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Tue 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Wed 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Thu 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Fri 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Sat 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Sun closed
94 E 7th St
New York, NY10009
Call: 212.982.4140
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Reviews & Posts

Chef Matthew Rudofker reviews Ebi shinjo at
"These fried shrimp balls are served in a thickened broth with seasonal vegetables. It's a great example of the clean and focused food of Kaiseki cuisine. "
Chef Matt Rojas reviews Yuba & uni at
"Kyo Ya serves up fantastic sea urchin on tofu skin in a crystal-clear sauce. I love the presentation of the food and knife skills here. Chef Chikara Sono is a collector of many little ceramic plates and decorations to serve his delicious small dishes in. Dinner at Kyo Ya is always an exciting meal."
Chef Abe Hiroki reviews Saba bozushi at
"Sono-san creates a perfect balance between the oiliness of the saba and the vinegar marinade that cuts it. The pressed rice is not something you see at many Japanese restaurants here in NYC. The number of bozushi is limited and the fish accompaniments change daily, so make sure you order it in the beginning of your meal."
Chef Koji Kagawa reviews Chawanmushi at
"My go-to for traditional Japanese custard... The meat and veggie components change according to the season. "
Chef Shaun Hergatt reviews Sweet potato tempura at
"Well, this is a delicious meal—so fresh, with clean flavors—and exemplifies the purity of authentic Japanese cuisine. An outstanding experience!"
Chef Shaun Hergatt reviews Botan ebi and uni  at
"Kyo-Ya is not only famous for its sweet potato tempura... The botan ebi and uni blew my socks off! I want to give the chef the nickname "Dr. Umami"... Only respect for his excellent talent."
Chef Shaun Hergatt reviews Cold plum soba at
"The best I've eaten in NYC and arguably one of the best in the U.S. Its perfect texture and flavor profiles will make you want more even after your full! Thank you, Sono San."

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