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$26 for $50 Worth of Upscale Japanese Cuisine at Zenkichi

Williamsburg

95% of 561 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Japanese small plates featuring homemade creamy tofu and simmered Berkshire pork belly pair with more than 50 varieties of pure-rice sake

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 31st, 2014. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Reservation required, subject to availability. Dine-in only, Valid only at Brooklyn location. Not Valid for specials or any other offers. Not valid on holidays. Not Valid 2/12-2/16/14. Alcohol is not discounted more than 50%. Merchant is solely responsible for all sales and delivery of alcohol. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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The Deal

  • $26 for $50 worth of Japanese cuisine
  • See the menu.

Zenkichi

For most Americans, Japanese food simply means sushi. Zenkichi defies this narrow definition by eschewing sushi altogether and serving contemporary, Tokyo-style small plates inspired by the homesick restaurant owner’s native city. The elaborate dishes, which feature lavish ingredients such as homemade creamy tofu, all-natural filet mignon tataki, and grilled saikyo black cod, have turned the restaurant into a New York magazine Critics' Pick and earned impressive Zagat ratings. Cooks prepare an à la carte menu that changes every three months, as well as omakase—the chef’s tasting menu—that changes every six weeks to eight weeks to incorporate the season’s freshest vegetables and seafood. Raw jewels of the day with super-fresh sashimi or a sweet duck salad with baby greens pair with more than 50 varieties of Zenkichi’s pure, all-natural rice sake.

To actually get into the restaurant, guests must seek out an unmarked, nearly invisible door in a massive, wood-paneled building. Inside, lantern-lit corridors forested with bamboo and lined with flagstone pathways lead to booths with adjustable shades that can unroll to conceal diners as they gaze at each other romantically or prove that they do in fact have two belly buttons. A buzzer summons the waiter whenever guests want more sake or innovative desserts such as a grapefruit agar gelee made with Japanese seaweed or a frozen, chocolate-based black-sesame mousse.


Tips

95% of 561 customers recommend

  • “Excellent service and very good food”

  • “Great for trying a ton of new exotic dishes! ”

  • “Service and food were both absolutely top-notch -- and the decor was super cool! Great place to take people you want to impress. Drinks are limited to pretty much...”

    “Service and food were both absolutely top-notch -- and the decor was super cool! Great place to take people you want to impress. Drinks are limited to pretty much sake and beer though, so be prepared for that.”

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    Williamsburg

    77 North 6th Street

    New York, NY 11211

    +17183888985

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