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Posted by westsider on 11/14/2013
This is a small restaurant with a big reputation. The sushi bar is elegant in a quiet, no-show biz way, and it is a fine place for a business lunch (not too loud) or a single seat at the bar. All of the food, not just the very fresh sushi, is delicious and the service is friendly but not overbearing. Last time I was there I saw one of my favorite authors eating alone at the bar. I was tempted to say hello…but this isn't that sort of place.
Posted by therealdeal on 07/03/2007
Ken Namba is one of the best japanese chefs in the US. The only other chef that consistently astounds me is Yasuda in NYC. Ken's menu changes daily and seasonally. He consistently is able to procure hard to find items that usually end up in the best restaurants in Japan. One can enjoy a traditional edomae style meal, or one can sample his diverse menu, which is populated with popular fare, such as his take on fried calamari, or more exotic fare, such lightly steamed sea cucumbers. I have spent my whole life searching for the japanese restaurant that transcends, at I have found it in Kiriko.