Mon - Fri: 11:45AM - 2:45PM
"Serious", "old-school sushi" is the lure at these "long-established" Midtown Japanese twins where the "artful presentation" begins with "aim-to-please" service; "bland decor" that "needs refreshing" seems at odds with the rather "pricey" tabs, but you don't last this long without doing something right.
Hatsuhana is located in Manhattan and serves Japanese, Vegetarian, Asian, Sushi, and Catering cuisine. Hatsuhana accepts advance reservations, serves alcohol, and can accommodate large groups. Hatsuhana offers delivery and offers takeout. With seasonality and weather permitting, Hatsuhana offers outdoor seating.Click to see map »
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