Chef Sylva Senat brings an international flair to traditional Japanese omakase; menu includes sashimi, fried rice, and kobe-beef satay
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
$25 for $40 worth of new American cuisine for two
$89 for an omakase dining experience for four ($138 value)
- Two sushi rolls (up to $16 value each)
- Two shared plates (up to $24 value each)
- Two starters (up to $14 value each)
- Two rice or noodle dishes (up to $15 value each)
- See the menu.
The Fine Print
About Ippin Mono Kitchen
The creative spark in the New American Asian cuisine at Ippin Mono Kitchen is down to one man: Chef Sylva Senat. Trained at New York City restaurants like Aquavit and Buddakan, the French-speaking Haitian native brings an upscale, international sensibility to the restaurant's menu of sushi, noodles, and fusion dishes. Citrus panko adds extra bite to a shared plate of beef short ribs, while fresh oysters from the raw bar pair with the delicate flavors of champagne-yuzu mignonette sauce.