Noreetuh is open for dinner between Tuesday through Sunday offering elevated Hawaiian cuisine, and offer traditional Hawaiian brunch on Saturday and Sunday.
Sat, Sun 12:00 pm–2:30 pm
Tue–Thu 5:30 pm–10:00 pm
Fri, Sat 5:30 pm–10:30 pm
Sun 5:30 pm–9:00 pm
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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
What Insiders Are Saying
Noreetuh in the East Village is NYC's first serious Hawaiian-inspired restaurant.
It was Sunday before a holiday and after a big political weekend and it felt like a Saturday in the Village. Everyone was out. The restaurant was packed. Despite that, the wait staff and kitchen were impeccable. We had an amazing evening.
The food and waitress/bartender were both fantastic. It was very quiet but we had a lovely experience.
Although this Hawaiian restaurant has been opened for a while, it's the 1st opportunity that we've had to come downtown to try it. The food definitely met our expectations from all the rave reviews. The appetizers, starters & mains were all seasoned well & plated nicely. However, the modest piece of grilled octopus was slightly undercooked. They need more illumination than a tiny tea candle at tables. I like to see my food well! The wait staff was attentive. It was also nice to hear Brother Iz's "Over the Rainbow" & other Hawaiian songs while we dined in the small dark restaurant. It didn't take us all the way to Hawaii, but it's cool that we could've eaten a spam creation or mac salad in NY if we wanted it. We'll come back to try other dishes, especially the kahlua pork which is my must-have favorite on every trip to Hawaii. Mahalo.
Had a really great experience at noreetuh. Went for my friend's birthday, and they took note of that when I mentioned it at the time of booking. The waitress wished my friend a happy birthday when we sat, and the menus were custom printed to wish her a happy birthday as well. The food was excellent, exceeded expectations. We split the tuna poke, corn and truffles, kombucha squash, chicken wings, and smoked cod spaghetti - all outstanding, and really interesting, unique dishes. Highly recommend.
The food was exceptional; really flavorful, creative and unique -- Hawaiian with an Asian influence. The service was very friendly; we felt genuinely welcome. All in all, a wonderful experience. Highly recommended!
Authentic flavors. Cheerful and welcoming owners. NY chic! The prie fixed menu can be ordered all evening and is the best value if you want to taste the many flavors of Polynesian cuisine! Will definitely be back regularly.
Very creative and tasty dishes, nice moderate portion size. Great attantive service. I would expect a but more for cocktails though
My friend and I did the 3 course prix fixe with wine pairings. Our server Sarah was super knowledgeable and really enhanced our experience. The wines were interesting and worked very well with the dishes. Spam agnolotti and creamed corn with summer truffles are can’t misses.
Noreetuh is one of our favorite restaurants in New York. It's outstanding without being stuffy. It feels casual but the food is next level without being intimidating. It's creative and nuanced and supported by a well-priced and excellent wine list. The service is friendly and we always feel well taken care of. Go hungry because you will want to try as many things on the menu as possible!
Pasta with back cod was very tasty, as was the sunfish. Wonderful deserts.
Excellent food and service. Can’t stop thinking about the pork chop and pineapple upside down cake!
Food was delicious! Good music. It is pretty busy and the place was packed; Had a big group so it was tight quarters. Would definitely come back.
Above expectations. Excellent
Amazing birthday meal, we are all still dreaming about the Pineapple Upside-down Cake!
The food was amazing. I never had Hawaiian food before and it was great. Tried this for restaurant week and the menu options were great. They had a lot of variety of fish and meat. The tuna poke and the spice pork chop amazing. So was the octopus and cod fish. Omnibus was nice and relaxed with Hawaiian music playing in the background.
It was so nice , I went back twice.
The food is delicious and service is superb
Food was a lot blander than the menu looked. Dessert was really great but both other courses were just ok and lacked a real flavour punch.
Great cozy atmosphere and fantastic food to match. Came for restaurant week and the menu did not disappoint.The Ikura in the tofu app was so fresh, the five spice pork chop had very tasty sauce and the bread pudding was to die for. Would go back for this meal again!
Three of us came for a Restaurant Week dinner and we all loved our dishes! The food is quite creative and absolutely delicious. Service was always very attentive. Would love to come back!
