We had a chance to eat in 2 Haru Sushi restaurants on Manhattan: on Park Avenue and on Broadway. Great sushi, very nice stuff. Try deserts as well!!
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Had lunch at Haru Sushi for the first time and cannot wait to go back! The lunch was fantastic! The edamame is just perfect as an appetizer. Also had gyoza, and it was just delicious. Had the shrimp tempura and the portions are HUGE and...More
late night dining while in the area, it was good but nothing to write home about in a city full of very good sushi places. portions were ample, drink special decent buta bit skimpy
Very good service, we had sushi rolls, the open kitchen is nice to see but I didn't like at all the rest rooms and the lights there. too shady!!
I believe sushi has a certain integrity to it. Once you expand into a chain then that integrity is lost. Haru now has several locations in Manhattan. This one is located in the midtown business district and we went here for an early lunch. Service...More
Growing up in Japan, I've never been able to find decent yellowtail in the US. Haru's yellowtail sashimi was exquisite. Delicate, melt-in-your-mouth deliciousness. The tuna and salmon were great too, but I was particularly surprised by the yellowtail. The price is steep, but well worth...More
We had dinner with a large group. This was no problem and in comparison with other restaurants we (even with a large group) got a large menu we could choose from. the food was very good. I had the assorted sushi which was delicious. Also...More
My daugther and I had dinner before seeing Bullets Over Broadway and were impressed. The decor is smart and casual with white birch branches seperating the levels. The sushi was fresh and delicious, the scorpion bowl was spot on. We would return
This sushi restaurant is a must-do during your stay in New York. The atmosphere and location are perfect (I tried the one next to Union Square twice). Possibility to have dinner on the terrace also! A little bit expensive but the quality and the originality...More
We eat sushi just about everywhere we travel if we know it will be fresh. Staying at the W, Union Square, Haru was perfectly located for us. We did not have reservations, but were fortunate to get an outside table for two with less than...More