Saturday, 28 May 2011

EN Japanese in NYC

I've just had a wonderful evening at EN Japanese Brasserie in Manhattan's West Willage. Excelent food served in an enviroment combining a trendy NYC feeling with modern Tokyo aesthetics, flowering branches arranged in large vases and authentic Japanese antique panels. I'm posting some photos for your inspiration.

We had their Soyo Kaze menu with Kyoto-style appetizers, Saikyo Miso Grilled Black Cod, freshly scooped chilled tofu, and other goodies. Try it if you have the opportunity.

Photos: Svein G. Josefsen

1 comment:

Sana Ullah said...

The exhibitions of traditional Japanese flowers, known as Ikebana, are held across the globe. The arrangement of artifical flowers is definitely a feast to eyes. The designing matters a lot in making the Ikebana flowers more attractive. It is a disciplined form of art, in which nature and uniqueness are brought together.

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