Ninja, a surprising Japanese restaurant in New York!

New York is a city with many facets, and Ninja is one of them. It’s not just a restaurant, but a Japanese town! I will not tell you everything so you can live the experience to its fullest.

How is the restaurant?

Ninja is a unique restaurant. An elevator will take you to a real hidden Japanese town. A ninja will guide you to your table. Follow him carefully, because this restaurant is a maze!

The tables are in small corners of the restaurant.

And in basements like in our case.

It may sound strange to you, but go to the bathroom, I think they are the most original of New York City.

What to eat at Ninja?

Being a Japanese restaurant, Ninja prepare dishes with fish, meat, soups, salads and especially sushi.

We tried several recipes, all delicious. Order a dish with a ninja star on the menu!

It means that it comes with a special presentation. The waiter will perform a small show and the plate will be decorated with a “magic potion”.

The Dragon Roll is one of them.

As for drinks, you could share a beer like the one in the photo.

How much does eating there cost?

Prices may seem quite high, like the Set starting at $ 49. However, they have at least 3 courses and are very well served.
The sushi plastes cost from $10 up to $33. The portions are large enough so you can share.

“A la carte” menuCourse menu

Where is the restaurant?

Ninja is in the South of Manhattan, in TriBeCa, very close to Chambers St station (1, 2, 3, A and C trains).
Address: 25 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10013
Website: www.ninjanewyork.com
Telephone number: 001-212-274-8500 (reservation required).

Conclusion

I had loved the atmosphere of Sakagura, near Grand Central. But I must admit that Ninja is even more incredible. I love both of them, thanks to their decoration and food. It’s a complete tie for me!

Memo

My fist trip to New York was in 2007 when I was working for an airline company. I was born in the US, I lived in Mexico, in Europe in between Belgium, Spain and France… Well, let’s say I know about travelling! I bring my experience of NYC to the blog, to provide the best travel tips you could imagine!

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