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Ninja New York
Japanese Restaurant$$$
Today 5:45 – 11:00 pm
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25 Hudson St New York, NY 10013, United States
25 Hudson StreetUSNew YorkNew York10013
(212) 274-8500ninjanewyork.com
$$$Japanese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Bar
Today 5:45 – 11:00 pm
Monday 5:45 – 11:00 pmTuesday 5:45 – 11:00 pmWednesday 5:45 – 11:00 pmThursday 5:45 – 11:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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A medieval setting & roaming magicians delight children at this subterranean Japanese eatery.- Google
"Its like a amusement park for drunk ninjas, ok its awesome."
"After the meal a nice magician came and did some card tricks."
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Cuminican Lopez
in the last week
took my son for his 12th birthday because he loves ninjas and swords. it was a scary, yet endearing environment that was full of adventure from the start. you get your own private eating room and your own ninja . very fun and very interactive. the food was on cool dry ice displays but the taste was nothing to brag about but the atmosphere made up for it. My son LOVED it!
Juan Martinez
6 months ago
I ate their last night with my wife and her friends. The staff is very nice and the decor is pretty good even though I found it a little too dark inside. The food was not good. I ordered the IGA from the prefix menu which included Caesar salad, avocado rolls and a Angus NY strip steak. The avocado rolls looked like they were brought out of the fridge. I ordered the steak medium but it was probably rare since the meat looked red all around the inside. The outside was strangely very rough. I only took a few bites of the steak and could not finish it. I would suggest to management that they update the menu and / or change the food that they serve to guests.
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Omri Abarbanel
5 months ago
Came to the place because of the hype, and one time was enough. So they scare you before, throughout, and after your meal. After the first few time it became already annoying. The entertainment was really nice. After the meal a nice magician came and did some card tricks. However, as for a restaurant, the food and service was mediocre. The food was just not that good. I ordered the stake, which arrived overdone and had to be replaced. The show that comes with some of the dishes was not really exciting, and sometimes even dangerous. Our waiter wasn't that good or nice, and forgot some of the dishes. I know you pay for the experience too, but the food was just not worth it. I prefer to spend half of the price in a different place and not get a heart attack.
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Tom Vykruta
4 months ago
The food sucked and the sake waterfall tasted like it came from a can in Walmart. In addition to that they continuously yelled at us and we were not even doing anything wrong. they brought us free ninja headbands which made us feel like real ninjas and made experience tolerable.
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Celeste Brown
a month ago
The food was delicious and well prepared. My only issue in regards to the food was the portion sizes...some of them were very small. Although I am not a fan of sushi I found that I had many other meal choices. I highly recommend trying the ninja art dishes because they were amazingly delicious works of art. My friends and I enjoyed the magician on site and the village scenery was very realistic and eye catching. We were spooked several times by the ninjas prowling through the "village" and had a lot of fun. I highly recommend this restaurant to visitors of NY because it is one of a kind.
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Anthony Alcaro
3 months ago
A really fun ninja theme restaurant! you can tell the people who work there really love their job. The food is very good and the show to go along with some of the plates are super entertaining, but the cost is pretty steep. I'd definitely save this spot for a special occasion and not just a quick bite or a meetup with friends.
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Chanel B
9 months ago
I thoroughly enjoyed the theme, atmosphere, staff, cleanliness, and food at this restaurant. I was originally a little skeptical about coming here when a ten year old suggested it to me but it was a good time for both the kids and the adults. I really also appreciated the presentation of the food, my lamb came out flaming! Usually I have found that theme restaurants don't always have the best food as they focus more on the presentation and experience, however I was pleasantly surprised to find that the food here was quite delicious.
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Sara Lee
8 months ago
Ninja New York is quite an interesting restaurant that carries a much different experience than any other. Ninja themed and full of gimmicks, just be prepared for ninja antics and a display of magic tricks throughout your meal. I came here with a party of 9 for a surprise birthday party. This place is great for such a special occasion. Kids would especially enjoy this place. Regarding food, it can get pricy, but they offer deals that can be shared amongst 2 or more people. I shared the 'Sasuke' ($68) with another guest. This includes 3 starters -- Market Vegetables (seasonal vegetables compressed into a square and served with mentaiko mayonnaise), Batto Jutso (white shrimp and scallops served ceviche style), and assorted Sushi, along with 2 main entrees -- We went with the Angus NY Strip Steak and the Bonfire (grilled lamb chops with vegetables). The Sasuke was more than enough for myself and the guest whom I shared the dishes. The food was pretty good, but I'd say it was considerably more about the experience here. I personally prefer quieter, more private meals. It's not a restaurant for everyone. However, Ninja NY has something to offer if you're looking to try something different. In general, be prepared to be fully entertained throughout the night.
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