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Sun 5:30PM - 6:00PM 8:30PM - 8:45PM
Tue - Thu 5:30PM - 6:00PM 9:15PM - 9:45PM
Fri - Sat 5:30PM - 6:00PM 10:00PM - 10:45PM
Noreetuh in the East Village is NYC's first serious Hawaiian-inspired restaurant.
Very good service and good food, a little noisy on a Friday night. Good value for money.
I grew up on O'ahu, and have lived in NYC for some time, and although there are many things that I truly miss about home, the food is near the top of the list. NYC had a few plate lunch spots, and the giant "poke craze" in the past two years at least brought the cuisine to the city's mass consciousness, but this spot in the East Village brings it all back in a great way.
Chef Chung Chow is a master at creating upscale local Hawai'ian dishes, enhanced by a multitude of unique ingredients from all over. From the tuna poke and musubi, to the mochiko fried chicken and the haupia sundae, the food (and the ambience in the room) will take you back to the islands for a couple hours. Every dish is perfect for sharing, as well, and the beer/wine/cocktail list is impressive, even by New York standards!
Wonderful Hawaiian / Pacific Rim cuisine with a really interesting and surprisingly extensive wine list and wonderful desserts. There were so many things we wanted to try that we shared several starters and appetizers and didn't even get to the main courses. A lot more we still want to try so we will be back!
The fried chicken was out of this world amazing. Loved the set meal with the macaroni salad, Hawaiian buns and homemade pickles. So good. I've had the prix fixe dinners before which are a ton of food and amazing. But now that I'm trying to eat healthier, the fried chicken is my go to dish to share with a friend.
Creative selection of taste combinations. Never had a pork chop as buttery and nicely flavored before. Prix Fixe offers great value and wine pairing is matched to the individual dishes. Last, but not least, our server was excellent and very knowledgeable and made the evening very special.
Delicious food and very attentive staff
The most amazing food, service and wine!!!! The atmosphere is casual, but the food is not...
An easy-going place for a Hawaiian-inspired meal with friends. My sister and I are both from Hawaii, and enjoyed the inventive twists on some Island favorites, like the crunchy mochi-crusted sea bass, and the kalua pork and cabbage pasta.
The prix fixe menu is a great deal! Lots of tasty choices.
Great personalized service. Delicious menu.
Incredibly creative cooking at a reasonable price. The three course prix fixe, when shared among table mates, is a great way of getting a taste of a lot of different menu items. The service was friendly and helpful, attentive without being intrusive.
Absolutely love this restaurant. Excellent service, ambiance and the food is unique and perfectly executed. Very helpful with food allergies too!
Food was delicious but $9 for three small pieces (but tasty) masubi is a bit pricey.
Food was fantastic and more like a 'hawaiian twist' than actual Hawaiian.
Awesome! The food is authentic! Only the best ingredients are used.
Our dinner at Noreetuh was one of the best I've had lately! Very inventive, delicious food. Service by Blake and others was great, he was fun, attentive and guided us in our choices...the taro chips are addictive, wings over the top yummy my companion had the pork belly and I had the Wagyu...both excellent choices...special mention to the honey garlic shrimp appetizer with housemade soba...just incredible! we'll be back.
Superb, try it now, and forget everything you may think you know about Hawaiian food. This is NOT a Trader Vics tiki lounge, and is authentic, inventive, and innovative! Must for anyone who loves sushi, poke, or Asian cuisine. Prix fixe menu is a super deal.
The concept was interesting. Who wouldn't want to have Hawaiian food. The menu items looked good and the prix fixe was a steal at $48 for three courses. The food however was decidedly "ok not great". The garlic shrimp were overcooked as was the octopus. The mochi crusted sea bass was super oily. A friend had the pork belly and was unimpressed. The setting was a typical cool east village scene and the service was lovely. However, I wouldn't go out of my way to return.
Great food, great location , perfectly made food and top notch service
Great food, great service, and a great setting. Not surprising from an former Per Se team.
This place has great service and delicious food.
The intimate setting is perfect for date night or girlfriends get together.
Fabulous food and vibrant ambience. Quiet but yet courteous staff!
Banging food, amazing wines and awesome hospitality.
WOW! This restaurant has been on my 'to try' list for so long and now I'm mad that I hadn't gone sooner. Seriously swooning over the perfect meal I had there. I went with the prix-fixe plus wine pairing. All of the dishes were perfectly executed and I appreciate the sincerity and genuine enthusiasm of the bartender/sommelier--no complaints about the choices made. I would repeat the meal I had in a heartbeat (tofu, monkfish liver, spaghetti), but am also excited to try out other items. I was too full to sample a dessert, but those sounded delish as well. Definitely coming back and highly recommend!
Our second visit and even better this time! Food is amazing. Lovely wine list. Very special.
Just had a great lunch at Noreetuh! We will be back soon.
The food portion was great, and the desserts were amazing. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable for wine pairings!
Beautiful restaurant, beautiful food. The brunch was fabtastic.
The food was terrific and the service was terrific. It was great to have really pleasant service and it reminds you how rare that is. I'll be back!
Just had dinner there last night for my S.O. who had a shoutout on the menu. Lol. The place was not as big but very intimate. Food was great. We decided to get the prefixed meal. From the snacks to appetizer to main course to dessert. Everything was sooo gooooood. Will most definitely go back and try the other meals & most likely try their brunch too. 👌🏼
Fantastic. Treated very special!
The food is amazing - we had the prix fix and everything we had was original and full of flavor. We also got the wine pairings which were amazing, clearly thought out and absolutely enhanced our meal. Service was excellent. Always so impressed with Noreetuh.
Went here with a couple friends and did the prefix menu. Everyone got something different to try out the menu and no one was unsatisfied. I will say the appetizers were better than the main course but the dessert was the best part of the whole meal. The pineapple upside down cake was amazing!
Went for restaurant week and even my boyfriend was impressed which says a lot. The food was AMAZING definitely will go back.
We went to Noreetuh for Restaurant Week with our daughter and a friend. The food was excellent; interesting and unusual flavors, well presented. Service was attentive but not hovering. Well worth it.
The food was exquisite. One of the best meals in the city. The pork belly literally melted in my mouth. The tuna poke was also just a flavor explosion in my mouth. The waygu beef was extraordinary. The pineapple upside down cake - extraordinary. Basically now I want to travel to Hawaii because of this meal. I will be back!!
Noreetuh was excellent. The service was outstanding beginning with Jess, who took very good care of us. The entire staff couldn't have been nicer. Food was top notch. Monkliver torchon, mushroom tempura (awesome!), bass & the spam agnolotti (the star!). Excellent wine list, the Nebbiolo was delicious. Get your butt there and enjoy!
The silken tofu dish was sublime; obsessed with the spam angalotti and truffle entree and the pineapple upside down cake was out of this world! The server we had was top notch friendly and sassy and just amazing
My two friends and I went for my birthday dinner during Restaurant Week and chose selections from the RW menu, which were all delicious. We had the tempura mushrooms and both pokes to start, the mochi crusted bass, chow fun noodles, and kalua pork cavatelli for our entrees, with the pineapple upside down cake and sundae for dessert. The drinks were tasty, too: Hwayu17? Gimlet and a soju drink. Dangerously smooth. Thanks for the attentive and warm service!