Noreetuh has been a critical darling since opening 3 years ago and doesn't seem to be slowing down. There isn't much to the interior - casual, dark, starkly decoration. No bright colors or puka shell necklaces here people.  The menu is modern Hawaiian and dishes run the gamut from approachable to adventurous. Heavy emphasis on seafood and pork. Try one of the pokes; either tuna with macadamia nuts & kimchi or shrimp with avocado. If you want to walk on the wilder side try your hand at corned beef tongue musubi. Brunch offers some truly artery clogging, hangover curing fried chicken or spam with traditional sides of mac salad and rice. It's definitely a meal out of the ordinary and wont set the wallet back too far.


Address:  128 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10009

Phone: (646) 892-3050

Neighborhood: East Village

Website :

Price: $$$

Attire: Casual

Good for: something out of the ordinary, seafood, pork, groups