Takahachi Tribeca

By grace.g.yang ยท November 5, 2014
Under: Asian,Cheap Eats,Dinner,Japanese,seafood,Sushi,Tribeca

Two weeks ago, Ken came back from a business trip and wanted to go out for dinner; I suggested we get sushi in Tribeca. We made reservations at a different restaurant but ended up canceling and ended up walking around trying to find another restaurant with availability. We walked into Takahachi and it looked fun and lively so we decided to sit down.

Their menu has a lot of options of both cooked and raw items and most people were ordering raw items so we decided to stick to the raw stuff. We started with a seaweed salad with miso dressing:


We ordered sashimi (the chef’s choice):


Then spicy tuna and an unagi and shrimp tempura roll:


We also ordered the specialty roll of the day, which included miso paste, lemon juice, jalapenos and salmon:


The salmon roll was the only dish we didn’t like at all; Ken said that it tasted like there was something popping in his mouth when he was eating the roll. Luckily, they let us return the dish because we didn’t like it at all.

Takahachi reminds me of Nomado 33, a restaurant in Murray Hill that we used to order from a lot when we lived in the neighborhood. If I lived further downtown, I could see myself ordering takeout from here, but it’s not worth a special trip downtown to dine there.

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