- $25 for $35 worth of Japanese cuisine
- See the menu.
Sakura Garden's menu and atmosphere both serve as windows to faraway lands. Guests gaze in wonder at the many sights, from the panoramic view of the New York skyline to the elegant rolls prepared before their eyes by a pair of sushi chefs. Each roll showcases an aesthetic and flavorful balance, such as the house-named Big Mac Roll, a combination of spicy tuna, tobiko, avocado, and snow crab folded inside a soy bean wrap and topped with eel, and spicy mayonnaise sauce.
The views from the restaurant's 100 or so hibachi dining seats are quite different. The decor showcases sights such as etching glass of New York City, but it's unlikely guests will pay too much attention to that. Instead, the chef making a show of preparing food right at the table tends to occupy attention as he summons gouts of flame and dices veggies and meat with blinding speed. They prepare staple dishes found at every hibachi grill, such as filet mignon and shrimp, but also a few more delicate specialties, such as fresh tuna or red snapper.