First, check out the Ride & Review video of this joint!
Okay, now on to the written.
I heard about this place through a food friend, and it sounded enticing. I love tofu skin, for some weird reason, and this Korean style omakase features a majority of the pieces served upon fried tofu pockets called yubu tarts.
$75 gets you 13 high-quality pieces. See them all below, with my highlights for favorites.
Cacio e pepe.
Citrus cured bass.
Squid was swapped out for my wife, since she can’t do scallops.
Smoked duck breast pastrami – a top piece.
Shrimp – a top piece.
Ponzu salmon, everything spice with horseradish – my favorite.
Poached lobster – a top piece.
Beef tartare – a top piece.
Pork belly “ssamjang” – a top piece.
Tuna tataki hand roll – a top piece.
Crispy chicken on a stick.
Sea salt + earl grey tea ice cream.
I would definitely do this omakase again. It was good!
Olly Olly Market
601 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001