The food is, for the most part, quite good. The uni risotto displayed no evidence of its namesake uni, but the accompanying lobster tempura was great (really, how couldn't it be?). The suckling pig, while somewhat dry at times, was paired with bits of crackled skin that made the dish. Unfortunately the service doesn't come close to matching the skills of the kitchen, seeming disjointed and amateur. Water glasses went unfilled for extended periods (most of the meal, actually). We waited forever for the bill, only to finally be told (when we got the attention of someone who passed us hoping to not be seen) that the printer was broken. Then we waited some more, until someone finally scribbled a bill on a piece of paper just like the old days. It's not a bad place, but was definitely the most disappointing dinner of our four nights in NYC.
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