Sakagura

Sakagura

Bar à saké et Restaurant japonais$$$$
Turtle Bay, New York
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  • convient aux couples
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  • convient pour les grandes occasions
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  • Pascal B.
    Pascal BSeptembre 22, 2013
    Superbe endroits dans un lieu improbable! A vous de le trouver... Nourriture excellente+++
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesJanvier 18, 2018
    This hidden gem can be found in basement of a Midtown office building. Their extensive list of 200+ imported sakes (categorized by region) offers guests a modest taste of traditional Japanese cuisine. En savoir plus
    A voté pour il y a Apr 16
  • Mark K.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Mark KupasrimonkolMars 23, 2015
    Great date spot. Great food. Finish the meal with uni soba. Eat it lady and the tramp-style and marry that girl. (Cc: my wife). Unrelated, the sake barrel bathrooms have awesome Japanese toilets.
  • PureWow
    PureWowAoût 4, 2016
    Go down to the basement of a Midtown office building and you’ll enter a top Japanese spot, featuring some of the best sake in the city. Try the lunch tasting course to sample a little of everything. En savoir plus
  • ZenFoodsterIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ZenFoodsterJanvier 10, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    My new $11.50 lunch special faves w/ a side of hot or cold soba & pickles: Kaki Fry Don (fried oysters & tar-tar sauce w/ cabbage over rice) & Tataki Don (scrambled egg & minced chicken over rice)
  • Marc S.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Marc SchneebergerAvril 14, 2019
    Everything. From the sake, to the environment to the food. Specially if you are a uni addict get the unisoba. Best cold unisoba in the city by far!
  • Marc S.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Marc SchneebergerDécembre 23, 2018
    If you have in your mind to eat izakaya and drink amazing sakes at a very decent price do not think it twice, this is the place to be. Unisoba is a must!
  • Morgan M.
    Morgan McKeeFévrier 20, 2018
    Asian tapas with a reasonable price tag in a divey place. Sake program is great, and you can go for a taster if you’re a sake newb. Grilled squid, pork belly and any noodle dish are musts.
  • Elizabeth B.
    Elizabeth BursteinAoût 31, 2022
    Amazing authentic japanese. Delicious cloud sake 14, toro, uni, miso cod, and tofu. Black sesame and yuzo mochi. Expensive but good!
  • Mike t.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Mike the ElderJanvier 2, 2019
    One of the beat izakayas in the city. If you’re into Sake you’re in for a ride. Friendly service in a room that takes you back to Japan. Food is yummy. Kampai!
  • Renaud #.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Renaud #Juillet 24, 2017
    Skip the appetizers, order some grilled meats or black cod, and sake. We enjoyed the Miyazaki beef cooked on hot stone 👍🏻
  • Kyulee S.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Kyulee SeoSeptembre 26, 2016
    You must get there early to have a chance for their specials, and don't skip out on their girly cocktails!! They are really special and yummy!!!
  • Lori L.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Lori LuoAoût 10, 2014
    This "hidden in the office basement" restaurant serves an excellent array of sake and spirits, as well as Japanese bites. The buta kakuni (pork belly) and chicken karaage are standout plates.
  • Brian S.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Brian StraussFévrier 4, 2019
    Good luck finding the place. Amazing and affordable sake menu. Food menu is delicious Japanese tapas but all over the place price wise. Skip the stone cooked beef, indulge in noodles and sashimi.
  • Sung H.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Sung HwangFévrier 14, 2016
    Never failed to please. Authentic hidden gem found 5 years ago and still a regular. Must get onsen tamago (for uni lovers), hirame ponzu, gyusuji miso nikomi among many dishes you can get.
  • Ernesto G.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Ernesto GutierrezMars 8, 2022
    Great sake selection to pair up with some good food. The Japanese village ambiance certainly adds to the charm of the place. My only gripe was the emperor tea flan dessert
  • KateIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    KateDécembre 28, 2023
    Came for lunch - had the half udon, chawan mushi, and hamachi sashimi. All were delicious and would love to come again soon!
  • ZenFoodsterIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ZenFoodsterOctobre 23, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    If ur in a hurry, Sakagura's "Kiosk"-lobby level-sells their signatures in bentos & bowls for less: grilled cod w/ asstd veggies; mixed veggie curry w/ beef; soba salad; chirashi; rice balls, etc.
  • Jonathan S.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Jonathan SnookJuillet 16, 2018
    Had the lunch tasting menu with sake pairing. Wonderfully tasty sake. Sashimi, soba, tempura was fantastic. Could've skipped the beef. Black sesame ice cream was perfect.
  • Ina L.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Ina LiDécembre 8, 2016
    Chill, delicious Izakaya spot with great selection of drinks and small plates. Three people for food and drink ended up $260
  • Eric T.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Eric TashDécembre 14, 2014
    Come with a group. It's akin to Japanese tapas so the plates are small. Everything we ordered was superb and I highly recommend getting a bottle of saki for the table!
  • Roula H.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Roula HannaSeptembre 25, 2016
    Ah-mazing food....had many plates including the wagyu beef hot stone, the fluke sashimi which were delicious. Try the drop sake tasting.
  • Geoff K.
    Geoff KimJanvier 15, 2012
    Mid 2.7: If you like Izakaya style Sake bars, then this is probably the best place in NY. It's a bit hard to find though as you have to walk through an office building to get there, but it's worth it! En savoir plus
  • ChenyuIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ChenyuDécembre 28, 2012
    Love the coffee jelly - great dessert for those who prefer less sweet desser. Black sesame brûlée is a must-have!
  • ZenFoodsterIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ZenFoodsterSeptembre 22, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    New $11.50 daily specials from 9/2-10/3/14. *Changes monthly. They have limited quantities so get there early (before 12pm to be safe). Enjoy! =)
  • Jesse A.
    Jesse AngelinoJanvier 15, 2015
    Gem in the city.Food is out of this world.Fun drinks available with top notch service.And the best in Japanese desserts to date.Really fun to try and find too!😍
  • Mary P.
    Mary PhamAoût 27, 2014
    Come for lunch if possible. Great food and affordable prices! Otherwise dinner is always great, too (just much more $$$$). Onsen tamago is a must for you umami lovers.
  • AmateurConciergeIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    AmateurConciergeOctobre 3, 2015
    Like being transported to Tokyo at this hidden gem. The taro and vegetable tempura and egg custard with shrimp and chicken were highlights.
  • Dina
    DinaAvril 24, 2014
    A secret restaurant hidden inside the basement of an office building. Great, authentic Japanese food. Everything is delicious. Extensive sake list. Reservations essential.
  • ZenFoodsterIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ZenFoodsterMars 12, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    New $11.50 daily specials from 3/3-3/28/14. *Changes monthly. They have limited quantities so get there early (before 12pm to be safe). Enjoy! =)
  • ninaIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ninaSeptembre 7, 2012
    This charming izakaya is hidden in the basement of an office building. Dinner is great, order anything! And save room for black sesame creme brulee.
  • Hannah H.
    Hannah HanNovembre 19, 2014
    Seems like the chef changed since 2-3 yrs ago, the food definitely tasted different although still decent. Daikon salad, onsen tamago, kakuni, black sesame creme brulee are my all time faves.
  • ZenFoodsterIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ZenFoodsterAvril 21, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    New $11.50 daily specials from 4/7-5/2/14. *Changes monthly. They have limited quantities so get there early (before 12pm). Enjoy! =)
  • R K.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    R KMai 12, 2014
    Walking into Sakagura, hidden deep in the basement of a midtown office building, is like walking into a dream. The food is unbelievable: try everything, drink liberally, and stay late.
  • ZenFoodsterIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ZenFoodsterDécembre 31, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    New $11.50 daily specials from 1/6-1/31/14. *Changes monthly. They have limited quantities so get there early (before 12pm to be safe). Enjoy! =)
  • ZenFoodsterIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ZenFoodsterNovembre 8, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    New $11.50 daily specials from 11/4-11/29/13. *Changes monthly. They have limited quantities so get there early (before 12pm to be safe). Enjoy! =)
  • Haneen 💍Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Haneen 💍Décembre 4, 2018
    Nice hide-away japanese restaurant. Very nice hosts and great service. Food is Tapas style! Eggplant with three types of Miso 🤤🤤
  • ZenFoodsterIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ZenFoodsterSeptembre 17, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    New $11.50 daily specials from 9/3-9/27/13. *Changes monthly. They have limited quantities so get there early (before 12pm to be safe). Enjoy! =)
  • ZenFoodsterIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ZenFoodsterJuillet 9, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    New $11.50 daily specials from 7/1-8/02/13. *Changes monthly. They have limited quantities so get there early (before 12pm to be safe). Enjoy!;)
  • Chloe M.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Chloe MaDécembre 4, 2013
    This hidden restaurant is one of the most authentic Japanese food in the city! Get the seaweed salad, Gyutan Yawaraka Ni (beef tongue) and sea salt chocolate sorbet!
  • Lillian C.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Lillian CheungMars 12, 2015
    All around really solid Japanese food 👌🇯🇵 love the black sesame creme brûlée and chocolate soufflé desserts, but the soy sauce ice cream is kinda weird
  • ZenFoodsterIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    ZenFoodsterJanvier 28, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    New $11.50 M-F lunch specials (1/4-2/1/13. *Changes monthly). They have limited quantities so get there early (before 12pm to be safe). Enjoy!;)
  • Mihnea M.
    Mihnea MiculescuMai 3, 2011
    Step 1: order sake (just ask the waiter to recommend something). Step 2: Definitely get some Stewed Diced Pork. Step 3: For desert, go for the Black Sesame Creme Brulee. Step 4: Now you can die happy.
  • Amy R.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Amy RobertsonMars 21, 2016
    Enter through the office building. Walk past the front desk and take stairway F downstairs. Hidden and worth the journey
  • Shelley C.
    Shelley ChenOctobre 17, 2014
    So many types of sake, good food too! It's downstairs in an office building but it's not hard to find.
  • Sandra L.
    Sandra LloydAoût 20, 2010
    Great for lunch. Great for dinner. Great desserts. Really fresh, good quality food. Best lunch deal around. This is one of my favorite restaurants, hands down.
  • Alice A.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Alice AlyssJuillet 18, 2015
    Nice food nice environment. The beef stew is the best, each chunk of beef is packed with flavour.
  • The Wall Street Journal
    Try one of the daily lunch specials, which are made in limited quantities of 30 orders or less. Diners with room for dessert may want black sesame crème brulee or coffee Jell-O. En savoir plus
  • New York Habitat
    New York HabitatDécembre 2, 2011
    Amazing sake selection and the authentic food is great for a quick, casual lunch. We recommend the onsen tomago, sakagura special, and black sesame ice cream.
  • Claude H.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Claude HarrisonSeptembre 6, 2014
    Get a real NYC experience. Back of the building, down industrial looking steps, past the eerily lit janitor's closet... yeah, that's it. Sakagura. Not a sushi bar. Izakaya; and it is phenomenal.
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