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SoHo, Downtown Manhattan
Japanese Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Sushi Bars, Asian Restaurants, Restaurants
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amazing experience, AMAZING food

i frequent sushi/sashimi/japanese places. i don't know what's authentic, but i know what's good. the food here is really good. my mouth is watering just thinking about it, to be honest. the yellow fin is so delicious. the freshness of everything is unfathomable. the sushi chef, Tom, is so nice and somehow manages to make conversation while preparing dozens of dishes simultaneously. the waiters are extremely nice. thi... view more

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Exquisite Japanese Food

This is the real deal. Not some Japanese restaurant run by non-Japanese asians. I was introduced by a Japanese friend of mine. The food is authentic and unique to New York. I recommend getting the sesaonal menu the first time. It changes every season. The most amazing part is the young chef. He is one to watch - i dont mean literaly watch as he prepares the food, but his career. This is better than Nobu and without t... view more

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One of the Best -- not your average Japanese

This place is definitely on my list of all-time favs. Kaiseki , the style of cuisine at Omen, is hard to find even in NYC. This is a culinary experience that everyone should try at least once! The sake selection and advice give at Omen is also superb. The prix fixe meal is very large, however, the restaurant was very nice about some people ordering a la carte and some order the set meals. We were able to share a lot ... view more

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Authentic Japanese at its best available without round-trip tickets

A best known and extraordinarily popular Kyoto restaurant, Omen is famous for its namesake: noodles (o-men meaning honorable noodles), but it is also known for its fresh, bold combinations of ingredients in its ""okazu"" (the getting-the-rice-down things). The best of Omen's cuisine is not Americanized Japanese, or even as one reviewer stated, ""country Japanese."" Rather, Kyoto's Omen serves seasonal dishes with the... view more

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We were walking around SOHO and it seemed that all of the Japanese Restaurants that we knew were closed on Labor day. We found this one and thank g-d! The food was simply amazing! Everything, starting from the Miso soup to Green Tea ice-cream was great. Staff was friendly and attentive. Usually you will need a reservation but you could try walking in if there are only 2-3 of you and you will be seated. I will definit... view more

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Delicious SASHIMI, no sushi

Omen does not serve your typical take-out, aluminum-and-plastic-container Japanese food. It serves Kyoto-style Japanese, which means not just incredibly fresh and generous portions of fish (their ""Gardens"" is a wonderful medley of raw salmon, yellowtail, and tuna), but also more unique and beautifully-presented items, such as a watercress-crab-scallop house salad, filet mignon, broiled fish with miso glaze, etc. Th... view more

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Surprise at the end should be an Ome

Our Ikura arrived as a pile of shredded sea-wheat some loose salmon roe eggs sprinkled over an artfully cut radish with an open quail egg on the side. There was no way to maneuver the quail egg onto the salmon row and eat it as intended. When, presented with a $400.00 bill we were told that only Amex was accepted. No one told us while making the reservation. The note on the handwritten menu in 8 point writing is hard... view more

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113 Thompson StNew YorkNY 10012

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