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Jan 18, 2012 02:20 PM

Great Chow in the Wall Street Area

We're coming to New York for a visit on Sunday and are looking for dinner in the Wall Street area Sunday evening. We're interested in your best recommondations. Louie

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  1. There really isn't anything great in that area on a Sunday night. Maybe Suteishi...

    24 Peck Slip, New York, NY 10038

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    1. re: Cheeryvisage

      I was on my way to Il Brigante, which I frequent lately for Italian food. I passed Suteishi , and I scoped it out a bit. It got an A from the health dept, always a good sign. The menu seemed interesting. The 4 sushi chefs didn't look Japanese, so I was skeptical. I think they had a Zagat rating of 25 or 26, so I was surprised I hadn't heard of this place.
      So my question to Cheeryvisage is, how is this place? and what is the best food to order there?

      1. re: foodwhisperer

        I've eaten there twice quite a long time ago back when I lived in the Financial District. My memories are a bit fuzzy, apologies. I don't think we even ordered the traditional nigiri pieces and instead went the fusion-y roll route. I remember their Angelfish roll being amazingly delicious. We liked it so much that we got a second order. Unfortunately, I can't tell you how good their more traditional items are.

    2. I would agree with Cheeryvisage, but consider Wall & Water: It is very, very good with a great decor and ambiance (though, might be a bit quiet on Sunday night).

      The general area, especially Stone Street (the street, not just the eponymously named restaurant) & Front Street have some very busy, interesting offerings which are extremely varied (e.g. Swedish, New Zealand (ish?), Italian, Steak, and, of course, Irish). If you wish to venture farther, the 'hounds can probably give you lots of other suggestions.

      Wall & Water
      75 Wall St, New York, NY 10005

      1. The best restaurant in that area is SHO Shaun Hergatt

        SHO Shaun Hergatt
        40 Broad St, New York, NY 10004

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        1. re: fooder

          Which is not open on Sunday, unfortunately.

        2. The Bridge Cafe is both historical and delicious - a true "semi hidden gem."

          1. Steakhouse-wise there's Bobby Van's and Mark Joseph Steakhouse, not sure if they're open Sunday though