The Low Down
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Inspired uptown Japanese restaurant makes a big splash by keeping things on a small scale.
by Contributor at Citysearch
This tiny sliver of a restaurant, perched above a gallery-like Madison Avenue Japanese tea shop, specializes in kaiseki, a meal of tiny courses traditionally served with tea. The layout is spare, with deep-brown woodâ¦
By scotta2020013999 at Citysearch
Clearly one of my favorite things about this city. I like that they have so many kinds of tea that are rarely seen. They also have a variety of pro... Read More
By J Stiglitz at Citysearch
I haven't eaten here, but do stop by for their extensive selection of tea's. Just great! Read More
Irresistable- a little heaven on madison ave
By zoey bachmann at Citysearch
A stunning presentation on a plate one after another..with a blend of authenticity and quintessential quality from Executive Chef Yamasaki. I recom... Read More
where the true things are..
By jen s tenoir at Citysearch
'A little house' as the last stop of Manhattan's dining venue. It'll turn gracious for your first date, business convention, friendly neighbor's bi... Read More
Lunch & Dinner- just divine as always..
By Kay Jeans at Citysearch
I've commercially participated in experiencing at every exceptional Japanese cuisine in nyc. and I'll tell you one thing, "Kai is a knockout!" Chef... Read More