Traditional vegan Shojin kaiseki, as well as Gozen-style lunch sets and pre-theatre offering. Sushi bar offers an Edomae-style omakase dinner prepared, served, and curated by masterful chef Toshio Suzuki. Delicate flavors of the seas flown direct from Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market daily. Enjoy group gatherings in privacy of private dining room and lounge, perfect for dinners or happy hour parties.
Suzuki114 W. 47th St. (btw. Sixth & Seventh Aves.)
212-278-0010 (Suzuki), 212-278-0047 (Satsuki)
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