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Open Hours:

  • Mon

    17:30 - 22:00, 12:00 - 14:30

  • Sun

    17:30 - 22:00

  • Tue

    12:00 - 14:30, 17:30 - 23:00

  • Wed

    12:00 - 14:30, 17:30 - 23:00

  • Thu

    12:00 - 14:30, 17:30 - 23:00

  • Fri

    12:00 - 14:30, 17:30 - 00:00

  • Sat

    17:30 - 00:00

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Reviews

  • Shirley Yue

    5
    - 03 September 2018 -

    One word DELICIOUS! Modern decor. Even the bathrooms were beautiful. The men's room had a electronic bidet! Lives up to the hype.

  • Walter White

    5
    - 03 September 2018 -

    The food and quality were amazing. I was a bit under dressed and still they gave us options as to where we would like to be sat without the long wait. We landed on sitting in the lounge area which is what I'd recommend. Well worth the price.

  • Timothy Williams

    5
    - 29 August 2018 -

    What an amazing sushi restaurant! First class! The service was outstanding and the staff was very attentive to us. The food was delicious and very well presented. Nice selection of drinks too. This is a beautiful restaurant with an upstairs and downstairs. I was really impressed.

  • Steven Rosenblum

    2
    - 23 August 2018 -

    Not sure what the big deal is. The food was, at best, just okay especially given the price. The service was below par for an upscale restaurant. Our drinks were forgotten, we were brought the wrong dish, the set course meal was timed (or not timed) quite poorly with too long between plates. Eventually someone would bring out the plate and quickly mumble, in indistinguishable words, what was on it. The 2-stars are for the decor

  • M. M.

    5
    - 10 August 2018 -

    Went here for Summer Restaurant Week dinner and it was a fun New York dining experience. I got the tuna tartare and sushi and it was perfect. The quality of fish, creativity of dishes, and beautiful attention to detail and plating is what will make me return. The food was so delicious and fun to eat! If you're going to have sushi in New York City, this is definitely one of the places to go! The restaurant environment is really airy, open, and fun. The downstairs offers a bar and more quiet seating. The service is also outstanding.

  • Rachel Shim

    3
    - 10 August 2018 -

    Great experience, nice staff except I found the food to be a little too salty for my liking but very well prepared. Visually I enjoyed the decor on the main floor dining room but I wasn't impressed with the bar on the lower floor. It was very plain and outdated and definitely not "Instagram worthy"! I did have 2 Plum Sakes that made a Wednesday evening feel like a Friday night... so I DEFINITELY recommend this drink! ×

  • Curtis Baker

    5
    - 01 March 2018 -

    Neat modern atmosphere, good service, and great food. Definitely try the table made tofu if they still have it, was out of this world good. The sushi is fantastic.

  • Jason Oermann

    5
    - 05 February 2018 -

    The quality of the meal here is unrivaled. One of the best Japanese restaurants in the city. Quality of fish for sushi is incredible. Service is also above average. You can certainly find equally great Japanese food in the city at a fraction of what you pay at Morimoto, but the Iron Chef’s food is worth the price.

  • Xuefan Yin

    5
    - 31 January 2018 -

    Everything is Good! Food delicious! Juice sweet! Service is better! Compare to some Michelin one star restaurants, Morimoto definitely better than them!

  • Virginia Intelisano

    2
    - 15 January 2018 -

    It comes with a heavy heart to write this review. We were excited to go to this restaurant but right off the bat the bartender was non attentive to start. The ice cubes in the mixed drinks were not special-no attention to detail either. Decent taste. A see through cube is a nice touch but not applicable in this place. The ramen resembled generic chicken noodle soup. Disappointing. The wait staff were pleasant and the “trust me” selection was also pleasant just not overly exciting. The sea bass was salty. And when you refill an empty beer glass with water as if it’s the water glass one questions attention to detail again. They forgot to give me a dessert menu but brought dessert for others at table for the “trust me” fixed menu. For the price it was very disappointing. I would have spent $300 happily rather than $800 on this experience.

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