Krizia

★★★★☆
  • 446 West 14th St.

    New York, NY 10014

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  • 212-879-1211

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On a not too busy Thursday night in May, myself and 3 girlfriends decided to try the place out. We all loved our food but the service we all agreed was not. When showed to our table, we requested one of the two empty booths which would be more comfortable right next to the table we we're going to be seated at. The hostess walks away briefly, returns and says they're being reserved for a parties of six. Not long after, a party of four was seated by the same hostess.

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★★★☆☆

On a not too busy Thursday night in May, myself and 3 girlfriends decided to try the place out. We all loved our food but the service we all agreed was not. When showed to our table, we requested one of the two empty booths which would be more comfortable right next to the table we we're going to be seated at. The hostess walks away briefly, returns and says they're being reserved for a parties of six. Not long after, a party of four was seated by the same hostess.

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I've been to Matsuri on both weekends and weeknights. While the service can vary, the food has been solid on every visit. I've had some awesome small dishes, esp. a chawanmushi with shellfish and black truffle oil. The sake list is simply one of the best I've seen outside of Japan, with over 100 bottles. The sushi, however, was not as good as some of the other places in the city. The room is enormous and stunning, leading to a fun albeit noisy experience.

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★★★★★

I've been to Matsuri on both weekends and weeknights. While the service can vary, the food has been solid on every visit. I've had some awesome small dishes, esp. a chawanmushi with shellfish and black truffle oil. The sake list is simply one of the best I've seen outside of Japan, with over 100 bottles. The sushi, however, was not as good as some of the other places in the city. The room is enormous and stunning, leading to a fun albeit noisy experience.

Pros: Food, Excellent List, Decor

Cons: , long waits

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Been to Matsuri multiple times, all during the week, avoiding amateur nights on the weekends: that might explain why my experience is so different than the past couple of reviews.

Food is simply divine (Yellowtail, Kobe beef, Sake Cod). Service is superb, even the door on busy nights has been more than accomodating (They keep tables upstairs for walk-ins, can hang out or even eat at the bar). Leave room for deserts, and try the sampler.

OK, it's not cheap, but you DO get your money's worth. The bar is also quite happening, both sides of it!

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★★★★★

Been to Matsuri multiple times, all during the week, avoiding amateur nights on the weekends: that might explain why my experience is so different than the past couple of reviews.

Food is simply divine (Yellowtail, Kobe beef, Sake Cod). Service is superb, even the door on busy nights has been more than accomodating (They keep tables upstairs for walk-ins, can hang out or even eat at the bar). Leave room for deserts, and try the sampler.

OK, it's not cheap, but you DO get your money's worth. The bar is also quite happening, both sides of it!

Pros: Food, Service, Ambiance

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Honestly, I am suprised how many people liked Matsuri. When the Sashimi app. Special I ordered came out within a minute I was a little weirded out.... it must have been sitting around because the fish was slimy and very fishy. Saki way overpriced by the glass. I ordered the Sushi sampler entre - It came out with 5 peices of sushi! Oh, I forgot my Lobster soup- It was ok I guess, nothing I would order again. Needless to say, I left $100 poorer and very hungry. The service was as good as the food.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Honestly, I am suprised how many people liked Matsuri. When the Sashimi app. Special I ordered came out within a minute I was a little weirded out.... it must have been sitting around because the fish was slimy and very fishy. Saki way overpriced by the glass. I ordered the Sushi sampler entre - It came out with 5 peices of sushi! Oh, I forgot my Lobster soup- It was ok I guess, nothing I would order again. Needless to say, I left $100 poorer and very hungry. The service was as good as the food.

Pros: ambiance

Cons: , service, price

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Matsuri is phenominal. I go out to eat quite often and Matsuri is one of my favorite restaurants in New Yok. The sushi melts in your mouth, the sake is exceptional and the waitors are well educated about the menu and very polite. The shrimp tempura, sushi, and crab udon noodle soup special are must haves. And the atmoshphere is perfect for any occasion... trendy yet classy. It is on par with Nobu and much better than Megu and Bond Street.

2
★★★★★

Matsuri is phenominal. I go out to eat quite often and Matsuri is one of my favorite restaurants in New Yok. The sushi melts in your mouth, the sake is exceptional and the waitors are well educated about the menu and very polite. The shrimp tempura, sushi, and crab udon noodle soup special are must haves. And the atmoshphere is perfect for any occasion... trendy yet classy. It is on par with Nobu and much better than Megu and Bond Street.

