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  1. Diancecht


    a little bird told me they are opening soon with a chef who previously worked at silver apricot and per se. the menu is a mix of korean, french, american and japanese. sounds interesting, no? extremely small space and probably will be impossible to get in. 49 west 32nd (broadway)
  2. Diancecht


    four stars wonder if they’re the new masa; don’t read the comments though.
  3. we had dinner there last night. it’s a michelin one-star known for serving edomae style sushi, otsumami and sushiya dishes. all fish are flown from japan. there were some interesting pieces such as the kohada and aburi toro which i have never had before. possibly worth your time if you are in town. $773.25 prepaid seating for two, $486 for alcohol, supplements and additional tip. 115 sansome (bush)
  4. we had dinner at soba ichi (2311a magnolia (grand)) in oakland last night. if you had been to honmura an when it was open in nyc, they are on par with the quality of soba that was made there. the restaurant is open from thursday to sunday, no reservations are accepted and it’s first come-first served. they’re worth your time if you’re ever in the area. 2018 sf chronicle review eater sf highlight
  5. New soba place across the street from Gramercy Tavern. Branch of a two-century-old restaurant in Japan Lots of hype. Service was non-existent. We sat for well over twenty minutes being ignored before someone took our order. The table next to us appeared to be having the same problem. It was around the forty-five minute mark after our reservation that the first food hit the table. Oddly, this was one of the same major problems at the last new Japanese restaurant we tried. Though this wasn’t nearly as bad as that place. And much like that other place, the food when it finally arrived
  6. Seth Gordon

    Cha Kee

    I was reticent to write about Cha Kee here because - caveat - I’m friends with the chef. Not a close friend, but we’ve worked a couple gigs together and enjoyed a few drinks. But the current Lunar New Year’s specials are something worth noting before they disappear. And the kitchen is way more on point than when they first opened, in general. Our first couple meals there were solid enough, but I knew she was capable of more. I don’t know what precipitated the changes, but that more is happening. Standouts from the other night were miso Oysters Rockefeller, some surprisingly gamy (in
  7. rintaro is one of our favorite japanese restaurants in san francisco. we hadn’t been able to visit due to the pandemic, and last night’s visit made up for lost time. they have started offering kappo rintaro within the last three months, kind of a restaurant-within-a-restaurant, with a more ambitious menu that contains the kind of food that sylvan would like to cook regularly but doesn’t neatly fit what is on rintaro’s regular menu. 2016 sf chronicle review yelp entry 2018 mission local review with some housemade umeshu and asahi beer, the bill was $432 for two (incl. 2
  8. Daniel

    Sushi Katsuei

    Sushi Katsuei 210 7th Ave Brooklyn, NY 11215 This place has been open for two years and I am upset to just be finding it now.. This place is fantastic. Miss K was home for a night before heading back out so, we wanted to have a special dinner with her. This was certainly the place to do it.. When we walked in, I noticed three sushi chefs behind the counter wearing white coats with ties tucked into them.. All with glasses, all looking in their 60's.. They were familiar.. "is that the guy from Gari?" "Is that the guy from Sekki?" "Is that our waitress from Gari" Turns ou
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