Tatany 72

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Monday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Tuesday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Wednesday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Thursday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Friday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Saturday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Sunday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM

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so many Japanese restaurants in the city focus on the sushi, and neglect the rest of the menu. Kazusa serves delicious sushi, but I very rarely eat it because I'm too busy trying all the other inventive and tasty things on the menu! and while the decor might not live up to New Yorkers' expectations of a Japanese restaurant, I count that as a plus - this is an elegant, comfortable restaurant that is totally unpretentious.

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★★★★★

so many Japanese restaurants in the city focus on the sushi, and neglect the rest of the menu. Kazusa serves delicious sushi, but I very rarely eat it because I'm too busy trying all the other inventive and tasty things on the menu! and while the decor might not live up to New Yorkers' expectations of a Japanese restaurant, I count that as a plus - this is an elegant, comfortable restaurant that is totally unpretentious.

Pros: value, seasonal specials, spacious seating

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Kazusa has become one of my favorite japanese rest. in the uper east side. You are seated promptly, and you have great fish at a great price. The atmosphere needs a kick, and the music doesn't fit the ambiance, however the sushi, shashimi, and tempura dishes are great. The other day I had a whole broiled squid and it was amazing. Take someone here and it won't cost you a fortune.

2
★★★★☆

Kazusa has become one of my favorite japanese rest. in the uper east side. You are seated promptly, and you have great fish at a great price. The atmosphere needs a kick, and the music doesn't fit the ambiance, however the sushi, shashimi, and tempura dishes are great. The other day I had a whole broiled squid and it was amazing. Take someone here and it won't cost you a fortune.

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Kazusa offers innovative cooked-food as well as fresh, tasty sushi, all at reasonable prices without the snotty attitude at Haru and other Upper East Side spots. The sushi chefs are well-trained and create fresh exciting works of art. Try the Omu-rice (a chicken and rice dish wrapped in a thin omelette) or the Kushiyaki (Shishito Peppers are Tasty treats) if you like kitchen dishes.
DO NOT MISS THIS PLACE.

2
★★★★★

Kazusa offers innovative cooked-food as well as fresh, tasty sushi, all at reasonable prices without the snotty attitude at Haru and other Upper East Side spots. The sushi chefs are well-trained and create fresh exciting works of art. Try the Omu-rice (a chicken and rice dish wrapped in a thin omelette) or the Kushiyaki (Shishito Peppers are Tasty treats) if you like kitchen dishes.
DO NOT MISS THIS PLACE.

Pros: Fresh Fish, Delicious Food, Attentive Services

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Kazusa started out as being an easy place to get sushi without the hassle of waiting. It is not a super trendy or social hot spot, but it is very clean, very well managed, and the people who work there care about their customers. This is a place that will survive and is now a neighborhood hang-out. Why? Because the sashimi and traditional Japanese dishes are absolutely excellent. The sashimi quality and cleanliness factor rival NObu-without the pomp, the arrogance, and Californiazation. The suhi chefs know their stuff and call their customers out by name. Skip the take-out, and head for the suhi bar. This is a place for after-work, a quiet friendly date, or any of the above. I love Kazusa!!!!!!

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★★★★★

Kazusa started out as being an easy place to get sushi without the hassle of waiting. It is not a super trendy or social hot spot, but it is very clean, very well managed, and the people who work there care about their customers. This is a place that will survive and is now a neighborhood hang-out. Why? Because the sashimi and traditional Japanese dishes are absolutely excellent. The sashimi quality and cleanliness factor rival NObu-without the pomp, the arrogance, and Californiazation. The suhi chefs know their stuff and call their customers out by name. Skip the take-out, and head for the suhi bar. This is a place for after-work, a quiet friendly date, or any of the above. I love Kazusa!!!!!!

Pros: fish quality, sahimi, service

Cons: decor a little sparse

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The food is some of the best japanese I've had outside of Tokyo. The ingredients always fresh, and always very tasty. The waitstaff is friendly and attentive; and the decor is pleasant in an Asian-minimalist style. This place is in my neigborhood, so I stop by often, and I've never had anything but a great meal with great service.
The lunch menu is exceptional value for money.

2
★★★★★

The food is some of the best japanese I've had outside of Tokyo. The ingredients always fresh, and always very tasty. The waitstaff is friendly and attentive; and the decor is pleasant in an Asian-minimalist style. This place is in my neigborhood, so I stop by often, and I've never had anything but a great meal with great service.
The lunch menu is exceptional value for money.

Pros: good ambience, friendly waitstaff, authentic cuisine

 

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