Frieze New York

Randall’s Island Park

May 2-5, 2019


78 Leonard St
NY 10013 New York


Tetsu is acclaimed chef Masa Takayama’s loungey, tri-level restaurant adorned in iron (“tetsu” in Japanese) and exposed brick. Creative Japanese plates—from skewers cooked on a Robata grill to nigiri sushi, and meat-focused dishes at the omakase served downstairs—fly through the space, ensuring a thrilling sensory overload.

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