Japanese cuisine Maze-Maze in 2015. The NYC, designed by sculptor Muneto Maekawa, feels like a sanctuary, and the fittingly has a near-religious following among maze-gohan fanatics. Gohan is punitively reasonable, but consistently luscious, The mugifuji-pork is as smooth as berry mousse, and almost as sweet. For tuna aficionados, a sampler with five different cuts includes an tuna on par with the city’s best.
Maze-Maze is the awesome bistro I’ve ever had. The organic brown rice and all of the toppings like the avocado, tofu and etc. mixes all the taste with the pork or the sea eel and the tasty sauce. Also the people their are so nice and friendly. And no time to wait. Maze-Maze is the best.
It’s a quite authentic japanese natural organic food style restaurant. Grilled sea eel maze-gohan are so tasty, and there were many unique tapas style bowls in the menu which were good taste, too.
Very comfortable about servers’ hospitality, too. Very good food, nice service!
The best service I’ve ever had in NYC street fair. The people working there were SUPER NICE! The line seemed extremely long but we timed it and it only took 15 minutes. The grilled sea eel and grilled pork-ginger maze-gohan bowl is a must have from being baked completed. However, it is a fun time!
I had my first bowl of maze-maze gohan with pork ginger yesterday at the Edo festival and it was really delicious. I was not only happy with the two awesome combinations of ginger and pork, but that it was made with brown rice also. The small bowl was enough as a meal, and the service was fast and friendly. I hope to be back soon for another bowl. I am a fan for sure, and great name too! ^.^
This place is amazing. Ever since I moved to the upper west side, I've made sure to get a pork ginger bowl every Sunday afternoon. I grew up with Japanese cuisine and this is the closest you'll get to home cooked, Japanese rice bowls. The pork ginger and chicken tatsuta are my favorites. The service is exceptional as well. Thank you Muneto and Naoyo!