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If you were unable to land a reservation at Nobu, this more casual location (next door) may be the answer to your prayers. The stellar quality of the fish remains unchanged, as do the spectacular and imaginative specials. If you are lucky, they will be serving the seaweed wrapped cod sautéed with a spicy-sweet sauce. Beware: while prices are a bit more inviting at Next Door Nobu, it is still ridiculously easy to blow your paycheck in a couple of hours. Reservations are not accepted for less than five people.
Thalassa means 'sea' in Greek. Its decor transfers you to the sea along the Greek islands. Appetizers feature Sardeles, where the sardines are imported especially from Portugal. Main courses include Lobster Youvetsi (cold water lobster braised with brandy), Lamb Shanks over stuffed baby eggplant and many other interesting items. You are bound to find the best collection of Greek wines here. |The Chef takes care to carefully prepare the desserts which are simply mouth watering. Private dining rooms and banquets can be booked for those special gatherings.
With so many hearty and fun choices, bistro-style dining never gets old. Landmarc has definitely staked its reputation on this guiding principle. Their particular take on bistro fare combines the best of both French and Italian cuisines, which means bowls of pasta right alongside foie gras. Grilled sweetbreads, braised lamb shank, steak tartare, sauteed calf's liver and five cuts of steak served six ways are just a small sampling of the rest of what is on offer. Both brunch and lunch are quite popular here as well.
To bring in advancements to kaiseki (traditional Japanese menus) cuisine is the approach at Brushstroke. It is the collaborative effort of Chef David Bouley and Japan’s Tsuji Culinary Institute. Only highest quality ingredients sourced locally, and from Japan are here turned into extraordinary treats. Of course such advanced cooking skills have it's price: the price level reaches from USD85 up to USD170. It is recommended that patrons call in advance, since seating is very limited.
This restaurant has been decorated along the lines of an 18th-century Japanese village. Meals start off with a long, delightful draft of sake, the traditional rice wine. Modern liquors are also available, but the ambiance and the mood is set for Asian culinary experiences. A raw bar offers various kinds of sushi, while the lounge and dining room offer a full course Japanese tasting meal. Sit by, and let the wait staff present each serving with a flourish. Lots of bowing and formality accompany each dish. Magicians and performers wander the room delighting patrons with their ancient sorcery.
Steeped in Japanese tradition, Ichimura at Brushstroke attempts to redefine sushi bars in New York city. Chef Eiji Ichimura, who hails from Tokyo offers his customers an authentic and unique Japanese experience. Reservations are available in two sittings in the evening and lasts for three hours each. Due to limited seats, the service is extremely personal and attentive. The menu is primarily chef's choice and changes daily depending on availability of seasonal or rare items. Ichimura is known to improvise and tailor meals based on his customer's preference. Therefore, for a wholesome and authentic Japanese experience, visit Ichimura at Brushstroke!
Located in the basement, Sushi Azabu is a high-end Japanese restaurant that serves carefully prepared creations. The sushi is made with fresh fish that is imported from Japan. The Komai variety of rice is used along with Nikiri soy sauce that is prepared on-site. The floor of the venue is lined with soft pebbles and bamboo. Traditional Japanese wallpaper is used for the walls, completing the Japanese feel. The sushi is naturally a must try here, though the miso soup is also worth relishing.
Daruma-ya is an 'Izakaya' which in Japanese means a place to eat and enjoy drinks. The specialty at Daruma-ya is the home-cooked soba noodles, prepared by head chef Shuichi Kotani himself. Apart from this, other authentic Japanese delicacies are churned out by renowned check Nobuhito Dosei. The Seiro Soba is a must have here and so are Kar-age, Takowasa, Lobster Uni Miso Mayo and much more. Sample sake, cocktails or wine as well as beer in an upscale Japanese setting.