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About Haru Sushi - Wall Street
Elegant, fun Japanese restaurant, sushi bar, and bar offering the latest in cuisine, cocktails, sake and decor. Located in the heart of the financial center at One Wall Street Court (just a few steps from Water Street).
Located in the historic Cocoa Exchange Building (intersection of Wall, Pearl and Beaver Streets), Haru Wall Street features bi-level dining housed in a Shinto temple-inspired design. Offerings include private party and meeting rooms, an elegant cocktail bar and lounge, a 12-seat sushi bar, and delivery and catering services.
New York, NY 10005
Japanese, Sushi, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Mon - Fri: 11:30am - 10:30pm
Mon-Fri: 3:00pm-7:00pm (at the bar & sushi bar)
Stone and Pearl Streets
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer full catering and events services for both social and corporate entertaining. For more information, please contact us.
2, 3, 4 & 5 trains to the Wall Street stop.
Private Party Facilities:
We offer two private dining rooms and a mezzanine space. The PDRs have flat panel LCD TVS and full multi-media capabilities.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
Haru Sushi - Wall Street Ratings and Reviews
It is a very enjoyable place and the food selection is great. The plates come out from the kitchen looking very appetizing because of the art work they do on it. Not only it’s tasty, but its also eye pleasing. The service is great, no rush, and waitress are very pleasant and helpful.
Sushi was tasty, however, the portions were very small and overpriced. Service was average - for example we had to ask for refills of tea and the sushi took a long time to arrive. The location is good and the ambiance is nice, however, overall I'd recommend seeking out another sushi bar.
The food was great, but the service was abysmal. First they ignored us that we needed one more chair, so we finally got one ourselves. Then they forgot to bring us an extra place setting, so we took one ourselves. Then they ignored us for a while after we had finished eating. Then my boss tried to order dessert and they brought us the bill. We had a nice lunch because of the company, and the food was good, but the service was terrible. The restaurant wasn't even crowded (the day before Thanksgiving - and a late lunch), so I'm not sure what the deal was.
There are several Harus in Manhattan. I don't know if they are all related or not, but I do know that this Haru is not as good as that in mid-town. Too bad too, because the location is great and space is really chic. Typically financial district restaurants are great, but not so here. The sushi was just fair (honestly I get fresher fish and better presentation in Pennsylvania) and so was the service . The waiter didn't like Sake or Raw fish, so he could not make any recommendations. Weird choice of occupation I thought. The place was kind of dead even though we were there at 6:30 on a Saturday night, and the selection was pretty standard. There wasn't anything to rave about.
Had a late lunch at Haru. Hard to find since address doesn’t show up on phone mapping apps. Not crowded so servers not busy. Both of us ordered sushimi lunch special with salad. Nice salad with excellent dressing. Sushimi beautiful presentation and very fresh fish. Asked for water just after being seated but only came after we received fish course.
Main dishes served first, appetizers came in the middle of main. The 'late' shrimp appetizers were stale, and the rice in the sushi and roll were not well prepared (sushi crumbled while I picked it up). It was a business meal for a guest, whom I felt sorry about it.
I have been to Haru Wall Street several times. I find that this location is subpar compared to the Haru by Times Square. The host was overwhelmed (and didn't check us in properly so I received a notification from Opentable that I hadn't honored by res). For a reservation, the table was cramped. We specifically asked for gluten free options and we were given bad information and not told correctly of the gluten free options. We were told sashimi (and that was it!), but then checked to see if the maki was gluten free as well. (I think there were several more gluten free options but there was no info provided by the server.) After we finished our food, the server told us that there was gluten in one of our maki selections but he had neglected to tell us earlier (he felt terrible). There was a hair in my salad but I didn't say anything since I was there to take a friend to a bday lunch and didn't want to ruin it for her. The maki was not as good as I remembered - sort of fishy and nothing special. We felt bloated and off afterwards and we had salad and the maki lunch special. I don't plan on returning to this one. I generally love the happy hour specials and service at the Times Square locations.
Had my birthday meal here and I was so glad we chose it. From the moment we walked in the door, we were made to feel welcome.
Service was fabulous. We had a very helpful waiter who answered my questions on allergies and reassured me what I could eat and what I should avoid. Food was wonderful. Very fresh and presented beautifully.
Didn't feel rushed at all as is the case in some places, very relaxed atmosphere and bathrooms were clean.
I would look forward to eating there again in the future when I'm back in NYC.
Have come here several times in the past, this is one of my favourites in this area. Suitable both for a business lunch and dinner with friends. Fresh and tasty Japanese food in a vibrant setting. Service was extremely friendly and we got treated to a free desert. Can only recommend!
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