FTF Food Review – Haru Sushi

When you work in New York’s Financial District, like we do, you understand that there are limited options for good lunch spots. While FTF can easily locate a food truck, we find it harder to find a quality restaurant for a client meeting. However, last week that changed when we decided to have a client lunch at Haru Sushi.

Haru Sushi, which is located at One Wall Street Court, is definitely worth a visit! The atmosphere is perfect for a client lunch. When you walk into the restaurant you’re greeted by a room with high ceilings, tons of comfortable seating and just an overall great ambiance. It’s not too loud, which makes it a great place for people to talk shop with clients. Not to mention that the food is absolutely delicious!

I can’t speak for my fellow lunch mates, but my meal was delectable. I ordered the Calamari Salad and an Eel and Avocado Roll and devoured it in less than 10 minutes flat. Mine must not have been the only great meal because none of us left a single morsel on our plates. The staff was friendly and attentive, always checking in to see if we needed anything and to see how we were getting along. I would recommend Haru Sushi to all – whether for a client meeting or just a meal with a friend, it is a great place to go! I just hope we can find more places in the Financial District that live up to it. If you have any suggestions let us know!

About Maureen Lowe

President and Founder of Financial Technologies Forum, LLC. Editor-In-Chief of FTF News. Entrepreneur, Jersey Girl that recently returned to Jersey, Loves to Bake, Married to a Kiwi, First Time Mom
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2 Responses to FTF Food Review – Haru Sushi

  1. I’m a fan too! If you haven’t tried Fino’s, you should! Fantastic, old school Italian.

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