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Kissaki Sushi Columbus Ave NYC Reviews from The Last Year
Went for restaurant week, it was great! My fave was the
Went for restaurant week, it was great! My fave was the fatty tuna sushi and the appetizer with crispy garlic. Will definitely go back!
This place has amazing , Sushi was fresh and it was
This place has amazing , Sushi was fresh and it was delicious,Servers were friendly and paid attention to details.
Truly horrible experience.
I came here with my boyfriend for Valentines Day. The whole fixed price deal is extremely misleading. Aside from that, we were told on our reservation that we had 120 minutes for our meal. The food took the span of 3 hours to come out. Not one staff person cared that they were completely late on everything. The place is so overpriced for what it is - the fish is fine. You can find better sushi/omakase elsewhere in the neighborhood. They have an "I don't care attitude" there and we are glad we now know to never go back.
This restaurant is terrible - the worst sushi experience I
This restaurant is terrible - the worst sushi experience I have ever had. No pluses, only minuses for this place. Where do I start. How anyone can give this place 4-5 stars much less 2-3 is beyond me.This restaurant is fairly new to the neighborhood and, based upon the reviews, I had been wanting to try it; so I went today at 5:30 when they opened. The place isn't all that large, but they have enclosed sidewalk seating, where I sat. Although they tried to make the decor appealing, I just found it depressing and had a desire to leave shortly after I sat down. Despite their efforts, you definitely know you are eating on the sidewalk. I often like dining outside, but there is something about this place that just doesn't work. They have artificial hanging flowers under the roof and seating for approximately 20 people outside and probably about 30 inside where there is a bar, a sushi bar, and a few tables. The popular music they were playing was a little too loud which made it difficult to understand the servers because their English wasn't that clear in the first place. The service was sporadic, and the servers seemed inexperienced. I asked the same person twice for the check, but she was busy at other tables, and didn't seem to know how to handle two things at the same time. Finally, after about 10 minutes, I got the attention of the Manager, and he brought the check. He was apologetic and asked me how the food was. I had to be honest with him. I didn't very much like it at all, and I have had a lot of sushi in my life. He encouraged me to come back and try again, but that won't be happening - too many good restaurants in NYC. With me, one strike and it is on to better things (hopefully)Now for the food: For a sushi restaurant, the menu was sparse and didn't offer too many selections. They had a few pieces of nigiri and some sashimi you could order - the standard stuff - and 3 meal choices. One was $38 for 4 pieces of nigiri and a futomaki roll, another was the Roku for $58 for 6 pieces of sushi & a futomaki roll. The 3rd was a sushi bar or table dinner for $120.I opted for the Roku, which also included miso soup and edamame, but overall I was sorely disappointed. I started out with the cheapest "hot" sake they had - $18 for an 8 oz glass (total ripoff). The sake wasn't very good and not very hot. By the time I got 1/4 through it was cold. This was such a little amount of sake for a meal. I really wanted more but, at that price, no way. Most Japanese and Chinese restaurants serve sake in a carafe so that it stays hot, and they usually charge a more reasonable price. This place needs to re-evaluate how they serve sake. The miso soup was tasty enough, but just broth with 2 pieces of tofu and 1 piece of seaweed. The edamame was bland. Usually it is cooked in salt water to give it some flavor, but in this case, they didn't bother with the salt.Although the sushi seemed to be fresh, the preparation was a little weird. All of it was too cold, like it had just come out of the refrigerator. It should be more room temperature. The futomaki was obviously pre-made and not the best. It was seaweed with rice inside and inside that a chunk of cucumber, a little bit of avocado, some yucky spinach, and another yucky something I couldn't identify. The 6 pieces of nigiri were pretty standard stuff - salmon, tuna, scallop, yellowtail, and a couple of other pieces I wasn't sure of. The waitress tried explaining to me what they were, but the music was so loud and she was so hard to understand that I basically didn't pay any attention. There was nothing really interesting about any of these pieces. A couple of them had been slightly tweeked, ie salmon with lemon which actually ruined it and a piece I couldn't identify with some weird stuff on it, which also wasn't very good. There wasn't even any ginger.I guess it is pretty obvious that I won't be returning to this restaurant. I was so unhappy that I just left a 10.5% tip whereas I always leave at least 15%. The total was over $90 with the tip, and I just basically felt very cheated. This meal wasn't even worth $50.
