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Ninja New York
Japanese Restaurant$$$
Today 5:45 – 11:00 pm
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25 Hudson St New York, NY 10013
25 Hudson StreetUSNew YorkNew York10013
(212) 274-8500ninjanewyork.com
$$$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
"It's a fun experience, but too gimmiky and not enough focus on the food."
"The edamame and shrimp cocktail were not worth getting, just were on dry ice."
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Michael Sekol
2 months ago
Atmosphere was whimsically entertaining. Not sure a black restaurant talking jive serving fried chitlins* could get away with it like this place employing asians talking like the are from a bad japanese movie and serving japanesesque food, but they pull it off well. Food was pricy but you got a ton of it and was awesome. I hixghly recommend it.
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Evelina Landsberg
3 months ago
Superfun place! A one of a kind place u have to visit at least once. Amazing scenery and entertainment. The food was good but not the highlight of the restaurant. Spooked by ninjas during our meal and when entering/leaving/going to bathroom.
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jennifer garcia
2 weeks ago
Could have been way better. There was a baseball player there and they really didn't pay us an attention
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Cuminican Lopez
5 months ago
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!
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Julie Xiao
3 months ago
I came here for my sister's birthday dinner since she likes ninjas and it's the kind of restaurant that's known more for entertainment than food. The food was decent, but a bit overcooked since they have to light everything on fire. I wouldn't call it magic to burn food but sure why not. We got the edamame, shrimp cocktail, steak, and duck. For dessert, we go the ninja star cake. The edamame and shrimp cocktail were not worth getting, just were on dry ice. The steak and duck were actually not bad, just a bit burned. I like the sea urchin butter that came with the steak. The entertainment was interesting. The ninjas popped in and out and there was a magician that did tricks in between the entrees and dessert. All in all, it was an entertaining dinner that is probably only good to visit for a birthday.
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Mei Ly
2 months ago
I came here with a friend and it was a fun experience. I love the ninja theme. I still remember her face when the ninja pop out to scare us. It was so funny. The food was okay, we had lobster, sashimi, Angus rib beef, appetizers and stir fry noodles. The rib was pretty good but we didn't like the lobster. Their presentation is pretty but dishes are mid size portion. It was fun to have the ninja piping out and in plus they had magic show too. Overall it was a good experience, but also costly too.
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Celeste Brown
6 months 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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Karen N
2 months ago
There aren't too many tricks up these ninja's sleeves compared to the Ninja Restaurant in Tokyo. Food is average and overpriced for what you pay for, and entertainment value is relatively low. Only go here if you're curious and don't think you'll ever trek to Japan. Otherwise, save your first Ninja Restaurant experience for Tokyo!