We were at the Haru for a family outing. With no reservation but we were able to get a table after few minutes waiting. Very good sushi e good service.
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We have dined in at Haru as well as ordered for delivery over 100 times. Sushi, sashimi, hand rolls -- everything is great -- fresh, nice preparation, nice service.
Not just Japanese but also many, what I suppose would be called 'pan asian' dishes which suits me as my wife is more wild about sushi than me! Excellent duck spring rolls, amazing lobster taco's and garlic shrimp. It was cheap too. I will return!
We returned to Haru after about two year absence. The place had been remodeled and had a new (not bad) ambience. WE go for the sushi and sashimi and we were not disappointed. We ordered the sashimi and the sushi/sashimi platter and were not disappointed....More
Came here often but it seems that is is no longer top end sushi. Relaxed conversation is difficult and the lighting and atmosphere had changed. Food is a little above average but it used to be top notch. Still worth a visit though.
Nice Japan's restaurant with very friendly people and service. We shared several appetizers, came sequentially which was good. Main course were very good for all four of us.
Haru has been a decent sushi joint for many years but recently has become a bit inconsistent. The quality of the sushi has gone down a bit and some of the dishes have been served half frozen. I think they just need to tighten up...More
We wanted to try somewhere new. The food is good, no doubt about that. No special drink deals. Beer and wine are relatively expensive. Food is also relatively expensive. We know equivalent sushi restaurants on Manhattan and also on Broadway in Astoria gives much more...More