Teisui opens in Flatiron next week.
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Chef Yoshihiko Kousaka used to work at Jewel Bako.
These Japanese specialties are proliferating at New York’s newest izakayas and Asian-inflected fast-food joints.
The 18-course tasting menu costs $185.
The 17 sushi bites are just part of the $175 feast.
The chef says a few things about the menu may change, "but we are not going to go completely insane."
Try not to think about how crustaceans kind of resemble cockroaches of the sea.
Just when we needed the refreshment of cool mazeman noodles the most!
Collector, philanthropist, and former ballerina Mihoko Kiyokawa adds restaurateur to her resume.
The always-jammed soba specialist will be able to strech out in new digs.
Will the seemingly cursed space have a viable tenant at last?
It's not your standard sushi bar.
Focused on cooked dishes like chicken meatballs, rather than sushi.
The East Village kaiseki restaurant will showcase young Japanese cooks and relocate to midtown.
In the evening, this casual lunch places morphs into an izakaya.
A pair of Morimoto veterans are behind the cozy Japanese spot.
A Seattle native wants his hometown craze to catch on in New York.