Japanese restaurant Momoya, by owner KwangHo Lee, will open a brand new location in SoHo on Wednesday, March 30.
Along with Momoya from the original Upper West Side and Chelsea locations, this new SoHo location features a 12-seat pinewood sushi and cocktail bar on the first floor and velvet-covered banquettes on the second floor, as well as window views of New York’s most historic churches.
The menu will include an array of traditional Japanese dishes, with chef Tetsuya Okuda creating special dishes out of the kitchen. There will also be an omakase sushi menu exclusively at the sushi bar.
One can have the chef’s Kaiseki tasting menu ($150), which incorporates seasonal hassun for appetizers; sashimi; Owanmono soup; takimono; Agemono, fried dish; Okuchi Naoshi; Sushi; and Mizugashi for dessert!
Japanese culture is prevalent throughout New York City, and Momoya SoHo allows guests to dine and dine in a contemporary, stylish, and artistic setting. The two-level restaurant is surrounded by windows, offering an unobstructed view of the hustle and bustle of the area where Momoya sits. Inside is a serene Japanese food scene that showcases perfect nigiri and sublime dishes highlighting the beauty of the wide range of dishes that make this cuisine so special.
Momoya is located at 47 Prince Street. To make a reservation, visit momoyanyc.com.