We went restaurant week, it a very nice place. Just wish there was more food on the plate. Still felt peckish afterwards.
The food was amazing , I can’t wait to go back. The server was very attentive
Great food, service and an exceptional wine list for a small place.
This is a quiet casual restaurant. We decided to dine at this restaurant based on the menu being advertised for "Resturant Week". The service was adequate and the best part of the meal was the dessert. We chose our meal from the prefix menu.
We both ordered the mushroom tempura for our appetizer. I ordered the Kalua Pork Cavatelli and my mom ordered the five-spiced glazed pork. For dessert I had the chocolate Haupia sundae and my mom had the King's Hawaiian Bread Pudding.
The mushroom appetizer was good. The Kaula Prok Cavatelli was a watery pasta dish with bland pork. I was unable to finish this dish based on the unappetizing appearance and bland taste. My mom felt that the pork dish had an unusual taste but finished it.
Both desserts were delicious. However, after eating my mom stated she did not feel well. Later that night my mom was unable to sleep was all night and was violently ill all night and the next morning. I believe she had food poising.
I will not recommend this restaurant and will never return.
Very good food in a comfy, non-stuffy space. Good variety of food with fresh ingredients.
Went for restaurant week. Server was delightful. The poke and mushroom tempura apps were great. The pasta with smoked cod was good but rich (thankfully it wasn't a huge portion). The pork loin (chop?) was good but a bit overcooked. The upside down pineapple cake (for 2) was amazing.... Also was very impressed by the extensive and reasonably priced wine list. Can't wait to go back and try their fried chicken!
Interesting; different combinations of ingredients & flavors. Tasty; fresh ingredients. Stylish food. Restaurant knows about wines. Very much a delight.
Food was amazing but we waited far too long for our reservation.
Always spectacular food with outstanding service, highly recommend.
Nice for a darkly lit couples meal. Surprisingly loud for a small space. Pork Chop very good. Chicken Teriyaki meh, could have used more sauce. Caprese very good. Short rib--not tender but nice flavor. Pog tart a little gelatinous. Coconut ice cream, yum!
Soft shell crab was superb. Fried chicken worth the price. Jin, the co owner treated us superbly. A friend who knows him called him to expect our arrival. Jin has somm experience which explains the diverse wine list. Great value if you know your vineyards. Definite return.
Fantastic food. Nice ambiance. A/c did not work too well; tough on a hat summer night. Highly recommend.
Incredible food as always. The luau feast is the best, hands down. Sarah was incredible!
Out of the four dishes we ordered, two were outstanding and the other two were average. However the service was sensational and the ambiance just gorgeous. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a different dining experience - the food and restaurant fit out we’re both wholly original and fun.
It was an amazing experience. Jin and his team was very attentive to our dinner and it definitely is one of top choices for group dinner. I had hosted my girlfriend's birthday a year ago, and there was no better place than Noreetuh for her farewell dinner.
The best food and the friendliest service that you will find anywhere in the neighborhood. If you haven’t been yet, you are missing out!
Great love this place
I recently came here with a friend to try a cuisine we've never had before (in honor of the late & great Anthony Bourdain). For such a small place, the ambience was cool without being intimidating and super relaxing. Our server was adorable and fantastic and I want her to be my best friend. We were drooling over everything on this menu, so we just went for it with the Luau Feast for two, and I don't know if I've ever gotten a better value for my money. We got an incredible amount of food and everything was INCREDIBLE and jam packed with flavor - the chicken in gravy was to die for, and the tuna poke was the best I've had in New York ... the food here is obviously curated by and cooked by people that love food. I cannot wait to come back.
I surprised my wife by going here 2 months after we got back from Hawaii. We were obsessed with Hawaiin cuisine and noreetuh was like we were still there. The wait staff was amazing and the owner Jim is a gentleman, very polite and friendly. He came out to make sure we were enjoying our food and are absolutely going back. There aren't enough stars to give for a review! Thanks for an amazing meal and experience
We had an amazing time at Noreetuh! Thank you for such a special night. Great food, great atmosphere!
Very good service and good food, a little noisy on a Friday night. Good value for money.