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Chef Robuchon praised Masa in New York City for an “incredible dinner,” which was personally prepared for him by chef Masayoshi Takayama. The three Michelin-starred restaurant applies the Japanese concept of "shibui" (渋い, “shee-bu-wee”), an aesthetic that anchors on minimalism. Simple interiors backdrop your omakase (お任せ, “I'll leave it up to you,” courses made of dishes chosen by the chef), allowing each element on your plate to shine. A meal here comes with a price tag of USD595, so prepare to break the bank!
A good place to enjoy Japanese food with it's various choices from classic ramen to donburis and sushis.
Personally recommend the Hanger Steak which is super good. Be sure to have some rice ready as it may be a little salty if you're going to have just that.
Ooma has always been my go-to restaurant if I want to eat Japanese fusion dishes! Their menu is always delectable although it’s a bit on the pricier side. My faves from Ooma are the Hanger Steak and Crowd Favorites! In the Greenbelt branch, the service was slow but the staff were extremely accommodating!