The name of this Japanese restaurant is really simple but literary. One word, "elegant", and the environment is really appropriate to the restaurant's name, very elegant. I highly recommend their sashimi and seafood bowls, as well as sushi. It can be said to be a signboard.
I booked it one month in advance, and I heard that masa also has a branch in Dubai! The selling point of his home is that all the ingredients are fresh. The chef of the restaurant is Japanese, and the students of the chef are two Chinese. The photos were taken secretly. From the service to the taste of the dishes, they are all first-class!
A shop listed in the itinerary, otherwise it would not come specially, the road was not very smooth and it took a lot of time.
But it's fine when it arrives. The waiter does a good job of reception. The reservation guests are always trying to bring a seat. This satisfaction is not a vain appointment.
From the point of view of the meat, the texture is clear. I really believe in air transportation!
The sashimi is so thick, it feels like one slice can be divided into two slices.
Masa, a top Japanese material with three Michelin stars and four stars in the New York Times, is extremely expensive and domineering. Only "Omakase" is provided. 20-25 courses, from the initial $350 per person to $595 in March this year (excluding drinks and taxes), but one is still hard to find! After three hours, every sushi has a unique magical taste. The most beautiful is sakura bream, the most abundant is caviar, the most delicious is red sea urchin, the most amazing is puffer fish tempura, the most creative is truffle sushi, and the most full is the top black tuna. The only problem for me is that the amount is too big, I almost vomit
Masa, in fact, by hearing the name, you know that the main cuisine here is still Japanese cuisine. The sushi here is the signature of this restaurant. The price is about 200 US dollars per capita. Of course, if you have a big appetite, four figures per capita are also possible. Of course, some local factors may be considered here. Some sushi has a lot of American elements, and it feels like creative sushi made by the store. Although this taste does not feel natural and appropriate, it does have a unique feeling, and the sauce here is definitely not wasabi in the traditional Japanese sense, but a sauce that is more stimulating to the taste. material. Because it is a special product of this store, I don't know what the composition is, but it really tastes much better than simple mustard, which provokes your taste. At first I thought that Japanese people came here to serve, but when I came in, there were many local people. The clothes are also made-to-measure. If they are estimated to be a dwarf according to the height of the Japanese, of course this is a funny joke. In short, this restaurant is quite worth a try.
Masa is one of the top restaurants in New York. It has been awarded three Michelin stars and focuses on my favorite Japanese cuisine. The restaurant is on the fourth floor of the Time Warner Center, and you can enjoy the brilliant night view of New York. It is more difficult to make an appointment. If you cancel the appointment, you will be fined in the deposit. The restaurant has only 26 seats, the area is small, the decoration is traditional Japanese style, very elegant, and the dining atmosphere is very comfortable. The menu is based on the ingredients of the day. The waiters are very professional and enthusiastic. After asking about our preferences, the chef decides our dishes. The portion of the food is moderate. I tried beef sushi for the first time. It was very firm and delicious. The beef melted in your mouth and was super delicious. Toasted golden brown and crispy bread, paired with tender and smooth salmon and crisp and fresh caviar, the entrance is amazing. I have never had such a delicious meal before, and I have endless aftertastes. A luxurious and satisfying meal~