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.
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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