145 Duane St, New York, NY | Directions 1001340.716482 -74.007845
Monday 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Tuesday 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Wednesday 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Thursday 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Friday 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Saturday 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Sunday 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Neighborhoods: Tribeca, Downtown
Good value for sushis fresh fish – I went there on Friday night with my boyfriend and we had a good time. We ordered an appetizer to share (rock shrimps) which were delicious and sushis as an Entree, the fish was delicious and the rice well cooked.
Service was ok nothing special but attentive enough.
Tuna that is fresh!! – I love this place. Freshest sushi in town. Why go to Nobu?
This place is always good and has a special menu that is always changing.
Fast delivery that comes packaged in containers so nice that it is a shame to throw away.
Best delivery, good sushi – Best delivery in the hood...sushi comes in boxes, edemame is in a bbq bag to keep hot, a real step above, even haru downtown.
Stick to the basics though. Some of the fancier rolls are a miss, not for lack of freshness, more for some of the combinations just don't work, or they're is too much going on.
wish they had more hot dishes as well, but basic sushi is 1/2 the price of nobu next door, a heck of a lot better than zutto, and so much more relaxed than both at night.
Superb shushi delivery – Great, fresh, sushi both fish and vegetarian options. Delivery was prompt and presentation excellent, will certainly be ordering from here again.
Always a Great Experience – I've been to Takahachi Tribeca at least a dozen times now and have never been unhappy about anything once. The staff is exceptionally friendly and welcoming, the atmosphere is relaxing and unpretentious and the food is UNBELIEVABLE. Everything from their crisp, fresh salads to sushi or any of their creative specials is better than any Japanese food I've ever tried. And I've had quite a bit in my life. I almost didn't write this review for fear of it becoming too busy.
tempura softshell crab, salmon sashimi, tuna torro – attentive service and the sushi is so fresh and the cooked food is delicious. i think it's better than nobu, without all the hype.
Great eat in and delivery! – Stan Chen is right on the money with this one-- actually, I believe he's the one that introduced this place to me ;). Anyway, I call this place my "high end japanese delivery". If you live downtown, definitely grab one of their menus, make a phone call and relax in front of the tv while they pound the pavement to get to you (although they do take about 45 minutes on average to get to you)-- the in restaurant service is likewise very very good. Even their cooked foods are quite tasty. I personally love their rock shrimp tempura and black cod appetizer. A little known fact is that this place buys from the SAME fish shop as Nobu...
Relatively Undiscovered Tribeca Gem – I absolutely love this restaurant. The menu is very simple, but they make up for relative lack of culinary creativity with excellent quality of their fares. The staples are fantastic... edamame, tofu agedashi, and sushi and sashimi. I highly recommend the sauteed mushrooms, and the green-tea crepe for desert. Their seasonal specials come on a single sheet of paper, bringing freshness and culinary bliss. The staff is among the friendliest that we've seen in the city... always a smile on their faces and prompt, courteous service. I'm almost afraid to recommend this place because I don't want it to get too crowded for the times that we go there. There are 'hotspot' restaurants in the area with alot more exposure, creating too much hype for overpriced food. Takahachi has become our favorite neighborhood spot, with excellent quality, elegant, simple japanese food with an amazing staff to support it.
Food is good, but service is amazing – The sushi and the rolls are average to good, but what I loved was the amazing service. You rarely get this kind of service anywhere these days with rude / absent waitstaff. The waiters were mostly Japanese women who were so demure and deferential, I felt I was in old time Japan. The hijiki appetizer was very creatively done. The rest was up to the mark, but nothing spectacular. The decor is very understated, reminds one of a cafeteria, but with interesting touches like gravel under the benches and a very cool bathroom with a sliding door. I seems they have purposely kept it simplistic to focus attention on the food, like Masa.
Amazing – I discovered this restaurant one night while walking through Tribecas. Since I live in BPC, good (really good) sushi, that is so fresh you crave returning is hard to find. I have also had a coupld of appetizers, besides the sushi that rival any sushi place I have eaten.
It is my new favorite place. I highly recommend it. When I ordered takeout over the phone, they were so nice that they recommended I tried something new and to my surprise I loved it.
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