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30 Hudson St (at Duane St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 791-3771
5:30pm - 10:30pm
11:30am - 2:45pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
11:30am - 2:45pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
11:30am - 2:45pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
11:30am - 2:45pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
11:30am - 2:45pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm



  • David Bouleys newest sushi spot, run by chef Isao Yamada, is easily the best place in New York for kaiseki, the elaborate Japanese tasting menu. Tokyo superstars Super Potato designed the space.
  • Delicious, but extremely expensive. For the money you expect a transcendent experience but it falls short.
  • um, the toilet lid opens as you open the bathroom door. sold!
  • Try seasonal menu and German's and Austrian's Riesling 1990
  • One Michelin star.
  • Sit by the open kitchen and make sure you try the chawan-mushi egg custard, sesame infused cod, crab and lobster rice, the imo dumpling and the green tea pudding dessert
  • David Bouley has added an edomae-style sushi bar to his Japanese restaurant, Brushstroke, manned by sushi pro Eiji Ichimura, who ran his own spot in midtown until 2008.
  • Get the oyster appetizer, the Lobster appetizer, and the uni is spectacular
  • A different japanese that you must visit if you're in town , let them help you with the menu !!!
  • Best kaiseki in the city
  • Portions are just right for 8 course meal. Spectacular service
  • Exceptional food, nice space too, going for the kaiseki tasting is best.
  • Must go with the kaiseki menu
  • Brushstrokes meat-free, stylized cuisine is an edible work of art and pretty delicious, too. Order the Japanese black rice, beneath portobello mushrooms, corn, chives and yuba.
  • Tokyo-trained chef Eiji Ichimura churns out classic, Tokyo-style sushi. Bridging the gap between experimental and traditional, each meal is customized to the diners cravings.
  • The restaurant, a collaboration with Osakas Tsuji Cooking Academy, brings kaiseki cuisinean intricate, formal multicourse feastinto a surprisingly relaxed and accessible setting.
  • Get the kaiseki menu, and while you're at it I highly recommend getting the wine and sake pairing to elevate your dining experience.
  • Great kaiseki ryori in NYC. Richard, captain and his back waiter Emily know their stuff. Takemoto-san arrived from Osaka one month ago & his authentic style shines through in the kitchen & its food.
  • Great food!
  • Price: $$$$

Nearby places

159 Duane St (btwn Hudson St. & W Broadway)
25 N Moore St (at Varick)