1016 Lexington Ave, New York, NY | Directions 1002140.770979 -73.962003
Mon-Fri, noon-10:30pm; Sat, 12:30pm-10:30pm; Sun, 4pm-10:30pm
Neighborhoods: Upper East Side, Midtown, Lenox Hill
A small neighborhood spot for sushi and cooked Japanese dishes on the Upper East Side. – The Scene
A well-dressed crowd frequents this homey setting with vivid green walls and charming wall art. The restaurant is small, with a sushi bar and a few tables at the front and a raised dining area in back. Few frills are offered besides calm, polite service and a quiet, clean environment. Pricing is somewhat higher than average.
A large array of hot entrees are the highlight on this Japanese menu. Grilled scallops in a thick, tangy miso-tarragon sauce are quite impressive, as are lobster spring rolls, served with green-tea salt and a darker, sweeter miso sauce. A few dishes could be better: Lobster teriyaki makes a poor showcase for the meat's subtle sweetness, and sauteed squid is tough and flavorless. But the comprehensive bento box is an excellent mini-tour of the kitchen. The sushi is tasty, but not particularly memorable.
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