Tue - Sun: 5:30PM - 10PM
This wood-lined, "Zen"-like Japanese vegetarian in Murray Hill is a "hushed" oasis for ancient Buddhist shojin cuisine, served kaiseki-style at dinner by a "phenomenal" staff (and priced "as if it were Harry Winston jewels"); the more casual first-floor adjunct goes by the name Kokage, and offers non-vegetarian, à la carte dishes for lunch and dinner.
Kajitsu is located in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan and serves Japanese, Vegetarian, Sushi, and Vegan cuisine. Kajitsu accepts advance reservations, serves alcohol, and can accommodate large groups. Kajitsu does not offer delivery and offers takeout.Click to see map »
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