Sen Sakana May Actually Open After Three Years and an Additional $2M


Source: Eater NY

Permitting delayed the Peruvian-Japanese restaurant | Three years in the making, Peruvian and Japanese mash-up Sen Sakana may finally be ready to debut. The tri-level, 185-seat cavernous space from Allan Wartski (Astoria’s Christos Steakhouse, Edison Ballroom) has been majorly delayed because of issues with city permitting, a process that has added $2 million in opening costs, the New York Times reports today. The Nikkei restaurant —specializing in cuisine from Japanese workers who immigrated to Peru in the late 1800s — is a partnership between chefs Mina Newman (Christos Steak House) for the Peruvian portion and Taku Nagai (Ootoya) for the Japanese …

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