The seafood at New York was amazing when we met the Japanese restaurant, EN Japanese Brasserie. We ordered a dozen raw oysters and the meat was too tender.
Flowers surround the dining, almost all the food is delicious and delicious, the service attitude is very good!
I heard that EN Japanese is because of its famous hot stone barbecue. The new-style Japanese izakaya has a simple appearance, and you can see the sake display in the glass cabinet as soon as you enter the door. The interior is decorated in a comfortable style, with flowers decorating the entire restaurant. There is no tasting menu, every dish on the a la carte menu is very attractive. We all chose non-alcoholic fresh juice Seppun, grapefruit and grapefruit juice with soda water; Hand squeezed pineapple, hand squeezed pineapple juice. They are all sweet and sour antioxidant drinks. Freshly made scooped tofu, a square and rustic wooden box contains freshly made tofu from EN. There are two options: hot and cold. The waitress suggested that we eat hot. The uncooled hot tofu has the sweetness of beans and the aroma of soy sauce. Uni yuba sashimi, finely chopped handmade tofu with freshly colored sea urchins, especially with a small dropper containing a special sauce. The plump sea urchin that melts in the mouth is paired with tofu to achieve a kind of taste saturation. Vegetable tempura, a variety of vegetables are wrapped in light flour and oiled at a suitable temperature. The grapefruit salt is slightly acidic, while the mustard salt is slightly spicy, so it doesn't taste greasy. . However, because the time interval between leaving the country and before serving was too long, the crunchiness of the noodles disappeared from Lobster Ishiyaki. The lobster grilled on slate was seasoned with butter, miso, and a touch of wasabi. Stone Grilled kuroge washugyu, although you don't have the hot stone served, you can cook the yaki shabu on your own. The cooked Angus beef has a very delicate texture. Served with Shanghai salt and ponzu sauce on the side to prepare for the needs of customers who need more flavor. Generally speaking, before I came, I thought about the small portion of Japanese food, but almost all the food is delicious and delicious, except for the fact that there are very few lobsters. It would be nice to make an appointment in advance. If you dine in directly, you may have to wait for a while. Address: 435 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014 Tel: (212) 647-9196 Per capita consumption: $80-200