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Posted by Jen E 72 on 09/18/2014
On 9/17/14: I want to support restaurants that are hampered by the 2nd Ave. subway construction. So, I went in with a kind heart. The place looks nice and had many people inside. We waited 15 mins until the waitress came to take our order. So, then we looked around at the other tables. It appeared that there was ONE waitress for the whole place. We observed that other guests were waiting impatiently either for their food or their checks. Everyone was trying to get the attention of the waitress. We waited an agonizing 40 minutes until our mail courses were served. And the food was average, nothing special or delicious. So, it was not worth the wait. I will never go back there. The are other good Japanese places within 3-4 blocks.
Posted by Sangangdaan on 09/11/2012
Grilled Mackarel served with special soup. Both fish and soup is a match made in heaven, really gives you something to ponder about Japanese home cooking! Mackarel is grilled and carmelized to perfection that it melts in your mouth while the soup is something to behold in its meaty miso-base taste. I think the fish & soup talk to each other while you eat or I'm just going crazy! Atmosphere is right there where I like it, quiet & subdued. Service has always been great.
Posted by Jaco on 02/17/2012
I hate going to restaurants and always order in. This place is on the money! Great quality lunch specials arrive quickly. Everything is clean and correct. Just what you'd expect from a real Japanese restaurant. Dear God the curry is good! Try it and see. This place is a gem.
Posted by anonymous on 10/16/2011
I am Japanese living in NY for almost 4 years. I was looking for a real Japanese restaurant and found it! I was surprised because Tatany made me feel like I was back in Japan! Everything is great: the food quality, the customer service, and the price. We go here almost every week.
Posted by Alya on 06/06/2011
Ok, so I'm not comparing this to Yasuda or Sushi Gari, but this is the best traditional Japanese sushi I have eaten in NYC. There is no "fusion" going on here! Please try the chirashi and the udon/ soba soups (in the soup ask for extra shitake mushrooms, yum)!
Posted by japanese person A on 12/09/2010
this place tastes like its straight out of japan! if you are looking for "cheap" sushi (read california rolls, dragon rolls, philly rolls, or whatever americanized bastardization of japanese food) ur proly better off at one of the chinese owned japanese food places around here. but if u want real japanese food this is the place to be escpecially the cooked kitchen food.
Posted by Dave on 11/29/2010
I had to write this review to respond to the review stating that this restaurant is declining. I heartily disagree. The food is still delicious...they make some of the tastiest pork broth ramen...very authentic. Secondly, their dinner combos are monstrous. They are pricey, but you definitely get more than enough food. Their service is still intimate and timely. I highly recommend this place. frequent this place often.