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Today 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pm
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88 10th Ave New York, NY 10011
88 10th AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10011
$$$$Japanese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Today 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pm
Monday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pmTuesday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm – 12:00 amFriday 12:00 – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pmSaturday 5:30 pm – 12:00 amSunday 5:30 – 10:00 pm
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Sleek, spaceshiplike restaurant & lounge serving Masaharu Morimoto's pricey Japanese cuisine.- Google
"For sushi, we got the spicy tuna roll and eel and avocado rolls."
"Appetizer: Oyster foie gras - loved it."
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Dianna Chou
a month ago
Food: - Fugu (blowfish) 3 ways - This was a special appetizer that day - there was fugu sashimi and shredded skin on a plate, and a bowl of fried fugu bones with meat (kind of like kara-age). Pricey(90) but a interesting experience since fugu isn't as common a dish. The fish itself was very mild, though it came with some soy and yuzu sauce (I think) for dipping. - Tableside tofu - They add salt water to hot soy milk at the table and 7 minutes later there is yummy soft tofu to eat - fun mini-show to wash. It's served with a tasty mushroom sauce (has some ginger in it though), and some tiny rice cracker balls to sprinkle on top - I enjoyed them more eating them separately from the dish. - Surf and turf - surf is raw hamachi strips with avocado which was very tasty, turf was about a 3 oz piece of beef sliced into 3 pieces for you. It came with a side of potato circles which was pretty good, though a bit oily. - Sea bass - a thick, well-cooked cut of the oily fish, marinated with miso sauce and had some sliced eggplant and tomato which was tasty Service: - Very good. - They have a rotating waiter service, so several people serve you as needed.
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Casey Ho
3 months ago
Not impressed. Tojo's in Vancouver is better. Unimpressive dishes and execution. Service is good but short of exceptional. Seating is cramped along the wall.
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Nick Borowitz
7 months ago
I have been here twice now and I'm in love. Something about the surf and turf makes my heart melt. The sushi is nothing short of amazing, I just wish it was cheaper. I would be frequenting this place a lot more if it was!
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Brett Norton
a year ago
Disappointed. I expected to have the best sushi and dinner I have ever had and didn't. It was very good but have had much better at smaller, less well known sushi restaurants. Also the building seems to be getting old. Needs a good cleaning and some fresh paint.
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Kent Winrich
5 months ago
WOW, what a disappointment. I set up reservations expecting this to be our best dinner of our trip to NYC. We felt extremely rushed and he waitress hardly even looked at us. My wife ordered the lobster dish and I ordered the halibut the was to be prepared at the table. The lobster dish was BORING. The sauce WAY overpowered the lobster so that you could not even taste the lobster. All we could taste was the sauce. My halibut.. I ordered it expecting the display since it was to be prepared at the table. Basically some guy from the kitchen came out and stirred the fish and rice.. WO HOOO... not. And this was THE most boring dish I think I have ever ate. WAY overrated and overpriced! VERY disappointed!
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Vid Leko
4 months ago
Food: nice presentation, but no substance. I just payed over 120 $ for basically mediocre bar food. One could eat much, much better for the same or lower price. Overall impression: pseudo-fancy.
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Dominic Hackley
10 months ago
Had dinner last night for the first time with a friend who has been at least more than ten times. Morimoto is exactly what one would expect from a high-end Japanese restaurant in NYC's Meatpacking District- clean and elegant design (lots of white/glass/creme/acrylic; the bathrooms have hi-tech toilets and infinity mirrors); top-notch and very friendly/attentive service, complete with quality checks at the proper intervals; and most important of all, delicious food. I am not sure you can go wrong ordering anything on the menu. A few musts are the Rock Shrimp Tempura appetizer, Sea Bass and Black Cod entrees. All of the sushi/sashimi is ridiculously fresh. Make sure to try the seasonal specials as well, we had sesame crusted asparagus which was outrageous. This is definitely a pricey establishment, perfect for a special occasion, or if you're just in the mood to splurge and treat yourself to a great meal.
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Federico Torre
a year ago
It's hard not to like Morimoto. The restaurant is really nice and spacious which seems to be a rarity in NYC, so big groups are welcome. Their service is second to none and the food is exceptional. Some stand out dishes for me were the Spicy King Crab and the Octopus Carpaccio appetizers. As for the sushi I opted to go for their fatty and medium-fatty tuna and that's where I realized the drawbacks of ordering fine cuts of fresh fish at a place this big. By the time the sushi was prepared and finally brought across the tundra that is this big restaurant to my table it looked like it had been dried out a bit. My recommendation if you're going to have sushi is to do it at the bar or another place altogether, else just stick with their other dishes, especially when you're paying this much for it.
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