Rabbit House Omakase and Sake Bar
Bar Snack/Appetizer; our famous Addicted Sparerib $16, Tako Marinade Salad $16
Seasonal Entree; Gluten-Free Potato Gnocchi Truffle Miso Sauce and Duck Confit Dandelion Salad $26, Steamed Wild Cod with Clam soy broth, Brussel Sprout Salad and Round Daikon $26
New on Sake list; Kid Junmai Wakayama Prefecture
Original Cocktail; Hokkaido Highball(Hokkaido Whisky $17), Kyoto Cherry Blossom(Kyoto Gin, Prickly Pear, Cherry Blossom ice $16)
Japanese Spirits; Nikka Yoichi Single Malt Whisky, Teeda Japanese Rum, Yamasemi Rice Shochu.
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Sun 5:30PM - 9:00PM
Thu - Sat 5:30PM - 9:00PM
This is a tiny, homey omikase place. It feels remarkably like similar places in Tokyo. It was an ideal place for two friends to re-meet after a long time to eat, drink an talk for hours.
Amazing service and such friendly staff! This along with the great food all added to the overall lovely experience. Would definitely go back.
I can’t believe for $80, including tip, we got 6 courses filled with truffle, salmon and roe, foie gras, rabbit, duck breast, and more. And all the dishes were inventive and well executed and tasty. I’ve done a lot of tasting menus and this was really well done. But the wildest part is that I noticed at the end that it seemed like just one lady was cooking for the restaurant. It’s fairly small but still, all those dishes went out without delay and were well timed and all excellent. That’s so impressive.
Fantastic romantic dinner for two. Got the six course meal with the sake tasting and had no regrets. Staff was very attentive and gave story about all of the dishes and pairings
A hidden gem that exceeds expectations. Super friendly staff and intimate dining scene; even got to meet the chef. Winter tasting menu was a smash hit, and the sake was an excellent pairing. Would recommend Rabbit House to my closest friends, it was an unforgettable dining experience and truly innovative cuisine.
It was great!
The food was amazing. There’s was only one person there serving and cooking so I’m glad my friend and I went early. The rabbit is the way to go.
Did the omakase for my birthday. The food was delicious and impressive, the outdoor dining felt safe and cozy, and the chef was engaging and kind. Wonderful experience!
Really slow service and food prep. Sat on the sidewalk for 3 hours to get through the meal. Dishes were small and lack depth of flavor, almost gimmicky. Some were good but not worth the wait and portion size. Left still hungry
Sitting outside was nice; food was prepared to order; limited menu. It was fun. Don't order a drink without looking at the menu. A shot of scotch was $25.00 and while good, not worth it. This was a groupon deal and many expenses were put on the final bill that were not in the fine print. Overall an interesting experience and good food and everyone tried very hard and couldn't have been nicer.
I have always been a big fan of Rabbit House at the old location. The new Rabbit House is even better, nicely decorated and more upscale. Menu has been updated, with some new dishes and an expanded tasting menu. Chef Yoshika is extremely talented and creative. Food is comparable to fancy restaurants, with a large selection of fine sake. Price is more than reasonable. All prices include tax & tips!!!
Uniqe experience, memorable. Chef/owner personal service unlike any restaurant that I have been to.
Rabbit House is my absolute favorite restaurant in New York City. It's where we've gone for our anniversary, two of my birthdays, New Year's Eve with friends from out of town, and now Valentine's Day. At each of these celebrations, the service was absolutely incredible--I cannot imagine kinder, more attentive service. This is not the place to go if you're incredibly picky, but if you're adventurous and open to exploring the chef's creative palette, I recommend the omakase. My favorite dishes are their ponzu mushrooms, artichoke spread (hear me out! It has miso in it), and the black sesame pudding. The atmosphere can't be beat, a soothing escape from downtown's sensory overload.
Rabbit House Omakase and Sake Bar does offer delivery in partnership with Uber Eats. Rabbit House Omakase and Sake Bar also offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (646) 448-4022.
Rabbit House Omakase and Sake Bar is rated 4.7 stars by 13 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.