Aburiya Kinnosuke

213 E 45th St
New York NY 10017
(212) 867-5454
Categories Food

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Will Budiaman, Staff Writer

Trendy Japanese, Frosty Service. To many New Yorkers, Midtown Manhattan is a culinary wasteland for anyone trying to spend less than $50 per head. There are a few exceptions, however. Aburiya Kinnosuke, located on a quiet block (at least at night) clustered with other Japanese... Read More

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Lauren F.
Monkfish liver. Lily fried vegetable. Authentic Japanese. No doubt get the Omasake...$75 each
Erica C.
Sautéed noodles is pretty amazing. Crispy noodles due to the hot pot it's cooked in and just really delicious seasoning. Plum wine with hints of earl gray was also incredibly memorable.
Robert I.
Top notch .
Christopher K.
Great spot - sashimi is fresh, but the tsukune is a must. Get grilled stuff
Serious Eats
Come here for excellent Japanese cuisine, great desserts (try the Matcha Tiramisu!), and a sizable sake menu.
Amy L.
Stepping foot in this restaurant teleports you straight to Tokyo.
Paul K.
Chicken meatball is awesome here!
Alastair T.
Sashimi here is amazing, as is scallops grilled on salt because it comes served on a brick sized piece of hot salt. And the Tsukune (Chicken Meatball Skewers) has a surprise onsen egg dipping sauce.
Will H.
get the 10 course omakase (chef's recommendations)
Tammy H.
Omacase is amazing. Go for the pork belly, code fish fillet and sea urchin sashimi.
The scene in Aburiya's dining room is straight outta Tokyo−in all the right ways. It rises above the hard-competing NYC Japanese dining crowd with authentic dishes in a mature, congenial setting.
Halstead Property
When in the mood for Japanese or just seafood in general Aburiya is the perfect place. We always get started off with the super-fresh crab salad, and our favorite entrée is the miso cod.
Thompson Hotels
Our concierge at 6 Columbus says that the sashimi platter is delicate and the homemade tofu melts in your mouth. Delicious Asian fusion.
A cool sit-down spot for after-work sake.
At this authentic Japanese robatayaki, fresh fish, meats and vegetables roast on vertical stakes in front of charcoal. Try the tsukune, a chicken dumpling grilled on a wooden spoon.
Ms. Mo
They took out the classic dishes like chicken meatballs, grilled pork cheeks. No more charcoal grill. Food not as good as before.
The Wall Street Journal
The prix fixe Ju-bako ($35) and the Aburiya Set ($25) bring a variety of items. The tofu is delicately soft, the sea bass and salmon sashimi delicate and buttery, the Wasu steak artfully flavored.
Pat H.
Okinawa style stir fry pork and pickles is a must
Chicken meatballs & the beef stew are excellent.
1000 Places
try the beef tongue - delicious.
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