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Time Out says

It’s late; you’re starving. The kitchen’s probably open, and serving classic appetizers and entrées like rolls, teriyaki, shabu-shabu and sashimi. A separate menu offers cutely named creations such as Moonlight Mackerel and Shrimp Mambo. The latter—stuffed with shrimp and fried to a golden crisp—is delicious, as is the light, four-variety seaweed salad, but don’t expect everything to be a slam dunk. The gargantuan, tender mussels in basil sauce were disappointingly bland, and the miso soup, though stuffed with seaweed, tofu and radish, was a little watery. Finish with the best dessert: the green-tea tiramisu, a foamy light concoction from the next-door bakery Panya.ku



Address: 14 Stuyvesant St
New York
Cross street: between Third Ave and E 9th St
Transport: Subway: N, R, 8th St–NYU; 6 to Astor Pl
Price: Average sushi meal (6 pieces, 1 roll): $14. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
Opening hours: Mon–Thu, Sun noon–11:30pm; Fri, Sat noon–2:30am
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