Kissaki reopens its doors in the Bowery

September 30, 2020, 7:14.16 pm ET  

Indoor dining returns to Kissaki in the Bowery at a limited capacity. Two Omakase experiences are being offered; a seasonal 16-course and 13-course service.

Kissaki in Japanese means "tip of the blade," and at this Lower East Side sushi spot, the chefs take their knives seriously.  Located in a former opera house, Kissaki is a project by eclectic Sushi Chef Mark Garcia that honors the art of the knife.

 
Photos: Kissaki                                                                                                          

All of the fish is driven by seasonality and include such things as Bluefin Chutoro with caviar, yuzu zest and plum soy, Buri with soy and pepper butter, flame-broiled Kinmedai with soy and honey crisp oroshi and Shima-aji with garlic, ginger and chive oroshi with plum soy. 

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