277 Church Street, New York, NY | Directions 1001340.718632 -74.004829
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Tribeca
Try it for something different – The place is a good find in Tribeca, with an interesting drink menu and a cool looking interior. The food is good, though not cheap. The only annoying thing is the DJ, starting at 8pm: it makes the place much too noisy for conversation. But you can grab a Japanese comic book from the bar and start reading instead...
Great Japanese Food and Drinks in Funky Tokyo Interior – I've always been a big fan of Japanese food from ramen to sushi, which already have become American food.
I liked Japanese restaurants that serve more local Japanese food in East Village but didn't quite satisfied me enough.
But when I found Tokyo Bar in Tribeca, it really got me! Starting from Japanese styled fried chicken with tasty Tokyo Mojitos, then Omu-Rice (egg covered fried rice), and Green Tea Soufflet as dessert.
THEY ARE ALL SO DELICIOUS!
Too bad only 1 person has written the review- worth checking it out before it gets too crowded!
Awesome funky downtown atmosphere – Excellent Japanese tapas and good drink selection in one of the most uniquely designed restaurants in Manhattan. The entire place seems to have been extracted whole from a Japanese anime. The staff is friendly and the service is professional and prompt.
It's a bit out of the way if you don't live in Tribeca or Soho but ti's worth the trip -- easiest way to find it is go to the Tribeca Grand and look across Church St.
Editorial Review – Curries and Japanese-style spaghetti fill bellies at this neon-clad Japanese cafe in Tribeca.
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