Kyo ya tries to fly under the radar: no sign out front, subterranean entryway, and no website. But when you get a Michelin star rating three years in a row, people find out about you. This week, the New York Times gave Kyo Ya three stars.
Chef Chikara Sono is the master behind Kyo ya’s multi-course kaiseki meal, the traditional Japanese tasting menu. Here is a slide show of the the food at Kyo Ya and Sono’s favorite places to eat Japanese food in New York.
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