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about SUZUKI

Modern contemporary environment serving traditional Japanese table dining, serving seasonal items from Japan.

SUZUKI is comprised of Four Venues

Our Main Dining room featuring Kaiseki (Until December 2018) and Ala Carte and Entree menus.
Michelin Star awarded SATSUKI Sushi Bar Seating 10 up to guests.
Coming January 2019 Rose Room Kaiseki Chefs Table.
III Pillars Bar and Lounge.


Our menus are always evolving to match the seasons.

 
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Big congratulations to our sushi bar SATSUKI and Chef Toshio Suzuki for receiving their second Michelin Star!!

 
 
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MENUS


 

Lunch GOZEN

Hanakago ($49)

Shojin ($25)

Shabu-Suki ($49)

Oyako-Ju ($23)

Una-Ju ($33)

*Lunch Gozen comes with rice, miso soup, and house made tsukemono pickles

LUNCH GOHAN-MONO

Tekka-Don ($23)

Kaisen "Chirashi" Zushi ($28)

Salmon Don ($15)

NEW! LUNCH Ala carte and SUSHI

Sushi and Ala Carte Menu

LUNCH KAISEKI

Kaiseki Introduction Five *Short Kaiseki ($50)

 

December dinner menus
(Last month for kaiseki in the dining room)

Shiwasu Kaiseki

Chefs Kaiseki and Sushi Special Menu

*Course times are approximations. Please let us know in advance if you are on a time schedule
** Gluten free menu upon request. Items varies upon season


Bespoke Menu

*By Appointment Only

Suzuki can tailor a bespoke menu to provide you with courses themed to your specification.

This is as close to a high-end Tokyo restaurant as you will find in New York City. The food is excellently prepared and presented with impeccable service in a very stylish room. Lunches are an exceptional value and dinner kaiseki is incredible
— FlatbushBoy/ OpenTable
 
 

What Is Kaiseki?

Kaiseki Ryori is the ultimate form of Japanese dining experience. 
There are two ways to write Kaiseki. 懐石 and 会席. ‘懐石 Kaiseki’ translates to “stone in stomach,” from origin of buddhist monks to put warm stones in their robes during ascetic practice outdoors.
Over a thousand years ago, the tradition of ‘精進料理 Shojin-Ryori’ (monks’ vegan cuisine,) evolved into the tea ceremony,
incorporating ‘懐石料理 Kaiseki-Ryori’ (often called 茶懐石 Cha-Kaiseki, meaning tea kaiseki, to differentiate.) 
Typically, it is a simple meal served before a tea ceremony, consisting of rice, soup, and a few side dishes.

‘会席Kaiseki,’ which we serve at Suzuki,
translates to “gathering seats.” This newer concept started toward the end of 18th century (Edo period,) as tea ceremony evolved and made available for the general population, and the purpose of the meal had shifted from ceremonial to celebratory. A typical meal comes in many courses, featuring seasonal ingredients, often enjoyed with saké.

At Suzuki, we set the menu to the Post Modern Meiji era, when Japan started to import goods from Europe and America.

We will be serving Kaiseki exclusively at the Rose Room Starting January 2019

 
 
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SPECIAL EVENTS


 

let us know what you have in mind

Our establishment is well suited for most occasions! Weather small or large, we would be happy to make your event a special one! Please inquire about our services to further tailor your event! 


contact us

 

 
 
 
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RESERVATION

Reservations for SATSUKI Omakase sushi bar, please visit  www.satsuki.nyc

 
 

CONTACT US


212.278.0010

 
 
 

S U Z U K I  KAISEKI NYC 

114W 47th street NY 10036   |   212.278.0010