Pros: great value, amazing sushi, excellent service

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Loved it and cannot simply wait to get there again!
Maritime is so so spiced up!!

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★★★★★

Loved it and cannot simply wait to get there again!
Maritime is so so spiced up!!

Pros: excellent food, decor, good service

Cons: , busy busy

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Obviously, the other nasty reviewers are biased and had one bad experience( I bet they work at spice market, LOL). (*ps: if your reservation is "lost" you should see the maitre'd, NOT a hostess, DUH) It is not easy to get rsv on the main floor, since a lot of celebs visit - so don't count on main floor seating. The bar view is just as nice, and wide! The food was great and diverse. Our server (His name was marcus I think) was SO wonderful and accomidating. The music is very loud so it is hard for service to be impeccable - many times it was hard to hear him and vice versa, but overall it was a FAB experience and we've been back 3-4 times!

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★★★★☆

Obviously, the other nasty reviewers are biased and had one bad experience( I bet they work at spice market, LOL). (*ps: if your reservation is "lost" you should see the maitre'd, NOT a hostess, DUH) It is not easy to get rsv on the main floor, since a lot of celebs visit - so don't count on main floor seating. The bar view is just as nice, and wide! The food was great and diverse. Our server (His name was marcus I think) was SO wonderful and accomidating. The music is very loud so it is hard for service to be impeccable - many times it was hard to hear him and vice versa, but overall it was a FAB experience and we've been back 3-4 times!

Pros: food, friendly service, hot people

Cons: , crowded lobby

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The space is cool, but the food and service were awful. What a waste of money. Someone said that the cod was like Nobu -- it was as far from Nobu as you can get. I would never come here again - it's awful.

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★☆☆☆☆

The space is cool, but the food and service were awful. What a waste of money. Someone said that the cod was like Nobu -- it was as far from Nobu as you can get. I would never come here again - it's awful.

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Granted the the restaurant is beautiful but when it comes to bad service, it is far from worth it!!!! My reservation was lost and the hostess was not only unhelpful but was absolutely rude. The manager should wise up and change the hosting staff!!!

1
★★☆☆☆

Granted the the restaurant is beautiful but when it comes to bad service, it is far from worth it!!!! My reservation was lost and the hostess was not only unhelpful but was absolutely rude. The manager should wise up and change the hosting staff!!!

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Totally agree with the previous two reivews. this restaurant may represent nice ambience however, more or even totally new training of waiter and waitress is definitely required. service is terrible, it's beyond description.

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★☆☆☆☆

Totally agree with the previous two reivews. this restaurant may represent nice ambience however, more or even totally new training of waiter and waitress is definitely required. service is terrible, it's beyond description.

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Matsuri is a beautiful space but the people who fill it and the management staff are horrible!
My friends and I had a 10:15 restaurant but were not seated until after 11:00 (without apology). Then we sat unacknowledged at our table for 15 min more. After a fork was dropped on the head of my friend (again without apology) we left. Bad service, ugly unhip crowd, and feckless management - STAY AWAY FROM THIS ONE!

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★☆☆☆☆

Matsuri is a beautiful space but the people who fill it and the management staff are horrible!
My friends and I had a 10:15 restaurant but were not seated until after 11:00 (without apology). Then we sat unacknowledged at our table for 15 min more. After a fork was dropped on the head of my friend (again without apology) we left. Bad service, ugly unhip crowd, and feckless management - STAY AWAY FROM THIS ONE!

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The attitude at the door was horrendous. My party of four had a reservation and arrived on time, but got sent to the back room despite a number of open tables in the main room. When we asked, twice, to be moved, we were told they could not guarantee anyone a table in a main room. However, they couldn't move us because they were guaranteeing those same tables for other parties! The attitude we received from the hostess reeked of a small person on a power trip in her own little fiefdom. When the flame dies down in 6 months, don't call me!

0
★☆☆☆☆

The attitude at the door was horrendous. My party of four had a reservation and arrived on time, but got sent to the back room despite a number of open tables in the main room. When we asked, twice, to be moved, we were told they could not guarantee anyone a table in a main room. However, they couldn't move us because they were guaranteeing those same tables for other parties! The attitude we received from the hostess reeked of a small person on a power trip in her own little fiefdom. When the flame dies down in 6 months, don't call me!

