Yet another closed restaurant in Mount Kisco - been gone a couple of years at least. Now a wonderful gourmet meat and general Italian market named Siegel.
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Enjoyed a few appetizers and drinks, followed by a dinner that was shared. The food was very good, the service as well. I like the selection on the menu and recommend the tuna pizza!!!
I live in the northern Westchester community, and for as long as I have been coming to Okinawa's -- whether flying solo, a business brunch, for date night or with my family in tow -- the experience has always been reliable. Service can be "spotty"...More
Our visit today to Okinawa was a catastrophe, sadly. Especially so since I recall a wonderful, exceptional luncheon a few years ago at this restaurant. So, for whatever it might be worth, read on. If this is a favored restaurant. I hope that your future...More
I had an expired Groupon and called in a take out order which I planned on using the amount paid for the Groupon to pay for the meal. No amount of pleading would convince the manager that when one is only getting back what one...More
I enjoy taking the kids here they put on a good show while cooking. The dishes are the usual, I like the shrimp, they certainly give you enough. A bit pricey but they have a reasonable child's menu. Jeremy T
Service was terribly slow and the food was generally overcooked. The atmosphere is rather seedy. Note, please, that this restaurant is not affiliated with the Okinawa in Ossining. The food and service in the Ossining facility is superior.
I booked my daughters birthday and the manager quoted me a price. I called twice and double checked. When it was time to pay the bill it was double what was discussed. There was no one to talk to but a bunch of clueless waiters....More
We love hibachi and usually go to lucky Buddha in Pleasantville which is delicious! But we decided to try okinawa's again - it was terrible. The manager was so cranky and he made us very uncomfortable. The servers and cook were ok and food was...More