I've heard good things about Kissaki and it did not
I've heard good things about Kissaki and it did not disappoint. I came here for restaurant week and the nigiri pieces were really fresh and high quality. I would totally come back for regular omakase which I think is $100 for 15 pieces. Good vibes inside.
Japanese, but not in the service
PROS Quality of food, definitely elegant and well presented Fine dining And position mainly CONS Everything the rest Service: poor wine list, offered 2 bottles already opened, dirty dishes left on the table all the dinner, a lot of wait and drunk people joined in the external room from street without being stopped at the door They can do better Good place, but definitely need improvements
Another GREAT Restaurant Week deal, $60 for omakase!
Another GREAT Restaurant Week deal, $60 for omakase! Included 2 small appetizers, 8 pieces of sushi, and dessert. Highlights for me was the toro sushi and dessert, which was a Spanish inspired bread pudding with hints of orange and burnt brown sugar on top. Service was a little slow, though not a huge deal, I think they were just a bit overwhelmed with the amount of reservations on a Friday night during RW. Interior is beautiful and sleek, definitely want to come back for a regular course dinner or other omakase experience.
I have been wanting to try Kissaki sushi for awhile now and
I have been wanting to try Kissaki sushi for awhile now and I'm glad I finally did. I heard they were having a restaurant week deal that was well worth the $60 and it did not disappoint! We arrived 30 minutes earlier than our reservation and they were very nice and still sat us. The servers we had all very attentive and gave knowledgeable explanations on every dish which is very important when having omakase. Great ambiance as well very relaxing meal experience. Lastly the FOOD! We got the restaurant week special for 1 appetizer, 8 nigiri and a dessert. The first appetizer was the hamachi with shallots in some sort of sauce which was delicious. Next they also gave a soup as a second appetizer not listed in the menu which was a nice touch and it was simple yet had everything it needed. The soup was a clam and melon in a dashi broth. Following that came the star of the show, the nigiri! We are from right to left starting with the egg which was perfect and ending with the fatty tuna which left us not only satisfied but wanting more. Dessert followed shortly and blew our mind not only with flavor but the texture and balance a milky cake that was not too sweet but warm with some caramelization. I am already looking forward to coming back!
First time doing a restaurant week omakase.
I would stay away and recommend doing a regular omakase. Fish was not too fresh, and every bite was absolutely overkill with the wasabi. I'm sure their regular counter omakase is great, but would definitely stay far away from their restaurant week promotion.
Always a great choice.
Definitely among the best futomaki in NYC. Their Omakase selection is wide and of good quality. Staff is knowledgeable and careful with allergies.
This place is absolutely fabulous.
The food and the service is impeccable. I highly recommend this place. Best sushi I've ever had.
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Read about the site in NYT and bought a reservation at Mother Wolf in LA 2 days later. Worked great and the food was amazing!!!
Got the reservation (that I couldn't get anywhere else) and was able to entertain a group of friends at the infamous Bern's Steakhouse.
Wonderful! My parents are visiting and we have wanted to go to Nobu Malibu for years. I tried getting a reservation myself but it was next to impossible. So glad I was able to buy a reservation on appointment trader for a decent price!
Was very hesitant going into this experience but am glad to say that it worked out very well ! will definitely use appointment trader in the future
I was veeeeeerry skeptical that this would work, particularly at a restaurant as hard to get into as Nobu Malibu, and it was perfect! We had lunch outside on the patio and it was fabulous!