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Upon entering Matsuri, I already felt I was going to be transported into a very special place. The descending staircase takes one into a Zen like temple, simple yet grand. We sat downstairs and the place was bursting with atmosphere. From the wood-beamed ceiling to the bathroom frescoes, no detail has been spared. The food was excellent. New York has been starved for an izikaya in a bustling setting, without Nobu prices. We had a sampling of oshitashi, yellowtail sashimi, a well done spicy tuna roll, and an excellent unfiltered sake. My only disappointment was when the sushi chef told me they didn't serve nato. He said it will be there next time I visit! Matsuri is a feast for the eyes and the senses. Go there now.

2
★★★★☆

Upon entering Matsuri, I already felt I was going to be transported into a very special place. The descending staircase takes one into a Zen like temple, simple yet grand. We sat downstairs and the place was bursting with atmosphere. From the wood-beamed ceiling to the bathroom frescoes, no detail has been spared. The food was excellent. New York has been starved for an izikaya in a bustling setting, without Nobu prices. We had a sampling of oshitashi, yellowtail sashimi, a well done spicy tuna roll, and an excellent unfiltered sake. My only disappointment was when the sushi chef told me they didn't serve nato. He said it will be there next time I visit! Matsuri is a feast for the eyes and the senses. Go there now.

Pros: Beautiful Setting, Great Food, Variety

Cons: , Hard to Get In

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Some flavor combos are tasty, but the portions are LAUGHABLY SMALL. Skip the pear martini (which strangely tastes like lemonade) and get the midori martini, which is like a tasty, apple-green alcoholic slushee. The fried whole fish is completely rubbery, although the sake marinated fish is very creamy and rivals the miso-marinated cod at Nobu's. Really expensive, some dishes are hit-and-miss. Not the first place I'd recommend. Plus you get all the wanna-bees who go to places like The Park.

1
★★☆☆☆

Some flavor combos are tasty, but the portions are LAUGHABLY SMALL. Skip the pear martini (which strangely tastes like lemonade) and get the midori martini, which is like a tasty, apple-green alcoholic slushee. The fried whole fish is completely rubbery, although the sake marinated fish is very creamy and rivals the miso-marinated cod at Nobu's. Really expensive, some dishes are hit-and-miss. Not the first place I'd recommend. Plus you get all the wanna-bees who go to places like The Park.

Pros: good midori martini

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went there on friday night with my boyfriend.
very modern and fashionable japanese restaurant.
bar area is nice for after work drinks.
if you want to sit down and eat, making a reservation in advance is must.
food was great, our waiter was attentive, but not annoying.
i would go back there again!

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★★★★★

went there on friday night with my boyfriend.
very modern and fashionable japanese restaurant.
bar area is nice for after work drinks.
if you want to sit down and eat, making a reservation in advance is must.
food was great, our waiter was attentive, but not annoying.
i would go back there again!

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the decor of this place is so cool, without being pretentious. and the food is great. i tried the mushrooms small plate, sake black cod, lobster miso soup, edamame and mt. fuji dessert (meringue shaped mountain filled with whipped cream and chestnut paste). everything tasted amazing but not overpowering. and the service was very good. though you won't leave stuffed (portions are on the smaller side), you'll leave very satisfied.

2
★★★★★

the decor of this place is so cool, without being pretentious. and the food is great. i tried the mushrooms small plate, sake black cod, lobster miso soup, edamame and mt. fuji dessert (meringue shaped mountain filled with whipped cream and chestnut paste). everything tasted amazing but not overpowering. and the service was very good. though you won't leave stuffed (portions are on the smaller side), you'll leave very satisfied.

Pros: great food, decor, service

Cons: a little pricey, small portions

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These negative reviews must be due to a brand new restaurant working out it's kinks because this place was amazing ESP THE SERVICE....Our Asian waitress knew the menu like the back of her hand (described every sake and app in detail) and had a super friendly "whatever you need" vibe. At one point I was just looking around the room and the mgr came by and asked if were ok. Very attentive!! (Trust me, I looked for anything wrong as I take CitySearch reviews seriously know the biz). The food was very inventive and not expensive for a shwanky place. The great sakes can get run up the bill fast though. (We tried almost all of them) Be sure to try the Cod. Amazing. This is a great date place. The room is beautiful and the staff really does everything to please.

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★★★★★

These negative reviews must be due to a brand new restaurant working out it's kinks because this place was amazing ESP THE SERVICE....Our Asian waitress knew the menu like the back of her hand (described every sake and app in detail) and had a super friendly "whatever you need" vibe. At one point I was just looking around the room and the mgr came by and asked if were ok. Very attentive!! (Trust me, I looked for anything wrong as I take CitySearch reviews seriously know the biz). The food was very inventive and not expensive for a shwanky place. The great sakes can get run up the bill fast though. (We tried almost all of them) Be sure to try the Cod. Amazing. This is a great date place. The room is beautiful and the staff really does everything to please.

