Despite being on Times Square it wasn't busy and we got a table straight away. Nice modern restaurant with great sushi and good service.
We visited here quite late in the evening. The staff were fantastic and my Mum's and daughter's food was nice. I had a steak that was very chewy. To compound it, the knife wouldn't cut it! It spoilt my first ever night in NYC. Maybe I should have had fish :(
We came across this gem of a restaurant when we googled seafood restaurants near Times Square. I am really picky with my seafood as I as one of my hobbies is fishing and where I came from in Tasmania, Australia has some of the best seafood in the world. We managed to get in and were impressed with the atmosphere... More
I just want to say a very BIG THANK YOU to this beautiful restaurant. I can't review the food because we didn't eat there. But this restaurant did something NO restaurant in the UK would do to none customers. They allowed my daughter (the bride) myself and fellow wedding party members to use there restroom facilities only with out a... More
Great food and amazing view of the "sea" of people walking around Times Square... :) The bar is a great place to watch it all happen.
I've been at Blue Fin at night for late seafood and cocktails, and it's probably because it's a hotel restaurant with a full bar in the middle of Times Square, and therefore it's always too loud and too crowded for that sort of outing (though the drinks are good). Breakfast, however, was an entirely different story. The restaurant was not... More
From the moment we entered, the hostess and servers were amazing. The atmosphere is very modern to the point I felt like we were in a museum. Three people at the table ordered burgers which they liked and 2 of us ordered chicken which unfortunately was dry. That is why I am rating this average rather than very good. Once... More
This was just not good. My entree was served room temperature while the others at my table the food was hot. The halibut had no taste and I had to ask for lemon, salt and pepper. There are other restaurants that are much better than this.
I have been going to New York City for several years. The food has always been one of my favorite hots for sushi when I'm in town. It is in a fantastic location and has great ambience. We went to the restaurant for a business lunch. The menu has steered away from its classic sushi appeal, which I believe is... More
Register now for free — and start getting automatic notification of new reviews, responding to traveler feedback, adding new photos to your listing and much more.Manage your listing
3 days in New York City