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Posted by J Yoshizawa on 11/09/2011
Really REALLY good.I am a half Japanese foodie (trained to cook and eat by my family of tea ceremony masters) who grew up in Tokyo. This is some of the most authentic good Japanese fare outside of Japan. Nothing fancy, no tricks or gimmicks, not haute cuisine- just good basic and traditional working class food. We went for a very early dinner with our toddler and a colleague. The waitresses were all incredibly accommodating! I would not hesitate to take my Japanese family here.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/17/2011
Maybe it was bad timing... but it was only lunch time and I had to wait more than 30 minutes ( I had to ask again and again for my order), and my lunch time is almost up, so I take out my order... and tried to eat it at office, but the fish was not fully cooked... (Sanma fish lunch) some RED thing came out from that fish... The restaurnat had very few customer, almost empty, not busy. I will not go back there again.
Posted by ottogranny on 08/19/2010
we just waked by this place and decided to try it. We were very pleased with the results. Wonderful very fresh sushi and sashimi, great spicy tuna roll ,very good service and reasonably priced
Posted by portobello on 05/25/2009
Our meals here have always been outstanding. The waitresses wear kimonos which gives a authentic feel to the place. There are many Japanese patrons who dine here so that is always a good sign.
Posted by Kallimix san on 06/01/2008
First stay in NY, the chance carried out us towards a marvellous lucky find. For the pleasure of our papillae, with in remembering a discussion most relevant with a waitress (about "Moulin Rouge"). My tonkatsu was a treat, and the unagi sushi… a delight. Arigato gozaimasu. We love NY. Smiles from France :)
Posted by AF21 on 04/30/2008
I have eaten here many times and I find the food simply addicting! The miso soup doesn't taste watered-down but instead extremely flavorful. The fish is always extremely fresh and practically melts in your mouth! The service is wonderful and accomodating. Many Japanese patrons eat here as well. A must-try!!!
Posted by Happy Fat on 11/16/2007
$17+ for one Una-don? For lunch on a Friday? I never knew... When I first used to order this, I thought it was less than $15. Nevertheless, I do like this restaurant (and so do a lot of Japanese patrons who work around this area and often dine here, giving it a more authentic feel). When I had dinner here with a friend, the bill total was only $50, which is pretty good for Sushi (the worst I've ever had was over $100 for two on Park Avenue). And as for the menu-I've ordered take-out (Sashimi was fresh and delicious but hearty eaters beware-portions are small), dined in and enjoyed every bite. Try the pickled octopus appetizer (the actual name escapes me and the menu in this site is incomplete)-it's really good!