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Posted by toromaster on 01/08/2007
OK, so its like being called the tallest midget to be called best sushi downtown, but this place is good- it's nobu good in fish freshness and the staff are the most responsive and friendly of any quality japanese restaurant (where quality can sometimes equal snobby waitstaff). I recommend the hamachi tartare and the sahsimi sushi deluxe platter. Go- you wont be disappointed
Posted by California Rolls to die for! on 11/30/2006
Excellent sushi and they deliver to the financial district, what a find! Only item that was strange was the ebi shumai, everything else was delicious and the Calif Rolls were the best I've had in my life, I'm not joking!
Posted by cholly san on 10/14/2006
Definitely try this place. I love it. The fish is fresh , service great and the menu variety is excellent. The sushi chef is one of the best, very knowledgeable , creative and attentive. The chopped aji sushi is one of my favorites and if you want to be adventurous get the passage to india roll. It also has nice back room if youre with a group. Try it , you'll like it.
Posted by tribecayummymummy on 08/23/2006
Interesting rolls, delicious appetizers and snacks. This is the place where i go all the time for some japanese comfort food. The servers are kind and astute and always make me and my family feel at home.
Posted by Caroline on 11/02/2005
I live and work uptown, but make the trip downtown to eat at this restaurant at least once a week. The selection is both traditional and ecclectic, always with creative and delicious specials. I've never been let down by the service or the food. They are extremely attentive and friendly -- always willing to adjust their dishes to each customer's specific tastes. The food is always fresh and satisfying. I highly recommend this place to anyone with a sophisticated palate and an appreciation for good food. The great value is only an added bonus.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/29/2005
Takehachi is by far one of the more traditional, yet ecclectic, Japanese restaurants in New York. Being a Native Japanese, I relish in this restuarant's eatery experience and the food is incredible. I've eaten both at the Tribeca and Ave A locations; however, they offer different menu options. The Ave A is more informal along with their menu choices of Soba and Udon, whereas the Tribeca has more esoteric traditional Japanese food...like their incredible sawagani!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/16/2005
I prefer the lunch special to dinner at this Tribeca sushi restaurant. Lunch comes with an assortment of side dishes which can be more interesting than the main dish. Dinner was a bit disappointing because three of the things we wanted to order, including one on the list of daily specials, were unavailable. The waiter should have noted this before leaving us 15 minutes to study the menu. Instead we wound up choosing dishes without much thought. Chirashi was well presented, plentiful, fresh, but a letdown when I had readied myself for the special of the evening (uni) which had sold out earlier in the evening. The decor is nice, but the acoustics are pretty bad. One loud group changed the atmosphere of the entire restaurant. Prices were better than average for food of this quality.