Row 1

355 W 16th St (at 9th Ave.)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 929-5800
Asian, Lounge, Sushi
$ $ $
Mon–Sat: 6:00 PM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • This trendy spot serves up some amazing small plates - the tuna tart, tuna crispy rice, and foie gras short rib gyoza are to die for. Don't pass on dessert either - the bread pudding is SO good.
  • i tried salmon avocado rolls. they are delicious. eat them.
  • Another dream hotel restaurant going down the tubes shortly. Sea bass is the only thing to give praise to. Other than that nothing special....
  • New. Japanese restaurant. They offer modern Japanese fare with French influences like foie gras dumplings, crunchy red snapper, etc accompanied by "a rare selection" of sake and Japanese whiskey
  • I had the shrimp tempura and BBQ eel rolls. Phenomenal!!!!! I also love the gyoza and cherry bomb ;-)
  • Where to begin? Tuna and clam tart (each, respectively), uni egg w/green tea salt, crispy tuna, crispy uni, and bread pudding for desert.
  • This place raises the bar for sushi lovers. The fish is incredible as well has the hot dishes. We had the cod and gyoza both of which I would come back for. Service was great and very good looking.
  • One of my favorite restaurants in NYC. Tucked underneath the Dream Hotel, it is definitely a hidden gem.
  • All about the tarts (tuna and the clam) and the crispy rice (tuna and uni)
  • the foie gras gyoza is a must-try!!
  • Hmmm the cherry bomb
  • Soso tasty!
  • One of the best (speed and friendliness) services I have had and really unique yummy food. Try tuna crispy rice for sure
  • Came here for an event recently & was surprised by the sushi. The beef tartare & kale bites were also great. The sultry decor where you & your date could hide away for a while didn't hurt either.
  • Everything from food to ambiance is tres chic
  • Everything we had was just okay. Not bad but nothing special either. Not worth the price.
  • Hidden spot below the Dream hotel. The rolls are delicious! Nice place to go with friends or a date. It's spacious and the music isn't too loud
  • The food from the appetizer to the main course was excellent. The steak I had was very well made. I'd recommend it to anyone who goes here. And the atmosphere is one of the best I've seen. Love it!
  • V cool place I felt like I was in a cherry
  • Executive chef Andy Chois menu (small items and starters, $12 to $22; mains, $25 to $35) works the party-time, Nobu-esque fusion street better than some.