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  • mrnyc Jan 15, 2012 05:58 PM
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any recs on where to get a japanese style breakfast? kitano hotel? thx

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  1. Asiate at the Mandarin Oriental.
    http://www.mandarinoriental.com/newyo...

    Fives at the Peninsula.
    http://www.peninsula.com/New_York/en/...

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    Asiate
    80 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10023

    Fives
    700 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10019

    1. Possibly look into En Japanese Brasserie. I believe they have a couple of traditional Japanese breakfast items / sets on their menu.

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      En Japanese Brasserie
      435 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10014

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      1. re: Cheeryvisage

        they do indeed for their weekend brunch thx.

        still no sign of natto or natto packets. or a raw egg. hoping you just have to ask and all of these upscale places will have it(?)

        1. re: mrnyc

          Oh, but they do have natto. :)

          It's listed on their brunch menu and they serve it with a raw quail egg. It's listed under the Brunch Sides. See my photos of our breakfast at EN here: http://flic.kr/s/aHsjwmfoGo

          1. re: Cheeryvisage

            5 bucks for natto seems absurd. Only in manhattan.

        2. re: Cheeryvisage

          I had dinner at En tonite, and saw the brunch menu it seems good

        3. The Garden @ Four Seasons Hotel New York
          http://blog.naver.com/kosmose7/901282...

          Fives @ Peninsula New York
          http://blog.naver.com/kosmose7/900887...

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          The Garden
          57 E. 57th St., New York, NY 10022

          Fives
          700 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10019

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          1. re: kosmose7

            Wow.. thank you for posting these. Do you remember how much the breakfast cost? Are they in the $40's per person? It's interesting that all the upscale hotels have similar Japanese Breakfast menu items and they all have Chinese Breakfast Menus too. I suppose they are popular with Asian travelers.

            1. re: bearmi

              My pleasure!
              And I'm sorry I don't remember the prices. :)

              > It's interesting that all the upscale hotels have similar
              > Japanese Breakfast menu items and they all have Chinese Breakfast Menus too.
              Yes, and I am said there's no Korean breakfast, har...
              Attached are photos of Chinese breakfast @ Asiate, Mandarin Oriental, for your reference.

               
               
              1. re: kosmose7

                excellent work here thx!

                question: as i kind of expected at these upscale hotel restaurants i am not seeing the natto. do you know if they have it? i suppose if they do you would have to ask for it. thx again.

                1. re: kosmose7

                  Thank you!! Yeah I hope they would serve Korean breakfast too!! I want to try it one day!!! Hopefully with the strong Korean economy, there will be more Korean travelers to the US and these hotels will start serving them. Although I am Chinese, I think the Japanese breakfast from the Four Seasons has the most substantial food and looks the best. I should try it one day.

                  1. re: bearmi

                    All over Asia, it seems breakfasts at the hotels have Chinese and Japanese breakfasts

                    1. re: foodwhisperer

                      Sounds good to me. I travel within the US mostly, I wish they serve Chinese breakfast in Iowa, Minneapolis , and upstate NY :)

            2. Lower end, Panya.

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              Panya
              8 Stuyvesant St, New York, NY 10003

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              1. re: penthouse pup

                how did i forget PANYA lol? ive even had it there its good.

                makes me wonder if the mini japanese groceries serve it as well? worth exploring that option.

                1. re: penthouse pup

                  Yes, I really enjoy Panya's Japanese Breakfast

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                  Panya
                  8 Stuyvesant St, New York, NY 10003