Subtlety, delicacy and creativity: these are the hallmarks of Tonchin, a New York restaurant that elegantly reinvents the fundamentals of Japanese cuisine in the spirit of an izakaya (which is to Japan what a bistro or wine bar is to France, a pub to England or a tapas bar to Spain). Founded only a few months ago by members of the famous Sugeno restaurant family, the establishment is already a hit with New York foodies who rush over to taste their famous homemade ramen as prepared in Tokyo.
On the menu, the clever mix of fresh products and ingredients is served with the house selection of sake and cocktails. Nestled on dark benches between the room's four indigo walls, you will be transported to Asia for the time of your meal. With a subdued atmosphere and just a few candles, prepare to engage in an exceptional tasty journey.
13 West 36th Street
New York 10018
Tel : +1 646 692 9912
Menu : around 20 USD