Hiro

★★★★☆
  • 84 E 10TH St

    New York, NY 10003

    Cross street: nr. Fourth Ave.

    Map & Directions
  • 212-420-6189

About Hiro

Hours
Mon-Sat, noon-11pm; Sun, 4pm-11pm

Food

Food
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I order from Hiro every week! This week I ordered 4 times! They have the most unbelievable sashimi in the world that just melts in your mouth. Delivery time is quick and staff is always friendly.

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★★★★★

I order from Hiro every week! This week I ordered 4 times! They have the most unbelievable sashimi in the world that just melts in your mouth. Delivery time is quick and staff is always friendly.

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Delcious food and confortable environment make said that this is the best Japanese Restaurant i ever visit!!

2
★★★★★

Delcious food and confortable environment make said that this is the best Japanese Restaurant i ever visit!!

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PERFECT.. PERFECT.. PERFECT.. The only word that comes to mind when describing the food and service at Hiro. When it comes to sushi, I go insane, that's why I like to try different japanese restaurants when I discover them. When I stopped by Hiro last weekend, I was amazed and speechless about their fresh assortment of sushi, sashimi and special creative rolls. It's the most heavenly fish I've ever had. Yes, I do agree that Nobu, Tamoe and Blue Ribbon serves great sashimi, but they come nothing close to Hiro. Must try: Hiro Roll, Black Pearl Roll, Sashimi & Tempura. Hiro is worth going back again and again and again.. you get the idea !!!

2
★★★★★

PERFECT.. PERFECT.. PERFECT.. The only word that comes to mind when describing the food and service at Hiro. When it comes to sushi, I go insane, that's why I like to try different japanese restaurants when I discover them. When I stopped by Hiro last weekend, I was amazed and speechless about their fresh assortment of sushi, sashimi and special creative rolls. It's the most heavenly fish I've ever had. Yes, I do agree that Nobu, Tamoe and Blue Ribbon serves great sashimi, but they come nothing close to Hiro. Must try: Hiro Roll, Black Pearl Roll, Sashimi & Tempura. Hiro is worth going back again and again and again.. you get the idea !!!

Pros: fresh fresh fish..., excellent service..., warm atmosphere...

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I have lived in the city for many years now and have sampled the spectrum of sushi joints from sushi samba to nobu. I have found the supposed hidden hotspots such as tomoe and yama and choshi and yet I am at a loss when comparing all the above cuisines to Hiro. I am afraid to post such a review for fear that my standing table might be lost in a sea of foodies but I must tell you that never have I tasted fresher sashimi, more creative rolls or experienced friendlier service. This is a true gem of a restaurant and I only hope that my table still waits this sunday evening!

2
★★★★★

I have lived in the city for many years now and have sampled the spectrum of sushi joints from sushi samba to nobu. I have found the supposed hidden hotspots such as tomoe and yama and choshi and yet I am at a loss when comparing all the above cuisines to Hiro. I am afraid to post such a review for fear that my standing table might be lost in a sea of foodies but I must tell you that never have I tasted fresher sashimi, more creative rolls or experienced friendlier service. This is a true gem of a restaurant and I only hope that my table still waits this sunday evening!

Pros: Best sushi in NY, Great Service, Fresh Fresh Fresh

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Hiro is missing a few elements that make a good sushi resturant.

1. The sushi is hard, cold, and way too big. The Monster sushi trend is over, sushi should be small enough to eat in one bite, the rice needs to be turned over every hour, thus keeping it warm and moist, and the fish must be IN SEASON!

2. A Sake list must include at least 12 Drys and 12 Kuriis.

3. Specialty sushi is fun and inventive but it should never include condiments.

Hiro is not that good, but they could be, by changing format to a higher quality of fish and chef, and by increasing the variety of fish by say: 40 types. I hope they get better, because the staff is really a nice bunch of people!

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★☆☆☆☆

Hiro is missing a few elements that make a good sushi resturant.

1. The sushi is hard, cold, and way too big. The Monster sushi trend is over, sushi should be small enough to eat in one bite, the rice needs to be turned over every hour, thus keeping it warm and moist, and the fish must be IN SEASON!