Pros: Service, ambience, food

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When I walked into Matsuri, I liked the ambiance. Being able to sit on the balcony to people watch was a definite plus. However, after this initial positive impression everything went downhill. The service was shoddy at best. The waitress was not very responsive to requests and was slow to return with drinks. Both mine and my date's meals were screwed up in some way. The meal itself was not particularly tasty--for example the kobe beef was bland. And, to round the evening out, there were several mistakes in the check.

I might try this place again just to see if my first visit was a series of flukes.

1
★★☆☆☆

When I walked into Matsuri, I liked the ambiance. Being able to sit on the balcony to people watch was a definite plus. However, after this initial positive impression everything went downhill. The service was shoddy at best. The waitress was not very responsive to requests and was slow to return with drinks. Both mine and my date's meals were screwed up in some way. The meal itself was not particularly tasty--for example the kobe beef was bland. And, to round the evening out, there were several mistakes in the check.

I might try this place again just to see if my first visit was a series of flukes.

Pros: ambiance

Cons: service, food

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The ambiance is great here. Cavernous, dimly lit, with dark wood and high ceilings. This place is a slightly modern twist on traditional Japanese architecture. The food is great. However, I must mention that you have to be a true sushi/sashimi lover to enjoy the meal. The menu is based primarily on sushi and sashimi offerings. All of it tastes great but, if you're looking entrees such as chicken teriyaki this is not the place for you. The kobe beef is excellent, prepared perfectly with a delicate drop of wasabi/mustard sauce to finish the flavor.

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★★★★★

The ambiance is great here. Cavernous, dimly lit, with dark wood and high ceilings. This place is a slightly modern twist on traditional Japanese architecture. The food is great. However, I must mention that you have to be a true sushi/sashimi lover to enjoy the meal. The menu is based primarily on sushi and sashimi offerings. All of it tastes great but, if you're looking entrees such as chicken teriyaki this is not the place for you. The kobe beef is excellent, prepared perfectly with a delicate drop of wasabi/mustard sauce to finish the flavor.

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Though hiphop or pop music they were playing was hard to understand, Decor and atomosphere are really great, it is worth going. I think this place is too expensive for that level of quality and creativity. I ordered Matsuri original sushi set for $20. I received only 6 pieces of small sushi. Cocktail I ordered (something with Shiso) was waterly, I returned it. Our waiter was cute but her service was not good at all. She forgot two of our orders and there were 3 mistakes in my check. This restaurant is worth only one time. good for tourists. (Actually there were many tasteless looking tourists there, someof them looked like just came from sprots gym, which disappointed me as well) I would go KAI or Jewel Bako for better food and service with same amount of money.

1
★★★☆☆

Though hiphop or pop music they were playing was hard to understand, Decor and atomosphere are really great, it is worth going. I think this place is too expensive for that level of quality and creativity. I ordered Matsuri original sushi set for $20. I received only 6 pieces of small sushi. Cocktail I ordered (something with Shiso) was waterly, I returned it. Our waiter was cute but her service was not good at all. She forgot two of our orders and there were 3 mistakes in my check. This restaurant is worth only one time. good for tourists. (Actually there were many tasteless looking tourists there, someof them looked like just came from sprots gym, which disappointed me as well) I would go KAI or Jewel Bako for better food and service with same amount of money.

Pros: decor, atomosphere

Cons: crowd, service

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Beautiful interior, great location.
We hung out in the Bar, it was comfortable.
Ordered a beer from the bartender, she opened it and the told me that she didn't know the price !! I asked her to find it out and then she came back and threw a slip of paper at me.
Apart from service like this, I would recommend here (for it's look) but take a deep breath when dealing with the below par staff.

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★★★☆☆

Beautiful interior, great location.
We hung out in the Bar, it was comfortable.
Ordered a beer from the bartender, she opened it and the told me that she didn't know the price !! I asked her to find it out and then she came back and threw a slip of paper at me.
Apart from service like this, I would recommend here (for it's look) but take a deep breath when dealing with the below par staff.

