1. Photograph: Filip Wolak
    Photograph: Filip Wolak

    Bruleed pineapple at Noreetuh

  2. Photograph: Liz Clayman
    Photograph: Liz Clayman

    Corned beef-tongue musubi at Noreetuh

  3. Photograph: Liz Clayman
    Photograph: Liz Clayman

    Silken tofu at Noreetuh

  4. Photograph: Liz Clayman
    Photograph: Liz Clayman

    Poke salad at Noreetuh

  5. Photograph: Liz Clayman
    Photograph: Liz Clayman

    Noreetuh

  6. Photograph: Filip Wolak
    Photograph: Filip Wolak

    Noreetuh

  7. Photograph: Filip Wolak
    Photograph: Filip Wolak

    Noreetuh

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  • East Village
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Review

Noreetuh

3 out of 5 stars

Self-billed modern Hawaiian.

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Time Out says

There aren’t a ton of Hawaiian restaurants in New York City, and Noreetuh, which first opened in 2015, bills itself as a modern take on the cuisine. Choose from classic or spicy Spam musubi with the option to add a bit of caviar, big-eye tuna poke, beef skewers and mochiko fried chicken in the cozy space. 

Details

Address
128 First Ave
New York
10009
Cross street:
between 7th and 8th Sts
Transport:
Subway: L to First Ave
Price:
Average entrée: $18. AmEx, Disc, MC, V.
Opening hours:
Wednesday-Thursday, 5pm-9:30 pm; Friday-Saturday, 5pm-10:30pm; Sunday, 5pm-9pm.
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