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I was working alone in NYC and wanted to eat somewhere that wouldn't be awkward solo. The place had a chill, darker, evening vibe where I felt comfortable to eat on my own.
Good mid-ranged price sushi.
This restaurant is a hidden gem!! I come here all the time and when I can’t come, I deliver! The sushi is fresh. They have great lunch specials. They have incredible appetizers like Shumai, edamame, and dumplings. They have wine and beer happy hours. Most...importantly right now though, you can order through yelp and grub hub during covid 19 crisis!! I love coming here for lunch, dine in and happy hour and delivery and wanted the world to know :) enjoy folks!! Support local and eat delicious food at homeMore
Stayed at the hotel here and used the bar a couple of times after a day out in the city . Cool bar with what seemed like a lot of well heels locals using it . Then one night after a show we arrived late...and were welcomed to our seats . Food was out of this world and all the plates arriving around us also looked fantastic. Really nice atmosphere in the restaurant and staff very helpful. The carpaccio of tuna was a highlight and melted in the mouth. Would definitely revisit. Put this in your list of places to eat.More
This was our first visit to Natsumi. It’s in a hotel. It was a pre-theater dinner. Traffic was awful and we were 10 minutes late. The host kept us waiting for 15 minutes, walking around to see if people were going to get up from...their table. Others were waiting, too. In between he answered Seamless calls. We were finally seated and ordered. The shrimp tempura with veggies was delicious. I ordered teriyaki steak for my entree and it came out cold... I mean COLD! I sent it back, looking at my watch and getting nervous. The theater had said in an email that latecomers would not be seated. I told the host we had a curtain to make.
They were making me a new order, and it came out absolutely raw. I had originally ordered rare and made it clear I didn’t want it “blue” with a cold center. The host said “You ordered it rare.” I replied that it was raw! Back it went. Finally, a good one arrived. It was delicious, but I had twenty minutes to eat dinner. No time for the tempura cheesecake dessert I was looking forward to. When I said something to the host about the time factor he replied “You were late!” That’s not how you address a patron of your establishment! I sure didn’t like this guy!
I wolfed my meal down and we got the check. Wonder of wonders, the waiter said there was no charge for my entree! At least they did the right thing. Sadly, the food was delicious, but they overbook and the place was a madhouse. What a shame. I don’t think we’d go back.More
We chose this place for a family dinner for five. Reservations were at 6pm on a Friday and it was already packed. Service was so-so, we had to chase down our waiter for utensils and condiments after the food arrived. The food itself was tasty,...especially the sashimi and the tartufoes with matcha and taro ice creams. The Italian influences on the menu were odd, such as green tea gnocchi and mozzarella, pesto, peanut sauce spring rolls. We would have ordered the spring rolls if they had more traditional ingredients.More
The food really is great however the waiters have a terrible attitude and we simply wanted to leave as soon as we could. They messed up our order didn’t apologise, huffed and puffed and charged us extra for the pleasure. Not a pleasant dining experience...and plenty of other decent sushi restaurants available in NYC. My advice is to avoid this one.More
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None. Just take off your baseball cap like you would anywhere aside from Applebee's or Chili's. ;) I just wear my normal NYC clothes... slightly more dressy than what you'd wear in Seattle or Toledo, but just clothes... More
None. Just take off your baseball cap like you would anywhere aside from Applebee's or Chili's. ;) I just wear my normal NYC clothes... slightly more dressy than what you'd wear in Seattle or Toledo, but just clothes. Nothing fancy.