Reservations required for the twice-nightly omakase seatings. Die-hard sushi lovers with a passion for hard-to-find seafood won’t mind the eye-popping prices or the austere environment.
Creativity is fueled by serious coffee here, including a robust 16-hour cold brew. It's perfect for pairing with their selection of Rosen's bagels. Japanese-style toast anchors most of the food offerings, whether as the main event or a side. The toast forms the foundation to everything from grilled vegetables (yasai) to egg spread (nori tama).
Most days, Uroko functions as a counter-service Temaki (hand roll) bar, but on Friday and Saturday nights the restaurant switches over to a reservation-only, 45 minute Omakase style sushi dinner. Thursdays night, take a hands-on sushi rolling class with chefs Masazumi Saio and Takehiro Asazu.
This restaurant serves hand-pulled noodles the size you want it, from the chewier pappardelle to the softer vermicelli. Available in both dry and soup versions.
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