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noreetuh Restaurant (Reviews & Ratings)


Address: 128 1st Ave., New York, NY 10009

Restaurant Type: Hawaiian restaurant

Phone: (646) 892-3050

Price: $$$

Rating: 4.6


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What Time Does noreetuh Open?

Tuesday,: Closed

Wednesday,: 5 to 9:30PM

Thursday,: 5 to 9:30PM

Friday,: 5 to 10:30PM

Saturday,: 11:30AM to 2:30PM, 5 to 10:30PM

Sunday,: 11:30AM to 2:30PM, 5 to 9PM

Monday,: Closed

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noreetuh Reviews

Rosie Lu

Great food and great vibes here! Service was wonderful and the food also tasted good. Came at the tail end of brunch and it was pretty busy at the indoor seating so I def recommend making a reservation online. I enjoyed the authentic spam musubi, the pork skewers, and the chicken w/ rice and macaroni salad. Would love to try more from here but unfortunately I have a seafood allergy and most of the food has seafood My friend said “Scallop is good. Good pasta.”

Michelle Wang

Great restaurant week menu!! Everything is very tasty and reminded me of my Hawaiian trip. Poke, garlic shrimp, scampi, fried chicken, pineapple dessert… everything tasted the same as the one I had in Hawaii! The seafood was very fresh and well cooked. The service was extraordinary. Would definitely go back for more!!

dipayan sen

Love this spot! Went during restaurant week and was so worth. Great east village vibes. Delightful Hawaiian and asian inspired dishes served in a cozy dining room. Service was warm and attentive. All our dishes were delicious. Very good selection of wines. Will definitely go back.

Megan Gillen

Came here during restaurant week and WOW all of the food was so tasty. You get so much food and it all tasted so good. The ambiance in the restaurant was also fun and quirky. I’d recommend making reservations, because it’s a small space and very popular. Will definitely be going back!

Susanna Mostaghim

Swung by here with some friends for brunch and it was definitely worth it. The service is fast. The food is good. Portions seem on track for the price based off the east village. I would definitely recommend getting the musubi platter (the price does go up if you buy more expensive ones but overall still fine). It is gluten-free friendly and the outdoor seating is nice when the weather is good.

Koyi T

Came here on restaurant week to try out their food with a group of friends and all of us really enjoyed our food here. My fav were the truffle tortellini (just look at the amount of truffles there are in my photo!), the dessert and the drinks!

Def coming back for their regular menu!


We went for brunch and were kind of disappointed.

The restaurant was not busy (two other tables inside + one outside) and there was a server and a server/bartender, yet service was extremely slow. Each item came out individually, which is fine, but there was a longish lull between “courses,” which was annoying. We even had to ask about one of our items, as it never came.

The food was beautiful, but inconsistent. The musubi was good, the poke was okay, the egg rolls were cold, the shrimp was good, and the chicken sandwich was chewy.

Maybe they were having an off day? We went fall 2021/late Covid, so restaurants were just getting back on their feet.

Vinson Tang

Always wanted to try this spot, and when my gf was craving Hawaiian food, I knew this was the place to go! Ordered the eel and salmon musubi, poke, iberico pork skewers, and chicken teriyaki bowl. Everything was delicious, friendly attentive service and would def recommend. Not many Hawaiian themed sit down restaurants in NYC, so check them out!

Lara Jansen

We got a last minute reservation here, had never heard of it before. The food was delicious! And they have a great, extensive wine list as well. Highly recommend and will definitely go back soon!

Cristian Diaz

My wife bought me here for my birthday dinner. We’ve been to Hawaii just this past July where we actually got married and wanted to relive the food we had there. The establishment was really cute and very well organized and ran. Everyone was extremely friendly and very attentive. Our waitress was always making sure our water glass was full and fresh napkins and plates and utensils were always at hand. The food was so amazing. We ordered veggie potstickers which were perfectly cooked and the sauce was great. I also had the big eye tuna poke which reminded me very much of our time in Oahu so delicious. Our main course was the garlic shrimp. Wasn’t quite the same as Fumis or the other food trucks but it had its own creative taste and look an overall 10 in my book. We had the coconut fried shrimp and the sole fish crudo which was devine so soft and tender and savory. Overall our experience here was a 10 from the first hello to our goodbye. Would definitely tell everyone we know to come here.

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