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Housed in a landmarked building of Tribeca, the interior of Tetsu, which stands for “iron” in Japanese, pays homage to its historic cast iron structure. Tetsu is the newest ‘brand child’ designed by world renowned chef, Chef Masa. As soon as you walk in you are greeted by a suspended mezzanine that overlooks the open kitchen, as well as the focal point of the restaurant which is a 18-seat counter made from a single Bubinga wood tree. Recycled oil drums are used as host stands and the 8-foot tall flower pot is fashioned from a reclaimed water pipe. Built around the idea of a robata, the center place of traditional Japanese homes, Tetsu’s menu is presented by honoring Japanese heritage with local cuisine. All items are served family style and are meant to be shared. The restaurant is perfect for hosting an intimate private event to celebrate any occasion. We can't wait to show all that Tetsu can offer you!