Now We are offering 3 course Lunch for $29.00.
Between 5:00PM - 7:00PM we are offering "Sunset Omakase" for $75.00 and all our signature cocktails are 1/2 off.
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Sun 11:00AM - 1:45PM 5:00PM - 7:00PM 9:00PM - 10:30PM
Mon - Fri 11:00AM - 11:45AM 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 1:45PM 5:00PM - 7:00PM 9:00PM - 10:30PM
Sat 11:00AM - 1:45PM 5:00PM - 7:00PM 9:00PM - 10:30PM
The quality is good, but portions are tiny for the price. There are other sushi restaurants that are as good but more affordable (or at least more food for the same price).
Great food, great ambience and great service with extremely good value
We had seen this restaurant on Instagram and the food lived up to every perfectly curated picture. Layers of flavor agains different textures...it was amazing!
Worst experience ever
The sushi was very fresh but I didn't feel it was worth the cost. There are better options for omakase in NYC. The service was also just fair. The sushi chef did a great job but we had to ask several times for our drinks to be delivered.
Fantastic experience. Loved sitting at the sushi bar. It was a quiet night and we had a sushi chef to ourselves (or at least it felt like it).
Great food, small plates were excellent
So disappointing. Would never ever go back.
So many places that are way better food and same or less money.
Food was a joke. Total ripoff restaurant.
Had high expectations based on other diner’s reviews and was wildly disappointed. Nothing was disgusting, but nothing was good. Would not recommend this restaurant.
Neta is outstanding! The food is creative and the staff is A+
Neta provides a wonderful dining experience with a marvelous omakaze, beautifully prepared components and excellent service. The sushi and sashimi are invariably perfect.
Great sushi a bit expensive. Will definitely go back.
Shishito peppers were bad.
Food: My party had the sunset omakase which consisted of three small appetizer dishes, 10 sushi pieces, 2 pieces of sushi roll, and a dessert item. Appetizers were light, tasty, and visually appealing. I would definitely come back for more of that. Unfortunately the supposed star of the show - the sushi - was not the best I've had in the area. This omakase set was not the most prestigious option available at the location, and perhaps they had better quality fish to offer, however, at similar price points I can get better quality elsewhere. The final dish was a ice cream sandwiched in a wafer. The milky flavored ice cream was overly sweet especially in comparison to the rest of the omakase experience.
One thing I noticed was that water was offered instead of tea which isn't typical of a Japanese restaurant.
Service: From the hostess to the waiters, everyone was super friendly and attentive. Perhaps a little overly attentive? It almost felt like someone was breathing over my back and I couldn't truly have a private moment with my partner. I also felt a bit rushed when I was given my check as soon as our dessert plates were taken from us. We still had drinks left on the table that we were not finished with. Although I don't think there were any ill intentions from the staff members I expected service that wss more relaxed at a restaurant such as Neta.
Ambience: So- So. Felt more like a casual restaurant.
The chefs talked with each other loudly in Chinese the whole time we were sitting at the counter! They didn't seem to care about the customers. The open kitchen seemed dirty and disorganized. The restaurant was still busy preparing for opening after we arrived. Terrible ambiance. Very dim. Quite empty as well - there were only us and another family there. Omakase was just ok. I'll not come back again. I regret going here today.
Was disappointed with Neta on various levels. For a place that hosts omakase tastings I felt the staff should have been more attentive and knowledgable. The set up of the restaurant felt odd to me. I didn’t know we would be staring into the open kitchen the whole time. The food was just ok. I’ve had much better omakases in NYC for similar or less $. Honestly only came here to redeem an open table rewards card since they changed the points system. Still felt like I was ripped off. Would not return.
very good price for lunch
Birthday , they even gave a cake at the end !
Place has changed so much since 3 years ago went I came for omakase, then it was your standard omakase setting, no music and the food was fresh. This time when I walked in the music was way too loud and the sushi was not fresh. More worth it to go somewhere else for omakase.
This may be one of the best lunch specials in New York City.
I found a bug in the food and the chef refuse to admit it
Love everything... food service ambience !!!
Food was great but ambience is not what we had anticipated for a birthday dinner.
It’s still an American Japanese place. Restaurant’s open kitchen also seemed a little... cluttered for the lack of a better word. It’s like your local “really good” sushi place to order to-go or stroll in on a casual night if you are a high earner.
Happy hour drink & sashimi were great value and service was a bit slow but nice. Spider roll was not good as other popular Japanese restaurant since crab was very small portion and not decrative or creative presentation. Duck foie was not the way I expected...overall good Japanese place to come to Happy hour.
We had a great time and the sushi and service was very good. However, there was hardly anyone there.
Sorry to say, but the quality here has declined markedly over the past 6 months. This had been our “go to”’sushi restaurant but will be no more. It is not that the sushi is bad, it just isn’t nearly as good as it ussed to, and at this price point there are now many other better choices.
The Kaiseki was such a waste is stomach space. Round after round of boredom and filler. Really stunk it up. Sushi was good to very good. Spent $800 for 2 people Was worth 250-300 max.
They have a prefix menu for 29$ big enough for two people. It's really delicious
Consistent quality AAA
3 of us started with an appetizer and 3 rolls of sushi. Their cooking is not Japanese, but more of Pan-Asian. Rolls were so tiny for the price, and not even good, so we decided to stop and get out. Not worth the price at all.
Absolutely worthwhile Sitting at the food counter is a must. The amakazi is what it’s all about
The nori was soggy; this is bad in a restaurant that specializes in sushi.
We love his place. Tucked away sushi spot in the Village with some of the best fish and service in the neighborhood. A bit pricey, but absolutely worth it. I almost don’t want people knowing about how good this place is. The Omakase is a MUST.
Food was lovely, small portions but fresh, perfectly cooked, and delicious.
Food is bad
We chose Sashimi and Umami Donburi.
Very delicious and fresh！Worth the price！
Request seats at the bar for an amazing view of the the open kitchen!
Stopped in for Restaurant Week and happy I did! Great little place with good quality fish and wide variety of sakes and Japanese beer.
The service is very good and the food for restaurant week is fabulous!
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