Morimoto

Morimoto doesn’t just serve tasty Japanese cuisine, it is also an architectural treat. From the building’s facade to the restrooms; everything is ultra modern and adds to the high-end, trendy vibe. Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto earned his reputation among New Yorkers for his work at all-time favorite Nobu, and now he is ready to take over the world with Morimoto. The food is exquisite and worth every penny. They serve creative Asian Fusion dishes but also beloved classics such as fatty tuna, spicy salmon and california rolls. If you want to try something new, go with the Toro Tartare, which comes with a selection of sauces/garnishing and is to be prepared by you. What else is great about this restaurant? It’s just a few blocks away from the bustling club scene of Meatpacking District, making this the perfect stop before hitting the night life.

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2 thoughts on “Morimoto

  1. over priced. under served. tried it time and time again and will not do again. we had a very expensive bill and all were totally unhappy with all around service. they need to up the customer service and be happy that people are spending $1500 to dine there with a table of 6 or more. many more places in the city to go to than this one. over played! do something else! really we were a table of 8 and it was a special night. but their attitude was “no photos” and “we have other customers more important”. interesting, as i would have thought all customers were important. anyway, not my first time out in NYC and i was VERY disappointed as it seemed like a lot of effort to make our night miserable verse making us happy.

    • Thank you for your comment!

      We are very sorry to hear that you have had bad experiences at Morimoto and have decided not to return. Our aim is to share cool and unique places around the world that SomeoneToldUs about or from our own experiences. We truly value the views of our travel friends so if more people share your opinion about Morimoto, we will consider removing the blog post entirely.

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