Reserve Cut is the high-end steakhouse where you take your in-laws for the first time or where you celebrate a monumental anniversary. The space, inside the Setai Wall Street, is unsurprisingly beautiful, and the menu - albeit expectantly pricey - includes all the usual suspects, from chicken salads to steaks, burgers, and well-prepared fish. But we also suggest ordering a couple of sushi rolls. Given the lack of very good kosher sushi around town, you might as well add some signature rolls or sashimi and nigiri to your order - the Broad Street (spicy tuna, tempura crunch, seared tuna, mayo, and masago) and grilled Chilean sea bass with crispy cucumber, avocado, and teriyaki are both great choices.
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