Restaurants, Japanese Kips Bay
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Venue says The best Sukiyaki in the city and traditional Japanese dishes. Chef's tasting course from $48/pp and up

It’s time to learn about another subsection of Japanese cookery: ippin, small and large grazing plates traditionally paired with sake. At this small eatery, chef-owner Mie Okada forgoes sushi for seasonal fare that utilizes as many locally grown ingredients as possible. Look for dishes such as grilled fresh bamboo shoots, as well as classics like shabu-shabu and sukiyaki.

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Momokawa says
In the end, a great meal is not about the food and wine. A great meal is an emotional experience. We try to make our meals extraordinary ones by establishing a beautiful place, one filled with a staff that cares about it as they do about their home, where we can care for you as the most important guest in it. Our chefs are meticulous about culinary details, use fundamental techniques and work in a kitchen that delivers the very best products of the earth to the table. No detail or element can be more or less important than another.

A great meal is not one that just fills you up. A great meal is a journey that returns you to sources of pleasure you may have forgotten, taking you to places you haven’t been before.
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Venue name: Momokawa
Address: 157 E 28th St
New York
Cross street: between Lexington and Third Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 5:30–10:30pm; Sun 5–10pm
Transport: Subway: 6 to 28th St
Price: Average ippin: $10. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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