Takachi Tribeca is a specialty sushi restaurant with unique maki rolls and other simple favorites. The dining room features a simple black-and-white motif with small trees and a sit down sushi bar. Despite being in the same neighborhood as world-famous Japanese restaurants such as Nobu and Zutto Japanese American pub, Takachi Tribeca stands out as one of Downtown’s best.


Located on Duane Street, just a one-minute walk from the hotel, this is one of our favorite restaurants in Tribeca. Our block, between Church Street and West Broadway, is within walking distance of popular New York City attractions like the Freedom Tower and South Street Seaport. Guests can also follow up their meals at Takachi Tribeca with a stroll to Soho or Battery Park.

What To Try

To begin your meal at Takachi Tribeca, try out one of the dynamic, Japanese-inspired salads. We are a fan of the soba salad, which comes with buckwheat noodles, shiitake, avocado, daikon and hironori with a sesame dressing. Takachi also serves a number of appetizers including yin-yen nasu, which is a grilled eggplant served with two kinds of miso sauce.

Moving towards a main course, you can take the route of ordering a special style big maki, or one of many entrees. On the sushi side of things, we suggest trying the anaconda roll, which consists of shrimp tempura and avocado garnished with a broiled eel. In the realm of entrees, give the gindara saikyo-yaki a go with grilled black cod marinated in white miso sauce.