Chiyono

★★★★☆
  • 328 E 6th St

    New York, NY 10003

    Cross street: nr. First Ave.

    Map & Directions
  • 212-673-3984

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i dont know what aaron is talking about but i live down the block and been coming here for a few months now after discovering it. the people are extremely nice and the chef will come out to check on the customers to see how the food is

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★★★★★

i dont know what aaron is talking about but i live down the block and been coming here for a few months now after discovering it. the people are extremely nice and the chef will come out to check on the customers to see how the food is

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Want rude service from women who do not speak English?

Wanr old food because of old hatred back to old wars between Asians and America?

Then eat at Chiyono and throw up for days.
Then come back for more so the can try to radiate you like we did to them all the way to ww2. And Vietnam, and Korea.

But hey if you don't belive I live in the building.

I am Aaron Graziano they know me. And I am willing to put my life on the line for you the patrons of NYC.

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★☆☆☆☆

Want rude service from women who do not speak English?

Wanr old food because of old hatred back to old wars between Asians and America?

Then eat at Chiyono and throw up for days.
Then come back for more so the can try to radiate you like we did to them all the way to ww2. And Vietnam, and Korea.

But hey if you don't belive I live in the building.

I am Aaron Graziano they know me. And I am willing to put my life on the line for you the patrons of NYC.

Pros: The Pro is you might live

Cons: the cons is you will certainanly wind up sick

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My wife and I love this place! The food is wonderful!
We eat there all the time and never get tired of it. The atmosphere is peaceful and mellow, service is excellent and I haven't had anything on the menu that I didn't like. On top of which the prices are very reasonable. I have recommended many friends go to Chiyono's and no one has been disappointed yet. In fact, most of them have become regular customers. My only concern is that everyone will find out what a secret gem the place is and we won't be able to get in!
My personal favorites are the saba shioyaki (grilled mackeral), kaku ni (stewed pork), and nasu miso (eggplant with miso). I also love the special avocado salad.
Note to really have a nice meal I recommend getting a 2-3 appetizers and 2 entrees and sharing.
Note if you are looking for sushi or teriyaki this is not the place. It is real Japanese home cooking. Enjoy!

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★★★★★

My wife and I love this place! The food is wonderful!
We eat there all the time and never get tired of it. The atmosphere is peaceful and mellow, service is excellent and I haven't had anything on the menu that I didn't like. On top of which the prices are very reasonable. I have recommended many friends go to Chiyono's and no one has been disappointed yet. In fact, most of them have become regular customers. My only concern is that everyone will find out what a secret gem the place is and we won't be able to get in!
My personal favorites are the saba shioyaki (grilled mackeral), kaku ni (stewed pork), and nasu miso (eggplant with miso). I also love the special avocado salad.
Note to really have a nice meal I recommend getting a 2-3 appetizers and 2 entrees and sharing.
Note if you are looking for sushi or teriyaki this is not the place. It is real Japanese home cooking. Enjoy!

Pros: food, ambience, price

Cons: none

 

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