EN doesn’t pander to the spicy tuna-loving set, but effectively pays homage to highly seasonal Japanese cooking. In such simple and delicate food, flawless execution is a must so don’t hesitate to ask for a recommendation. Also on offer are three, exceptionally priced kaiseki menus. The informed staff is happy to offer their opinion on items ranging from lobster ishiyaki bathed in bubbling white miso butter and mochi croquette filled with Hudson Valley duck and mashed potato to crunchy vegetable tempura. House-made tofu with a milky, nutty flavor, is served in a wooden box and can be cold or warm, depending on the guest's preference. Lofty ceilings, large windows, and a glass wall lined with shelves of sake attract a fashionable crowd.
- Les inspecteurs du guide MICHELIN