Went here for a disappointing dinner. The service is lousy, the ambience is poor, the food is just okay and overpriced. There is much better Japanese food on the UES.
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We met up with a New York friend and he promised to take us to one of his favourite restaurants, which I'm pretty sure when he was discussing it with us referred to it as a sushi bar. It is much much more than a...More
A neighborhood gem. Small spot with excellent service. A spot we would enjoy when back in NYC. Fresh fish and nice assortment of options. Order for yourself or share, which was what we did.
We went to this restaurant with two of my friends and we enjoyed ourselfes so much.We ate sushi, sashimi, soup and chicken and they were delicious! Waiters were very kind and friendly and the service is fast and perfect.If you are near these place and...More
When eating sushi I won't go to just any spot. It's got to be a reputable and clean establishment. We went here for a bite to eat with another couple on a Saturday night. Haru has many locations in NYC but this one has more...More
I have been to this Haru numerous times and often love the sushi and drinks. The tuna tataki app, and spicy tuna hand roll are excellent. However, recently, on some late nights, the music selection has been bizarre. Instead on having jazzy or lounge music,...More
We like this haru better for ambience. they have a large outside area and a nice inside space. great bar and good food. service can be spotty at times but usually is great. can get a little pricey and sometimes you want more.
Ever have Frozen fish on a stick? The sushi was ICE. Hard as a rock. At first I thought it was a joke. The Mc Donalds of Sushi on the UES. This is a shame that people think this is what Japanese food is. Go...More
I absolutely love sushi and I was pleased with this restaurant. The dinning room was very nice and relaxing. Clear Christmas lights wrap around tree branches as a nice decoration. The waitress wasn't as attentive as she should have been. We oredered saki and they...More
Haru has very good sushi. It's not what you'll get at some (very) upscale sushi places, but it's very solid. The thing that sets this location apart from the others is the added energy from the sake bar. We sat next to some rowdy teenagers...More