$39 & up – New Yorker-Pick Japanese-Peruvian Dining
Why We Love This Deal
This NYC hot spot is serving up "delicious" Nikkei cuisine, a melding of Japanese and Peruvian flavors that's "beautiful to both the eye and the taste buds" (the New Yorker).
Why We Love It
- This is a no-tipping restaurant; gratuity is included with the price of your meal -- saving an additional 18%-20%
- The restaurant earns 4 or more stars from OpenTable, Yelp and TripAdvisor diners
- "The mostly small plates are laced with vigorous flavors that dance, bounce and surprise" (TimeOut)
- New York Times food critic Pete Wells praises dishes like the "Japanese sweet potato with a melting slab of aji amarillo-spiked butter, and the pork belly stuffed with queso cremoso"
(336 Member Ratings)