- Ralph Malph reviewed 3 years ago
I stayed in the neighborhood for a week and Satskos became my “last stop” every evening. Each time I stopped in, I told myself that I would have one short sake and leave. Each time, I became involved in fascinating conversations and stayed quite a while.
The food is wonderful (especially the seared tuna), the staff friendly and professional and the atmosphere very comfortable. I found their site http://www.satsko.com/
- Timothy Sullivan reviewed 5 months ago
Kokage is very close to grand central station and down stairs from the famous Kajitsu restaurant. They have a beautiful bar in the back of the room (imported from Kyoto!) with a beautiful display of sakes that you can order at the temperature of your choosing! This is a great place to visit and enjoy for an upscale Japanese experience. Lunch is also available which is fantastic. Soba is a specialty here, but other delicious food is available, too! Highly recommended.
This outstanding restaurant has the distinction of holding the largest sake list in the USA. While it can be overwhelming, the staff is super friendly and more than ready to help you find the perfect sake for you. I always have a very good time at Sakagura.