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73 Thompson St
New York, NY 10012
(212) 925-1613
12:00pm - 2:00pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
12:00pm - 2:00pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
12:00pm - 2:00pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
12:00pm - 2:00pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
12:00pm - 2:00pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm
5:30pm - 10:30pm



  • i love the calm and beautiful design of this space - a small part of japan in soho. i will eat anything they serve.
  • Hidden gem in SoHo. Both omasakes are great. The 9 course includes 2 more appetizers and higher grade dishes. Homemade soba is offered if you're not full.
  • Possibly my most favorite omakase restaurant in the city - an excellent mix of sashimi, tempura and rice dishes. The interior is simple and beautiful. Sit at the bar if possible to watch Chef Hiro!
  • Excellent little Japanese restaurant in a nondescript soho building. Get the 9 course omakase for $159. Worth it! Sit at the sushi bar and chat with Chef Hiro Hiyashi
  • Omakase is the way to go here, Chef Hiro will definitely provide an assortment of flavorful meat and fresh fish dishes. The week-long miso marinated pork was the favorite!
  • Lunch Omakase is amazing
  • Everything else is just okay, but the dessert tea rules... never had tea like that
  • Tried the lunch omakase and was an excellent experience. Highly recommend this place
  • Really refreshing and tasty seafood! The uni was especially good! The beef requires an acquired taste as it is flavoured like Japanese beef however its texture and consistency is like American beef.
  • Amazing affordable lunch omakase!
  • One Michelin star.
  • Do the omakase!
  • Suggest picking the raw food over grilled for the omakase
  • Loved the goma tofu and chef's homemade soba! The unagi was way over-grilled unfortunately.
  • Omakase + plum sake. Very few pictures of the interior so here you go.
  • lunch omakase $55, dinner $100/$150
  • Refined, creative Japanese in a zen setting. 1 of my top NYC picks: homemade shiso plum sake+ amazing combo of fresh crustaceans: Uni, lobster, abalone, scallop! Divine esp for uni & raw fish lovers!
  • Good Japanese but the omakase tasting menu had no nigiri =\ . The first two dishes were superb though!
  • Amazing stylish Japanese place, like in Tokyo! Small menu and only fresh fish!
  • Absolutely wonderful meal. Opt for either omakase meal. Highlight of my meal was Maine and Santa Barbara uni atop a sesame tofu cube. Also, the space is minimal and calming, with great service.

Nearby places

398 W Broadway (at Spring St)
399 W Broadway (btwn Spring & Broome St)
189 Spring St (btwn Sullivan & Thompson St)