The Low Down
Where to Sit: Sushi fans will want a spot at the 24-seat bar; reserve a place at the special eight-person omakase bar for the chef's choice of cuisine and kitchen view.
What to Drink: There's a long list of specialty cocktails to choose from (the spicy Morimotini and lemony White Lily), but a 10-ounce carafe of Morimoto's honey-kissed Junmai sake is the way to go ($22).
Know Before You Go: The downstairs bathrooms are worth checking out for their infinity mirrors and heated seats.
The Extras: Don't miss "Iron Chef" star Mario Batali's restaurant Del Posto, across the street.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
To best enjoy dining at Masaharu Morimoto's New York restaurant, don't hesitate to put yourself in the hands of the sensei. The $120 omakase not only saves precious decision-making minutes on 100-plus items, but chances are you'll beâ¦
By Maurizio D. at Foursquare
Qualsiasi portata spettacolare. Ottimo rapporto qualit prezzo. Read More
By Lloyd G. at Foursquare
Iron Chef Morimoto's flagship restaurant. Beautiful interior space. Fresh ingredients. Make reservations in advances as it gets real busy. Chirashi... Read More
By Ruggero M. at Foursquare
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By Valentina R. at Foursquare
Fine restaurant, white minimalist atmosphere. Exsquisite fish. Toro Tartare, Oysters and Seafood Toban Yaki are delightful. A must in Japanese cusine! Read More
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