- Name: Kaijou Japanese Cuisine & Bar
- Address: 21 South End Avenue, New York, NY 10280
- Website: www.kaijounewyork.com/
- Reviewer: Andrew Rivkin
I recently had lunch at Kaijou Japanese Cuisine and Bar while in New York City. Boasting to be a restaurant that is dedicated to the art of modern Japenese cuisine, fusing old world classics with new world ideas, I was exited to dine here. Unfortunately, the view from my table was about the nicest part of my experience. The food may have been pretty, but spotty service and lack of attention to detail took away from the rather ordinary Japanese cuisine I ate.
Conclusion: Not overly impressed; I gave Kaijou Japanese Cuisine and Bar 1.5 stars.
Yours Truly, Andrew Rivkin.
From Kaijou Cuisine and Bar:
With so many themed restaurants competing for your patronage, it is quite difficult to decide whether one is good or not. Instead, Kaijou concentrates on food preparation and lets its delicious “works of art” be the theme. There are no gimmicks to entice you to come to the restaurant, but just give Kaijou one try and you’ll be instantly hooked!