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Posted by Anonymous on 09/07/2008
This does not even come close to high-end restaurants and Zagat supposedly rated this restaurant highly. This is misleading to all readers. We recently ordered sushi for 2 with 2 big rolls and appetizers. The fish was very bland and rolls had no flavor at all. Service was average. Foodies should look elsewhere.
Posted by Sushi Jay on 07/18/2008
I randomly stumbled across Takahachi while roaming around Tribeca to find an affordable place to eat. The menu was by far the most reasonable in the area, and I am always willing to try a new sushi spot. I was with 4 friends, and we were all delighted to have found this gem. I am a sushi fanatic, and have tried several different sushi spots around the city. I can honestly say, that this place had the freshest sushi that I have ever eaten. The sushi special was incredible, the cold mountain roll was fun and delicious, and everybody else that I was with had nothing but complements about their dishes. If you love sushi and have not tried this place, I highly reccomend that you do. This is my first menu pages review ever, and I would say that this is the first restaurant that truly deserves it. Enjoy.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/18/2008
My boyfriend and I went here Saturday night expecting the quality and taste of Takahashi in the east village. Boy were we wrong. Even though supposedly the same owner owns them this one in Tribeca resembles nothing of the amazing Japanese food of Takahachi in the East Village. To start we ordered edemame rock shrimp and aged goyza. The rock shrimp were disappointing. It was over doughy and was oddly sweet. It was also mixed with broccoli. Aged goyza were good, the sauce it came with though didn’t suit it though. For dinner I got the cold mountain roll, it was decent, but far for the best sushi I have had. My boyfriend for the chicken teriyaki, it was below par. The teriyaki sauce was very flavorless. The service was not very good, they all seemed very confused and the atmosphere felt as though we were in some random sushi spot in the suburbs. We also were seated directly next to the coat check. We won’t be going back, it’s a waste of money when you can get such good food close around.
Posted by D$ on 04/01/2008
This place is legit. We usually order delivery but recently my wife and I sat at the sushi bar and splurged by allowing the sushi chef to select sushi/sashimi. Quality and freshness are high, presentation is creative with strong attension to detail. The UNI is some of the best i've had in NYC.
Posted by jodiesinger on 03/27/2008
By far my favorite sushi place in Manhattan. It's surprisingly cheap for TriBeCa and such fresh, great tasting sushi )and especially the edamae!). I take all my out of town friends here and everyone has always been thrilled by the service and atmosphere.
Posted by archatologist on 03/23/2008
takahachi's fish is apparently from the same supplier as megu, etc. but this place has sweet and attentive staff without the attitude. sit at the bar - the sushi chefs are very friendly without being obtrusive, and usually clue you in to some pieces you've never heard of...
Posted by J on 03/06/2008
I'm not sure what Downtowner is talking about. I live in Tribeca and order from Takahachi usually once a week. They always come right to my door. For other people that order from Takahachi, they also get delivery right to their door. I've never heard of them making you meet them on the street. Anyways, the food is great. The fish is fresh, the service is friendly and helpful, and the delivery is timely (and to your door). For appetizers I recommend the Rock Shrimp TEmpura, the Black Cod, and the Sauteed Mushrooms. I often get the the sushi-sashimi combo as my entree, which is a great deal. They also have some wonderful and creative specials everyday.