Aburiya Kinnosuke

Row 1

213 E 45th St (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave)
New York, NY 10017
(212) 867-5454
$ $ $
Mon–Fri: 11:30 AM–Midnight Sat: 5:30 PM–Midnight Sun: 5:30 PM–11:30 PM

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  • Come here for excellent Japanese cuisine, great desserts (try the Matcha Tiramisu!), and a sizable sake menu.
  • 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.
  • Chicken meatball is awesome here!
  • They took out the classic dishes like chicken meatballs, grilled pork cheeks. No more charcoal grill. Food not as good as before.
  • Stepping foot in this restaurant teleports you straight to Tokyo.
  • The scene in Aburiya's dining room is straight outta Tokyoin all the right ways. It rises above the hard-competing NYC Japanese dining crowd with authentic dishes in a mature, congenial setting.
  • Everything Is delicious!!!
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  • Don't come here searching for a Philadelphia roll - this place is super authentic, where Japanese come to eat Japanese. Food & ambience were outstanding. Teriyaki Chicken was to die for.
  • Excellent! Wonderful ambiance ...one of the best Japanese restaurants I've ever been to....anywhere. Don't miss the teriyaki chicken, grilled beef and ginger pork rice. Great service. Very authentic.
  • Monkfish liver. Lily fried vegetable. Authentic Japanese. No doubt get the Omasake...$75 each
  • What you will see are tables filled with Japanese businessmen, getting something here that's more Tokyo than TriBeCa. Try the tuna neck, a bony, fatty, almost musky cut...'Tokyo in New York'
  • 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.
  • get the 10 course omakase (chef's recommendations)
  • Omacase is amazing. Go for the pork belly, code fish fillet and sea urchin sashimi.
  • The beef stew is delicious!
  • 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.
  • Okinawa style stir fry pork and pickles is a must
  • try the beef tongue - delicious.