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Rule of Thirds

  • 171 Banker St., New York, 11222, United States
  • 22 - 60 USD • Japanese, Japanese Contemporary
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MICHELIN Guide United States

Rule of Thirds

  • 171 Banker St., New York, 11222, United States
  • 22 - 60 USD • Japanese, Japanese Contemporary
MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View

The team behind Sunday in Brooklyn strikes gold again, this time with Japanese-leaning cuisine. And although it is flanked by warehouses, the interior design of this hip, 85-seat restaurant features a neat, sleek, Scandinavian aesthetic.

A meal here is delightfully untethered by tradition, so much so that even sake is brought into focus. The simple, shareable plates are most cherished and include vegan items, like house-made chilled silken tofu with soy milk, okra, ginger, and black garlic. Offered with soy dashi and wasabi, tomatoes lend a pop of color and sweetness to this custardy dish. Pescatarains revel in the fresh tuna and nori ensemble accompanied by palate-cleansing cucumber; while karaage and tsukune have fiends of the fowl clucking for more.

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Facilities & Services

  • T Air conditioning
  • Booking essential
  • Credit card / Debit card accepted
  • E Non-smoking restaurant
  • 1 Notable sake list
  • r Outside dining available
  • { Private dining room
  • Take away
  • a Wheelchair access

Information

+1 347-334-6684
Opening hours
Closed: lunch: Monday-Thursday

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