62 Thomas St,
New York, NY 10013
Meaning "blessing" in Japanese, MEGU blesses its patrons with modern Japanese cuisine, sushi, and sumibi aburiyaki. The restaurant uses a traditional grilling technique involving a special Japanese charcoal called bincho-tan. The menu blends traditional and modern Japanese techniques and authentic, fresh ingredients to create sumptuous dishes.
There are 47 major regions in Japan, which all have specialty ingredients and styles of cooking. MEGU acts as a filter, bringing over 1,000 years of Japanese regional cuisine called "Kyodo Ryori" to the table, allowing guests to better experience the country's cuisine. Contemporary meets traditional, utilizing a variety of flavors and presentations.