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Megu Tribeca, NYC


Megu Tribeca is a chic modern Japanese restaurant downtown. The decor is inventive, there is a lit wall of sake bottles and an ice sculptured Buddha carved daily. And, as a treat, the chef sometimes sends over complimentary amuse bouche to start.

Our choices:

We made sure we picked a variety from the various japanese cooking styles offered on the menu – raw, grilled and fried.

Row 1: Fruity cocktail, complimentary amuse bouche, salad wrapped in yuba.
Row 2: Salmon tartare, Crispy shrimp and Crispy asparagus.
Row 3: Charcoal grilled foie gras teriyaki skewer, Kobe beef sirloin steak and ice cream.


Must Order: Crispy “Okaki” Asparagus

Verdict: The plates are small and pricey. For a point of view of Megu’s price point, a bowl of white rice is $5 while other places charge $2. If you live in New York, there are so many alternatives for the same type of cuisine for less. It’s worth a try or another visit with out of town guests. Otherwise, go somewhere else.
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