This carnivorous delight is a stone’s throw from City Hall and sports a smart appearance with black beams and glass walls. However, rest assured that this isn't your typical creamed spinach kind of spot. Instead, you’ll find a refreshingly inventive menu scattered with Asian influences—ranging from hamachi shots, Sichuan steak rubs and wasabi-studded béarnaise. Whether you opt for the dry-aged tataki featuring lightly seared NY strip massaged with wasabi and tossed with scallions, or perfectly charred Kobe, quality is king in this kitchen. If Wagyu is what you want (and really, who doesn’t? ) order the seven-course tasting menu.
Also of note is the bar, which maintains a remarkable collection of wine, whiskey and Bourbon for enjoyably endless sipping.- Les inspecteurs du guide MICHELIN