Kyo Ya

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This small Japanese spot focuses on kaiseki, the elaborate cuisine traditionally served during a Japanese tea ceremony. For upwards of $100, diners can get the complete kaiseki tea ceremony experience. But if you’re not quite ready to fork over a Benjamin, you can sample delicacies a la carte—like monkfish liver, bozushi (a pressed, flattened sushi) and sea urchin served on tofu skin.

94 E. 7th St.
Manhattan, NY 10009
  (212) 982-4140
  Hours: Mon.–Sat., 5:30–11:30pm; Sun., 5:30–10:30pm


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