When it comes to dining, taste is usually the most important factor. But the kaiseki meal, the multi-course procession of dishes aimed to capture all tastes and geographic regions in Japan, especially focuses on artistic presentation and unique serving dishes. Brushstroke, which I reviewed this week, is one of the few places in New York where you can have a full kaiseki-style meal. And, as the name might suggest, the plates are artfully crafted. Take a peek for yourself.
Note that this specific kaiseki meal was from the May menu, and the June menu differs slightly.
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