Wednesday, July 27, 2011

HaChi Restaurant Opens Tonight

(with Food & Event Blogger Thei)

The official launch party was held last night for HaChi Restaurant in the Lower East Side to kick of tonight’s opening for dinner.  This bi-level sushi den, featuring white lounge couches sprawled in the center of the space, streamed with dark blue lighting along the ceilings, is sure to give Japanese cuisine a sexy spin.  Tables line the walls to enjoy your meal in an intimate setting.  Hanging blue and purple lights illuminate the bar, separated from the main dining area by a pink and green floral painted glass wall.  Upstairs you’ll find more wooden tables to enjoy your Asian-fusion dinner, as you over look the crowd mingling on the main floor.
The menu features an array of interesting sushi rolls and dishes, combining fresh fish with nontraditional ingredients, including strawberry puree, mango salsa, and sundried tomato.  Lovers of the sea should start with the Seafood Ceviche (shrimp, clam, squid, white fish, mango, red onion, pepper, cilantro, cherry tomato, and yuzu lemon).  The Duck Breast Salad (baby arugala, shaved baby carrots, velvet peaches, crispy beets, prune reduction vinaigrette) features delicate, tender duck.  Toro Tartar (wasabi dashi soy and caviar) is available for those with a taste for luxury.  Although not on the menu, ask for a tuna or salmon hand roll, made with spicy mayonnaise, perfectly steamed rice, folded in a crispy wrap.
HaChi is dimly lit, perfect for a dinner date with your new crush, or to meet sexy strangers by the bar with your entourage late-night.  To make reservations at this new LES hot spot and to check out the full menu, visit their website.
HaChi.  185 Orchard Street.


(Photos via Guest of a Guest by Sunny Norton)

1 comment:

  1. What a unique menu! It all sounds & looks so delish!!

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