So I’m staying at The Inn at Penn and it’s crazy cold and streets are snowy so I scooted in for dinner at Pod and I’m glad I did! I had the lobster and Peking duck fried rice (bigger than I expected so I didn’t...More
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Our friend who took us to this restaurant had been there twice, but his wife had not been. The four of us went last night for dinner and split five different dishes. We had spicy tuna sushi, spider sushi, pork belly din sum, crab fried...More
One of the neatest experiences eating high end sushi. Private rooms with high tech lighting where you can change colors by pushing a button. The sushi is very fresh and the service is excellent. A little pricey but a memorable experience. The bathrooms are unisex...More
Fun design, sophisticated yet comfortable. Staff was attentive, food was excellent, loved the tapas style of the menu. Our group of 8 tried several of their craft cocktails, each totally different from the last and all artfully made.
Really a great Asian restaurant next to the Inn at Penn. Loved the sushi conveyor belt! My meal was excellent and I wish I could go back. Was there on business - so ate alone and was treated very well. Highly recommend it.
This is a restaurant that must be visited many times because there are too many delicious choices! We especially loved the crab fried rice, the eggplant with walnuts, and the tempura zucchini special. The cocktails are delicious! And it's a great room. Will return!
High-End to Hole in the Wall, is the type of diner I would classify myself and the group I was with that evening. All foodies..all appreciate truly good food, service, and atmosphere. I was completely underwhelmed by my experience at Pod. We ordered appetizers, entrees,...More
We've been going to Pod for years and we keep coming back because of the consistency of the food. We have a few favorites, i.e. rock shrimp & crab spring rolls, and they always taste just as good as our previous visit. The sushi is...More
Two years ago four of us had a truly underwhelming meal at Morimoto. In the review I said the sushi is better at Pod. Both restaurants are under Stephen Starr’s very large umbrella and the contrast was interesting. Morimoto is meant to be taken very...More