Pros: Nice look, good location

Cons: shoddy service

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Not the place to sate oneself...the much touted kobe beef was tasty but a bit drowned in marinade...whereas the dinner portion of Matsuri Sushi Assortment was five (5) of the smallest pieces I've ever had sitting on even smaller balls of rice. In terms of flavor and freshness the sushi was good. Service is very pushy--do not try to converse or follow a train of thought--wait staff is attentive to a negative extreme--they will easily push you out in under 30 minutes if you let them. Fun for drinks before or after dinner--try La Bottega upstairs for a much more pleasant experience.

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★★★☆☆

Not the place to sate oneself...the much touted kobe beef was tasty but a bit drowned in marinade...whereas the dinner portion of Matsuri Sushi Assortment was five (5) of the smallest pieces I've ever had sitting on even smaller balls of rice. In terms of flavor and freshness the sushi was good. Service is very pushy--do not try to converse or follow a train of thought--wait staff is attentive to a negative extreme--they will easily push you out in under 30 minutes if you let them. Fun for drinks before or after dinner--try La Bottega upstairs for a much more pleasant experience.

Pros: Cool setting, Edamame, Attractive Clientele

Cons: Miniscule Portions, Pushy Service, Trying too hard

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Having tried this Matsuri recently, I can honestly say that it has potential.

I started off with the Kobe appitizer, which was mediocre in every way but price. Moving on to the lobster sashimi - this was fair but sparse. Think in terms of the meat from a jumbo shrimp arranged on a plate with a lobster shell.

In terms of service, there was consistent miscommunication between the sushi chef (jowly faced fellow at the left end of the sushi bar) and the sake sommelier. I asked for a glass and she kept trying to sell me a 750ml bottle, which in retropect would have helped to wash things down better.

Try it for the scene (maybe) but not for the food.

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★★☆☆☆

Having tried this Matsuri recently, I can honestly say that it has potential.

I started off with the Kobe appitizer, which was mediocre in every way but price. Moving on to the lobster sashimi - this was fair but sparse. Think in terms of the meat from a jumbo shrimp arranged on a plate with a lobster shell.

In terms of service, there was consistent miscommunication between the sushi chef (jowly faced fellow at the left end of the sushi bar) and the sake sommelier. I asked for a glass and she kept trying to sell me a 750ml bottle, which in retropect would have helped to wash things down better.

Try it for the scene (maybe) but not for the food.

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After hearing much hype about Matsuri, I finally went to check it out. I have to admit that my first impression was that it deserved the hype. The place was absolutely gorgeous! Very trendy, with a hip dining crowd. But sadly, the food fell short of expectations. Matsuri offers their own version of marinated sushi, and while good, simply cannot compare to Sushi of Gari or Sushi Seki's. The most disappointing part was when they misleadingly wrote "Kobe beef" on the menu, when in fact it is merely Kobe-STYLE beef. For what they were charging, they should've at least wrote it as such. The other dishes we tried were very Nobu-esque (like Matsuri's version of Nobu's signature miso cod and new style fluke sashimi). All in all, it was a great place to people-watch, but if you are a true Japanese food connoisseur, you will find better food elsewhere.

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★★★☆☆

After hearing much hype about Matsuri, I finally went to check it out. I have to admit that my first impression was that it deserved the hype. The place was absolutely gorgeous! Very trendy, with a hip dining crowd. But sadly, the food fell short of expectations. Matsuri offers their own version of marinated sushi, and while good, simply cannot compare to Sushi of Gari or Sushi Seki's. The most disappointing part was when they misleadingly wrote "Kobe beef" on the menu, when in fact it is merely Kobe-STYLE beef. For what they were charging, they should've at least wrote it as such. The other dishes we tried were very Nobu-esque (like Matsuri's version of Nobu's signature miso cod and new style fluke sashimi). All in all, it was a great place to people-watch, but if you are a true Japanese food connoisseur, you will find better food elsewhere.

Pros: Gorgeous decor, Hip crowd, Great location

Cons: Mediocre food

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The restaurant is a "scene."

The food is above average to very good-the kobi beef is good, but I would not gush about it. The sushi is very good, but, again, have had better experiences at Yasuda and Nobu-some of the sushi seemed warmer than usual-but, to say the sushi was bad would be incorrect. Overall, no complaints about the food.

The decor is a clash between Survivor and sushi house. Plenty of sightings of beautiful people. The hostesses have the mostest, which adds to the charm, and they seem fully familiar with designer labels. Overall, it is a fun and somewhat noisier atmosphere-it is not a quiet date place.

Service can be slow-but, it is a busy place and a scene, so you got to expect this while there is still a buzz about this place.

P.S. Look under the steps to find the main door.

