Kyo Ya

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Details
94 E 7th St (btwn 1st Ave & Ave A)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 982-4140
Japanese
$ $ $ $
Hours
Tue–Sat: 5:30 PM–11:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Totally authentic Japanese - which we all know can actually be kinda trick to find! You know it's good when the menu is in Japanese and English. Order anything with Tuna and you won't regret it!
  • Get everything we got. Plus the salmon sushi.
  • Book the kaiseki days in advance and take home your leftover rice for breakfast. - Inspector
  • THIS is Japanese food, people. Trust me. I'm from Tokyo.
  • One Michelin star.
  • Exquisite, seasonal ingredients perfectly executed with an awesome beet and sake list. Is there anything better? -Anita Lo, Top Chef Masters
  • You'll want to go to the restroom and breathe in deeply. Trust me. (The doors are hidden in the scalloped wooden wall in front of the bar.)
  • A true hidden East Village sushi gem. The Kaiseki dinner is the way to go here, but you can order many of the dishes on their a la carte for a fraction of the price.
  • The food, presented on beautiful handmade plates, is gorgeous and savory. The few dessertsincluding an extra silky crme caramelare just as ethereal as the savory food.
  • really authentic Japanese cuisine that reminded me of Tokyo. pricey, but the pressed sushi selections, the cod, and the tempura platter were worth the sticker shock. also, the bathroom is sublime.
  • Japanese food, both cooked and raw. I had one of my favorite dishes from last year dining there: eggplant noodles.-Wylie Dufresne, Top Chef
  • The shrimp, inoki mushroom and sea urchin special is one of the best things I have ever eaten.
  • Try to grab a seat at the chef counter in the back or at the bar counter for a more, intimate yet relaxing feel. Omakase course is always delicious. Awesome pressed sushi - reserve it ahead of time.
  • The uni and tofu skin dish was quite possibly the most amazing burst of flavor I've ever experienced.
  • bathroom is IN the wall
  • A weird tip but Very cool bathrooms!
  • Unbelievable hidden Japanese restaurant in EV. Try the sweet potato tempura and the pressed sushi. Expensive but worth it!
  • Fancypants Japanese, and well worth it.
  • Order a selection from the day's daily pressed sushi, the Hokkaido lamb chops, and whatever looks good on the daily specials menu.
  • Try the Kaiseki Dinner

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