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Need to pick one restaurant to impress

Thanks everyone for the suggestions! I definitely plan on taking them to many different places so they can exrerience great nyc eats first hand; however, when it comes to really high end places, I can really afford just one "grand outing":)
Other than that I definitely selected places like Clinton St Baking Co,the Doughnut Plant,Russ & Daughters, Shack Shack (MSP), Katz, Motorino,Union Square Greenmarket, Wafles and Dinges truck, etc.
My friends seems to be open to pretty much everything is sounded very excited about the Japanese food. A lot of people here suggested Kyo-Ya - I think we should give it a try:)

Aug 12, 2011
Mila_NYC in Manhattan

Need to pick one restaurant to impress

OMG!I caught myself salivating just by reading this:) Thank you so much for your suggestion. Let's hope I will be lucky enough to score a reservation there!

Aug 11, 2011
Mila_NYC in Manhattan

Need to pick one restaurant to impress

It will be party of 4. I realize that scoring reservations at one of these top places will be hard. I think Peter Luger might definitely go over well. If not one of the high end Japanese places mentioned above will definitely work as well. My coworker just suggested BondSt. Sushi, worth trying?

Aug 11, 2011
Mila_NYC in Manhattan

Need to pick one restaurant to impress

Thanks for your reply! They will be staing for 2 weeks so hopefully (if I'm lucky:) will be able to score reservation at Per Se sometime next week or the following week.
Thanks again!

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Per Se
10 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019

Aug 11, 2011
Mila_NYC in Manhattan

Need to pick one restaurant to impress

Thank you for your reply. Any suggestions for high end Japanese?15 East, Sushi Yasuda come to mind...

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15 East
15 East 15th Street, New York, NY 10003

Sushi Yasuda
204 E 43rd St, New York, NY 10017

Aug 11, 2011
Mila_NYC in Manhattan

Need to pick one restaurant to impress

Hi all!
Some family members/friends come over to visit from all over Europe next week. I can afford one top-notch dinneing experience and can really use some suggestions.
Really want for it to be an "ultimate NYC dining experience" (two friends are coming from Paris and all they do is brag about the restaurant scene in Paris and that there is no way I can top that in NYC:)...I really want to prove them wrong!
Help!:)

Aug 11, 2011
Mila_NYC in Manhattan

Please help decide between EN Japanese Brasserie, Sushi of Gari,Matsugen and Zengo

Thank you very much for your reply.I will probably go with EN ....can't resist the place with good sashimi:)

Oct 22, 2010
Mila_NYC in Manhattan

Please help decide between EN Japanese Brasserie, Sushi of Gari,Matsugen and Zengo

After considering quite a few choices around for city for asian/japanese cuisine, I narrowed it down to the once above (EN Japanese Brasserie, Sushi of Gari,Matsugen and Zengo). Special occasion but nothing too crazy - just two people. I love sashimi and and appreciate good sake; while my boyfriend is more "crazy dragon roll with bunch of crunchy tempura" type of guy:)
Please, based on personal experiences, help to make a call!
Dinner is planned for tomorrow (Saturday) night!
Thank you!

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Zengo
622 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016

Oct 22, 2010
Mila_NYC in Manhattan

KOI NYC

Hi all,
My boyfriend just got resevations at Koi NYC. Did anyone have any experience with it (positive or negative)? Does the experience and food of course worth the money? Hope someone can shed some light since we still have time to cancel and pick something else (Asian Fusion, sushi)

Thanks in advance!

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Koi
40 West 40th Street, New York, NY 10018

Oct 12, 2010
Mila_NYC in Manhattan