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Senya is a modernized, creative Japanese restaurant that has its own sparks and flare. The dishes contains its own identity and personality as if they are living art. Owners of the restaurant focuses on providing only the freshest ingredients and first class service for their customers. The owners hope to offer an unforgettable fine dining experience for all its patrons. The sushi bar provides only the freshest ingredients, and offers wide variety of Japanese fish, such as golden eye red snapper, hokkaido uni, blue fin fatty tuna and etc. The vegetables and poultries for the kitchen are purchased from the best local vendors and farmers market.
**Please kindly note that there may be slightly delay in reservations and walk-in on the weekend due to limited space**
New York, NY 10003
Hours of Operation:
Tue–Thu, Sun 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
Fri, Sat 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
E 6th and E 7th street
$31 to $50
On street parking is available. On weekends, you may need to park in one of the local garages on East 9th or East 10th Streets.
1. Take the F train to 2nd Ave stop and walk up to 1st Ave. The restaurant is located between 6th and 7th street.
2. Take the 6 train to Astor place and walk toward 1st Ave. Turn right to 6th and 7th street.
Private Party Contact:
Cayvian Choo: (917) 328-2156
Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Wine
Senya Ratings and Reviews
Great food, ambiance, service, lots of variety in the menu. The omakase may not be great if you are vegetarian; there was a wagyu beef roll that came out unexpectedly, but you should tell them if you do not eat meat when they ask about dietary restrictions.
The range of dishes is wider than at most NYC Japanese restaurants, with interesting combinations of custards, access, gelees and fish, both raw and cooked with pristine vegetable.s Sake selection is of higher quality and lower prices than most in NYC- more like in Japan where sake is prices reasonably rather than being a ripoff.
Servers are charming an knowledgeable. Nose level relatively low, with no background music- Thank you!!
Absolutely worth it. Many restaurants have difficulty maintaining consist quality throughout their menu, but Senya does it perfectly. The individual sushi is prepared meticulously and seems to be engineered for maximum impact, which is almost a necessity given the steep price. The entrees were especially good in value, at just 20 per entree; yet, they still managed to impress. Finally, while the dessert may not be traditional Japanese, it is a wonderful finish to a delicious meal with the New York twist on traditional dessert. Overall, one of the best dining experiences I've ever had.
This is the second time I go to Senya. Chirashi bowl is my favorite. Everything is fresh and well prepared. Beautifully presented with the wooden bowl. I also love their appetizer. Tofu is soft and the tempura shrimp is so tasty. I will definitely go there again with my friends.
I wouldn't come back for this place - perhaps I had too high expectations being a sushi restaurant. The music was off - it was playing top 40 and EDM. Service was extremely slow - for a slow night we waited around 1h for food.
Food was quite decent, but similar to a $20 sushi place.
We came here on a Saturday night. Late reservation = late dining time. We were a group of 3, and each of us ordered a sushi/sashimi omakase. Reasonably priced compared to most other Japanese restaurants in the city. We bookended our meal with shishito peppers and a trove of green-tea based desserts (on the house due to the long wait time for our entrees). Given the attentive service, the good value for money, and the sheer amazingness and quality of the food, this was easily one of the best meals I've had in New York City.
I ordered Crab Salad, Filet Mignon and Chirashi Zushi. Crab salad was okay. For Filet Mignon, meat was tender and nice but the sauce was too sweet. If I had known that I would have asked to put the sauce on the side. For Chirash Zushi, salmon roe and fluke were very good but eel was way hard and dry and they put a slice of lemon between yellow tail and tuna (it never happens in good quality Japanese restaurant.) They also sprinkled Hurikake on top of rice. Unfortunately it was quite a disaster. Wait staff were nice.
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