Omen a Zen

Japanese
$ $ $ $
113 Thompson St (btwn Prince & Spring St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 925-8923
Monday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Tuesday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Wednesday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Thursday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Friday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Saturday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Sunday
6:00pm - 12:00am

Menu

Tips

  • "Even though it gets a big fashion and art-world crowd, it always has a Zen vibe. It's my sanctuary, even on weekend nights. I get the black cod." -Chloe Sevigny, in the WSJ's Insider's Guide to NYC
  • For some odd reason you'll see fashion editors, creative directors and downtown artists here which creates an interesting vibe. This place rules just for the food and staff. -Diana
  • hot sake & udon perfect for a winter dinner. make a reservation because there's always a crowd. only amex or cash (...)
  • Even though it gets a big fashion and art-world crowd, it always has a Zen vibe. Get the black cod.
  • #SallySays: My favorite restaurant in NYC is definitely Omen. This place has a country Japanese feel and I always had the best time here. Get the green tea ice cream for dessert, you won't regret it!
  • 60 Thompson concierge Paul says that this is the real deal. A little piece of Japan right here in Soho.
  • NY. Great traditional Kyoto-style Japanese food. The sushi garden tastes as good as it looks.
  • Wonderful Japanese restaurant. Feels like Kyoto.
  • Great food and service. Very cozy atmosphere.
  • Best green tea served non stop and I had the tuna tartare which was superb. Friend ordered salmon teriyaki - also delicious.
  • I loved the ambience and attentive service at Omen. We ordered the seasonal tasting menu: the highlightspickled vegetable in adorable ceramic cups, sashimi, an amazing eggplant dish, and a custard
  • Omen udon, miso cod, agedashi tofu
  • This is a perfect sashimi place with a good staff. Hot sake, salmon and tuna sashimi & tempura are my favorites!
  • Japanese tiramisu
  • Make sure you have cash or an American Express. They don't accept other cards!!!
  • Everything is delicious, especially the sushi!
  • Unusual jap for nyc.Kyoto/Kaiseki style. went 6/09. Is very good but some dishes are cold and not cooked.
  • Great presentation! Sashimi is very fresh and the custard pear compote dessert is excellent - my only gripe is they didn't have real chop sticks given the higher prices.
  • Best Udon in New York, very chewy. Just make sure you have either Amex or Cash.
  • The udon here is great, but some even better bites (cold burdock root or yuba with crab) can be found in the ever changing, seasonal, multi-course special meal. Expensive, but oh so worth it.

Nearby places

77 W Houston St (at W Broadway)