2. A Sake list must include at least 12 Drys and 12 Kuriis.

3. Specialty sushi is fun and inventive but it should never include condiments.

Hiro is not that good, but they could be, by changing format to a higher quality of fish and chef, and by increasing the variety of fish by say: 40 types. I hope they get better, because the staff is really a nice bunch of people!

Pros: Its Empty

Cons: Ill prepared sushi, no variety

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I have been to all the Nobus and Tomoes in NYC. Hiro's food is better than them all. It is a quaint restaurant with a refined interior. The secret is the food. There have been different interesting sushi specials every time I have been there (usually written on the board outside), especially the combination rolls. The quality of the sushi is superb, but the appetizers are almost better. The tri-colored sushi tartar, kani-su, and the soft shell crab tempura were extraordinary. The menu is extensive and there is much to explore, but I cannot remember anything on the menu over $10.00. I cannot say enough good things about Hiro, I am going back tonight.

2
★★★★★

I have been to all the Nobus and Tomoes in NYC. Hiro's food is better than them all. It is a quaint restaurant with a refined interior. The secret is the food. There have been different interesting sushi specials every time I have been there (usually written on the board outside), especially the combination rolls. The quality of the sushi is superb, but the appetizers are almost better. The tri-colored sushi tartar, kani-su, and the soft shell crab tempura were extraordinary. The menu is extensive and there is much to explore, but I cannot remember anything on the menu over $10.00. I cannot say enough good things about Hiro, I am going back tonight.

Pros: Excellent food, Nice looking place, great chefs

Cons: quiet

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This place is SO good! Great value, service and speedy delivery too. The shrimp tempura roll is scrumptious, usuzukuri hamachi, kani su are also delicious! We love this place and are so happy it delivers. Excellent sushi at a great price.

2
★★★★★

This place is SO good! Great value, service and speedy delivery too. The shrimp tempura roll is scrumptious, usuzukuri hamachi, kani su are also delicious! We love this place and are so happy it delivers. Excellent sushi at a great price.

Pros: Delicious, Delivery, Value

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This is a charming restaurant in the East Village. I sat at the Sushi Bar and service was very friendly and attentive.

The presentation of the sushi was beautiful and the food was good.

I would definitely visit this restaurant again. Good value!

2
★★★★☆

This is a charming restaurant in the East Village. I sat at the Sushi Bar and service was very friendly and attentive.

The presentation of the sushi was beautiful and the food was good.

I would definitely visit this restaurant again. Good value!

Pros: good food, attentive, friendly service

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Hiro gets a "1" rating, but I'd like them to do well. The Owners/Operators are very nice, and have built a beautiful little restaurant. The food however, to put it gently: sucks. The rice is cold and hard, the fish is far from fresh, it's not cut well, the pieces are too big, the sea weed is chewy, it's ALL wrong. Please go to Blue Ribbon Sushi and sample their sushi, then go back to your restaurant and copy it. If only the sushi at Hiro were great, I think they would have a top establishment, but truly after eating sushi all my 61 years, this is the worst I've ever had.

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★☆☆☆☆

Hiro gets a "1" rating, but I'd like them to do well. The Owners/Operators are very nice, and have built a beautiful little restaurant. The food however, to put it gently: sucks. The rice is cold and hard, the fish is far from fresh, it's not cut well, the pieces are too big, the sea weed is chewy, it's ALL wrong. Please go to Blue Ribbon Sushi and sample their sushi, then go back to your restaurant and copy it. If only the sushi at Hiro were great, I think they would have a top establishment, but truly after eating sushi all my 61 years, this is the worst I've ever had.

Cons: terrible sushi

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Intimate but charming interior with extremely friendly and attentive service. The food is all-around good, with the rolls usually excellent and the sushi/sashimi not quite on the same level. (The sashimi is cut a little thinly.) It's not the best Japanese restaurant in the East Village, but it's a pretty solid one for its modest prices, and worth repeat visits.

2
★★★★☆

Intimate but charming interior with extremely friendly and attentive service. The food is all-around good, with the rolls usually excellent and the sushi/sashimi not quite on the same level. (The sashimi is cut a little thinly.) It's not the best Japanese restaurant in the East Village, but it's a pretty solid one for its modest prices, and worth repeat visits.

Pros: Service, Prices

 

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