Ave A & B only difference is not discounting the drinks as much.
Posted by All the good food I can on 04/21/2009
overpriced food and the sake selection( which is pretty big) is way way over the average priced. Go to st marks place for sake, you'll pay exactely half for the same sake! Food is way overpriced , I wanted to give it a third chance since I live literally across the street and it was a mistake. Never again
Posted by Anonymous on 01/13/2009
i found the food here to be way overpriced. $12 for basically a tuna roll is just way too much. i could get better a few blocks away for half the price. the atmosphere is ok but just doesn't match the high prices.
Posted by Legsbanana on 08/31/2008
Went there for dinner last night. The sake is great, the atmosphere is fun and the food is poor. I had a sushi roll that was 90% rice. My friend had chicken curry that was a bowl of salt. Too bad- but still a fun place to have a drink.
Posted by Joel on 12/30/2007
This restaurant has a cozy and warm atmosphere. The size of the place makes for a very intimate environment. There was amazing music being played the entire time, from A Tribe Called Quest to James Brown. The good taste in music really added some funk to the experience. I wanted to get up on the table and shake my groove thing, but that wouldn't have gone over well. I walked into the restaurant knowing little to nothing about sake but the server was very helpful and informative. The sake list is extensive and baffling if you don't know what you're doing but the waiter was glad to offer help. The food was outstanding, I ordered the Spicy Salmon Soy Roll and was very satisfied. I will definitely be visiting this east village treasure again in the near future.
Posted by Matty C on 11/08/2007
This place is one of my go to bars/eateries. It is a highly pleasant and cozy experience. They do Sake bombs one way here, the real way! The bartenders are extremely friendly and add volumes to the enjoyability of your dining/drinking experience. At first it might seem small, (which it is), but once you get started you will feel right at home. I come here to drink more than to eat, but the food is quality. Try the Lychee infused Sake!!!
Posted by lovesake on 10/17/2007
I went to Satsko's for dinner some Sundays ago and I was pleasanatly surprised to see new specials on the menu since I've been coming here for a quite some times and enjoyed everything about the place already. The porkbelly with watermelon and Thai basil were so tender and perfect with sake and scallop ceviche with popcorn were full of flavors. I was told that Sundays and Mondays will have new specials every week from now on. I can't wait.