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Megu

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78% say Yum
18 people voted
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62 Thomas St
New York, NY 10013 (Map & Directions)
Phone: (212) 964-7777
YUM
78% say Yum
18 people voted
Cuisine: Japanese, Sushi
Neighborhood: TriBeCa
Website: www.megunyc.com/

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Hours: Mon-Wed: 5:30pm-11pm, Thu-Sat: 5:30pm-midnight, Sun: 5:30pm-11pm

Delivery
No

Payment
Credit Cards Accepted

Attire
Business casual

Alcohol
Yes - full bar

Price Point
$$$$ $ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)

WiFi
No

Parking
Yes

Good for Kids

Reservations
Yes Make Reservation

Outdoor Seats
Yes

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Reviews of Megu

review_stars 07/17/2008 -
Megu is a very different place to dine; the atmospehere is very unique and rich. However the menu is far too long and the waitor made it seem like a long project just to order the "right things". If everyone in your party simply wanted an entree you will not eat at the same time for some the reason that the dishes are large and they will not fit. Well then get bigger tables. Altough the prices are high and portions are no where near family style like advertised the food is well worth the money. I found each entree to have unique flavors unlike a typical dish of that type of cusine. There are many pros and cons in this one but I would go back. My advice is make sur eyour pockets are full when you get there becuase things add up very quickly.

review_stars 02/22/2008 - kim
I've been a New Yorker for 13 years now, and if there's one thing that I have learned in my experiences in the city is that you can spend a lot of money here - or you can know where to go. Everything about this restaurant is what NY is. Nobody has enough money in NY, but we all want to live a big life. So you can either scrimp and save for weeks and spend it on a purse or a nice meal, or you can get to know a guy who does purses and figure out how to eat great. MEGU is eating great. The restaurant says, "yes, hello, this is going to be spectacular." It was. I'm an interior decorator and what we learned in master classes about warm decor is all put to practical use here. Everything is inviting. There is no chrome or steel like in most high end dining I've been to recently. Save one exception: the water pitchers. I know, because I saw a lot of them. My glass was constantly refilled. The food said, "yes, hello, eat me". So I did. And one after another dishes came and left. We ate and while we ate: we drank a wonderful bottle of sake that did exactly what the server said that it would do: it enhanced the flavor of the food, without detracting from it. I've eaten at the finest sushi est. throughout NY and So. Beach, as well as Japan. But never, have I ever experienced such quality as I did with the sushi that we ordered. We did as recommended and ate the food from the simple to complex and reached umami as described on the menu: then the sushi. The difference in the taste of the sushi matched the difference in taste of the wasabi, which was actual wasabi root from Japan, grated at the table on shark's skin. I've done some searches for other places that have this wasabi: only at MEGU (and apparently in Japan...of course) Lastly, the music: was the perfect setting for the restaurant. It wasn't loud or invasive, just there when the conversation lulled - which was nice, considering the fact that my husband can't hold a conversation for more than 19 seconds. Well done MEGU.

review_stars 12/09/2007 - is
My husband made reservations at Megu NYC for my birthday and it was the worst experience imaginable. First, it took him 3 days to make reservations for our table (18 people), as his information was passed from person to persom over the phone and no one would call him back for days. Second, while at the restaurant the orders were screwd up terribly and people were missing their meals. And third, which was the WORST of all, is that the bill was screwed up so badly that it took the staff 1 hour and 10 min to sort it out, and we never made it to our second destination and we paid the limo driver 1 hour and a half over because he was waiting for us for so long by the restaurant!! We were extremely unsatisfied, people were frusterated and while it's somewhat undesrtandable that an order can be occasionally messed up due to a large party, A RESTAURANT OF SUCH "HIGH CLASS" with SUCH HIGH PRICES was so unprofessional and so disorganized that we would never recommend it to anyone. On top of that, when we tried to reach a manager the next day, once again our info was taken but no one ever called us back.

review_stars 11/20/2006 - MenuPix User
2 words: Kobe Beef.

review_stars 09/12/2006 - MenuPix User
Excellent NYC sushi. Maybe the best - beat's Nobu hands down. The restaurant is absolutely beautiful. Good chance you'll see a celebrity too. The meal will be expensive, so be prepared, but if you are a sushi fan you MUST try Megu at least once.

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