Wednesday, January 21, 2009


Rosanjin is an oasis of calm in NYC. While they're best known for "Keiseki" meals (a multi-course style of dining made famous in Kyoto, which requires advance reservations), they also urge customers to drop in for al a carte meals. The menu is still authentic and beautifully presented, but they even welcome children with a special meal. Selections include: savory Japanese puddings, traditional sashimi and Wagyu beef.

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