Just wanted to take a second to shout out the reviewer team. Even though they probably review hundreds of listings and bids a day, they still take the time to leave great comments and respond relatively quickly. Thanks!
I got a reservation to Don Angie, which I've been trying to book for weeks! I am very happy with this service.
Super simple, easy, and fast to secure reservations for hard-to-get restaurants and locations!
This app has opened my world up to so many wonderful new experiences I would never have the chance to have without access to this awesome app! 10/10!
Was a little nervous at first but was pleased to see that the booking went through flawlessly.
Was able to snag an indoor table at Don Angie through an absolutely seamless worry-free process.
This is a crazy holiday season in NYC and I was very pleasantly surprised to see that AppointmentTrader works! Will be using again!
Worked so well! I was a bit nervous, but everything went very smoothly. purchased the reservation, and got into the restaurant seamlessly.
So glad I came across this app :)
I didn’t have my hopes high as it was a party of 4. In 24 hours I had a carbone reservation available! I was very happy as my family really wanted to come here
So easy and had a prime time which I can never seem to get on normal res apps. So worth it
instead of waiting weeks I got my 4 charles reservation instantly
I was skeptical, and I still don't really know how they managed to find this hard-to-find reservation, but it was a win-win from my point of view, and I'll use this service again.
Got a last minute reservation, dinner for 2 at Delilah Las Vegas: super impressed! The process was simple, transaction seamless. We had an amazing time! Couldn’t be happier! 😍
Ok at this point I've attended a reservation purchased on AT by a friend and sold a reservation personally. Both worked pretty smoothly, nothing sketchy about it. A few areas for improvement including a way to more directly communicate between buyers and sellers, but the app always seems to be in development. AT customer support is really(!) responsive and helpful too if you have questions!
As a seller, I like the fact i have the ability now to transfer money out of my AT account and into a bank account. Makes getting the money much easier then the process before.
Got to go to places otherwise unreachable
Very easy to get into one of the hardest restaurants to reserve in New York.
It can be under your name or a name you choose! Some reservation offers already include the AppointmentTrader Transfer Service which will transfer the reservation in to your name. If its not included you can add it on after buying the reservation for a small fee. One thing on that though: As many reservations become available at last minute, taking a reservation in someone else name is quick and great for privacy. Most reservations on AT are listed with a virtual phone number, so all you need to do is present the phone number at the hostess stand and you are good to go!
I was waiting on the transfer for name but it hasn’t happened yet and my reservation is tonight , will it be an issue that is hasn’t changed into my name yet
Same goes for 4 Charles and I Sodi
Agreed. Ultimately not addressing this month after month is clearly resulting in a drop in certain venue’s rankings & sales.
Thats unfortunate but you can always get your money back if they cancel the reservation.
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Click on "Take off the Market Option" in your portfolio
Your bid has been “matched” with a reservation. From the time a reservation has been located, the seller of the reservation must connect with moderator to give transfer information for reservation. If the seller;however, does NOT respond to reservation transfer, then your bid is reprocessed and returns to the first step, which is connecting your request to a reservation.
Hey @EvocativeFold67, welcome to appointmenttrader! Once the reservation is in your portfolio, you definitely own the timeslot, the review team would not have approved the trade if the reservation wasn't confirmed - so you are going :-) Judging from your post you bid today and are going tomorrow - don't worry as long as you initiated the name transfer, you are good - the transfer service has to work with the opening hours of the reservation team of the respective venue. You will likely see the transfer confirmation a couple hours before your reservation time.
Mostly from people who don't need their reservations or appointments any longer. AT has no relationship with places listed and acts as a platform connecting buyers and sellers making sure that listed reservations are real and that privacy is not compromised when transacting.
Hey @FluffyStar64, thanks for the question! When you place your bid the amount gets transferred in a deposit account, the second you either cancel your bid or a few minutes after the bid expires the funds are moved back into your main account from where you can refund it to your payment method or use for other transactions.
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