Overrated, overpriced, Small portions. Perfect for dessert after dinner. Except we will to spend 200.00.
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We had the chef's tasting and it was just perfectly fresh and the fish was just the best with amazing selections of sushi & sashimi. We thouroughly enjoyed every morsel. The dining room is slightly on the cramped side and once it got busy we...More
Hasaki is famous for serving Edo style sushi and has been a signature small Japanese restaurant in East Village. I just had a lovely lunch there today. I ordered a Chasoba Gozen, which includes a choice of hot or cold soba, salad, two side dishes,...More
There really isn't much to write about Hasaki. The food is excellent, the service is great, the atmosphere is very nice and the prices are very reasonable, especially for sushi. I would strongly recommend it.
This is one of many Japanese restaurant in the area. The food is very fresh, really enjoyed the afternoon plate with various things like sashimi, tempura etc...on it. Great place, nice atmosphere.
It is the best experience in jap food ive ever had. The sushi man performing has art un fron of my friendo and me at the bar......never endilng topes of fresh fiscal kindle refreshed by mild sake and Okinawa beer. What else?
I used to come here regularly because the place has been around for ever. I have come here since 1990s. They have recently changed the menu in a way that it made it into just another expensive place on the block. I miss the udon...More
Had a wonderful dinner at Hasaki on Friday night. It is a lovely little restaurant on the lower level of a brownstone in the heart of the East Village. Shared sushi for 2 with my husband. It was absolutely delicious, beautifully presented, and was a...More
Was staying at The Standard Hotel in the East Village. There are several Japanese restaurants and noodle shops in the area. From appearances and the menu this looked the best. Cute little place in the downstairs of a brownstone. They have sushi and sashimi. Also...More