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★★★★☆

The restaurant is a "scene."

The food is above average to very good-the kobi beef is good, but I would not gush about it. The sushi is very good, but, again, have had better experiences at Yasuda and Nobu-some of the sushi seemed warmer than usual-but, to say the sushi was bad would be incorrect. Overall, no complaints about the food.

The decor is a clash between Survivor and sushi house. Plenty of sightings of beautiful people. The hostesses have the mostest, which adds to the charm, and they seem fully familiar with designer labels. Overall, it is a fun and somewhat noisier atmosphere-it is not a quiet date place.

Service can be slow-but, it is a busy place and a scene, so you got to expect this while there is still a buzz about this place.

P.S. Look under the steps to find the main door.

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The atmosphere is great and the decor is gorgous! You step out of the cold into a warm, fun oasis! Our experience was great - the food was delicious (try the black cod!) and the sake (try wakatake) was the best I'd ever had. For appetizers, the lotus root& wild mushrooms were a hit at our table. Several celeb sightings & overall a good experience. We'll definitely go back again & again. The music, however original, reminded me of Johnny Rocket's meets Thrift-Store 70's pop. I only liked one or two songs.

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★★★★★

The atmosphere is great and the decor is gorgous! You step out of the cold into a warm, fun oasis! Our experience was great - the food was delicious (try the black cod!) and the sake (try wakatake) was the best I'd ever had. For appetizers, the lotus root& wild mushrooms were a hit at our table. Several celeb sightings & overall a good experience. We'll definitely go back again & again. The music, however original, reminded me of Johnny Rocket's meets Thrift-Store 70's pop. I only liked one or two songs.

Pros: sake list & cocktails, wide array of food, great ambience

Cons: cheesy music, kinda boring bathroom, entree portion size

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Matsuri has amazing food at a terrific price. Although the Sushi menu is not as varied, as say Bond St., the cooked food choices are a great supplement. And, that is not to say the Sushi isn't good - it is quite good. To boot, the owners did a wonderful job in creating a terrific dining atmosphere which only adds to the experience. A great place for a date or for a group dinner.

2
★★★★★

Matsuri has amazing food at a terrific price. Although the Sushi menu is not as varied, as say Bond St., the cooked food choices are a great supplement. And, that is not to say the Sushi isn't good - it is quite good. To boot, the owners did a wonderful job in creating a terrific dining atmosphere which only adds to the experience. A great place for a date or for a group dinner.

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The Kobe Beef was such a delight and it gets better and better until you dig in with the main course. It is about time Chelsea gets invaded by a zesty restaurant like Matsuri. The food, wine, and desserts were so divine. I can't explain the phenomenon that just had happened with me and my friends. Everything on the menu gives you a titilating feeling...forget about your diet and go all the way. For those of you guys who love to eat, this is the place to enjoy a good meal and spend three hours on chatting and people watching. Par excellence, couer de grace, magnifico. I am going to come back to this again and again.....Yum Yum Delight

2
★★★★★

The Kobe Beef was such a delight and it gets better and better until you dig in with the main course. It is about time Chelsea gets invaded by a zesty restaurant like Matsuri. The food, wine, and desserts were so divine. I can't explain the phenomenon that just had happened with me and my friends. Everything on the menu gives you a titilating feeling...forget about your diet and go all the way. For those of you guys who love to eat, this is the place to enjoy a good meal and spend three hours on chatting and people watching. Par excellence, couer de grace, magnifico. I am going to come back to this again and again.....Yum Yum Delight

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Appetiser we chose seared sliced Kobe Beef which was simply amazing. We also had a special seared Toro sushi which was surprisingly delicious. Entrees were very well prepared. Try the dessert sampler if you're a first timer. Another thing was the space and decor, all authentic Japanese decorations, spacious with high ceilings make the cavernous dining area very intimate and delightful. Service was prompt and attentive, which is another big plus in a busy Japanese restaurant. Call ahead and arrive before 7pm for good seating.

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★★★★☆

Appetiser we chose seared sliced Kobe Beef which was simply amazing. We also had a special seared Toro sushi which was surprisingly delicious. Entrees were very well prepared. Try the dessert sampler if you're a first timer. Another thing was the space and decor, all authentic Japanese decorations, spacious with high ceilings make the cavernous dining area very intimate and delightful. Service was prompt and attentive, which is another big plus in a busy Japanese restaurant. Call ahead and arrive before 7pm for good seating.

Pros: Decor, Service, People Watching

Cons: Price

 

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