Using food and service as our guide, Takahachi is one of my wife's and my favorite restaurants in our Tribeca neighborhood. More affordable than it's Japanese peers in the neighborhood--Nobu, Megu and Rosajin (to die for)--we've had many memorable dining experiences at Takahachi. It's not cheap eats, and worthy of a date night, the food is solid throughout and the service is terrfic. The big HOWEVER, is that parents, in the neighborhood I assume, of very young children feel it's appropriate to provide their children with a fine sushi experience. Obviously we all need to eat, but do 3-year olds (and younger) really appreciate fine Japanese food? Or are their parents so totally consumed by their own needs, that they are oblvious to the world around them? So head over to Takahashi, but peek in first, and see how many strollers are parked in the entry area. If the coast is clear, grab a table, you'll love the food and service.
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