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Address: 226 W. 50th St. (bet. B'way & 8th Aves.)
Natsumi Breaks New Ground with Innovative Modern Japanese Cuisine. Barbara Matsumura and Chef Haru Konagaya, formerly of Haru restaurants, have teamed up again to create a strikingly original new destination. Two separate experiences in two adjacent sites, a restaurant and bar/lounge are now open in the theater district:
Natsumi Restaurant specializing in Japanese-Italian fusion cuisine; the innovative menu relies on simple preparations with dynamic flavors. The wine list is international, with white, red and sparkling wines and champagne by the glass and bottle. Natsumi Restaurant is located at 226 West 50th Street in the heart of the Theatre District.
The restaurant is divided into distinct dining areas, a cozy space with intimate booths, a sushi bar where diners can watch the chefs compose, and in the front, the windows open to the street. The whole room is infused with a warm, golden glow and earth tones derived from the use of slate, stone, and light-colored wood.
Adjacent to the restaurant, Natsumi Bar and Lounge is a Tokyo-chic space framed by gold leaf arch with a backlit waterfall where guests can enjoy cocktails, wine and sake in the cozy lounge area, a small bite at the sushi bar, or a multi-course meal.
In addition to a list of 20 sakes (categorized by flavor - smooth and elegant; floral and pleasant, well and round, rich and dry), plum wine and hot sake), there are also house-infused refreshing fruit flavored sakes in flavors including blueberry, pear, lychee and plum.
Natsumi Bar and Lounge comprised of a sushi bar, cocktails, wine and sake in a chic and cozy lounge area.
In 1985, Ms. Matsumura opened her first restaurant, the upscale restaurant Kaname in New Jersey, and within the same year, she opened a second location. Since then, she has opened a total of 15 restaurants including the original Joe’s Shanghai in Flushing, Tomo near Columbia University, seven Haru locations, three Daruma locations, and now, Natsumi. In 1996, she and Chef Haru opened the first Haru on the Upper West Side with Arthur Cutler, one of the original owners of Carmine’s.
Chef Haru gives an extra zing of flavor to traditional hot entrees such as broiled Chilean sea bass glazed with yuzu miso sauce served with tender bok choy; grilled filet mignon with shitake peppercorn sauce, and grilled steak teriyaki, flavorful strip steak in a lightly sweet and savory soy-based sauce. Seafood Toban Yaki is a popular entrée, with generous portions of lobster with fish and scallops in a warm savory sauce of garlic, sesame, and soy.
Natsumi Restaurant and Natsumi Bar and Lounge are strikingly original and should be your new destination for your private party. Featuring Japanese-Italian fusion cuisine, the menu combines flavors in ways that NYC has not seen before.