Saturday, December 5, 2015
Autre Kyo Ya, the sister restaurant of Kyo Ya, the Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant at 94 E. Seventh St. between Avenue A and First Avenue, is now in soft-open mode at 10 Stuyvesant St.
As Eater points out: "Autre Kyo Ya is slightly different, with more affordable price points and more inspiration from western cooking." (Eater has a copy of the menu for the restaurant just off of East Ninth Street and Third Avenue.)
GM Erina Yoshida and her father Tony also own Sunrise Mart and the cocktail bar Angel's Share. Autre Kyo Ya last housed the tapas bar The Barrel.
Meanwhile, Tac N Roll, a quick-serve Mexican restaurant at 124 E. Fourth St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue, is also in soft-open operations.
Here's a look at their menu via their still under-construction website...
And for now, the second taco is free...
Previously on EV Grieve:
Autre Kyo Ya coming soon to the former Barrel space on Stuyvesant Street
Monday, November 16, 2015
The Barrel, the tapas bar at 10 Stuyvesant Street, closed earlier this month. And owner Tony Yoshida, who operates a number of restaurants, including Panya next door, has quickly turned over the space… the restaurant will soon be home to Autre Kyo Ya, as this photo via EVG reader Christopher Pelham shows.
Autre Kyo Ya is the sister restaurant of Kyo Ya, the Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant at 94 E. Seventh St. between Avenue A and First Avenue.
A help-wanted ad for servers and managers describes Autre Kyo Ya as serving "French cuisine utilizing Japanese ingredients."
No word about an opening date just yet for Autre Kyo Ya here off of East Ninth Street and Third Avenue.