Autre Kyo Ya is a French Restaurant utilizing fresh local produce and Japanese ingredients.
Autre Kyo Ya is the sister restaurant of Kyo Ya, 3-star NY Times & 1 Michelin star which specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine with a la carte option and chef's course. Executive Chef Shuji Furukawa of Autre has been serving both quality interpretations of classic French & Japanese cuisine and techniques.
The interior allows patrons to relax and become immersed in their surroundings as they drink and dine at Autre Kyo Ya. French doors at the entrance will allow patrons to dine outside while watching passerbys of East Village. Japanese elements have been incorporated to the interior: cedar wood creating the concave space, marble tiles from Japan, and shoji-screened windows.
Autre Kyo Ya is open for weekend brunch & dinner. We currently offer an a la carte menu in addition to our chef's course menu which is available every night. OUR CONCEPT is to share various dishes to be able to fully enjoy our dining experience with us. Large party menus are also available!
Our signature cocktails change every season. Join us at the bar for Happy Hour daily from 5:30pm-7pm & bar menu with $1 oysters, $7 wine, $6 beer and $10 craft cocktails. We have also added a new happy hour bar food menu!
10 Stuyvesant Street
(btwn 2nd & 3rd Avenue)
New York, NY 10003
Tues-Wed 5:30pm–11pm (last call 10:30pm)
Thurs-Fri 5:30pm-12am (last call 11:30pm)
Sat 11am-4pm (brunch: last call 3:30pm) 4pm on is Cocktail Hour. 5:30pm-12am (dinner last call 11:30pm)
Sun 11am-3pm (brunch: last call 3:30pm) 4pm on is Cocktail Hour. 5:30pm-10pm (last call 9:30pm)
*OPEN: DINNER & WEEKEND BRUNCH. HAPPY HOUR 5:30PM-7PM. CRAFT COCKTAILS, WINE AND MORE
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Reservations can be made through e-mail or by phone in addition to Opentable
*ADVANCE RESERVATIONS FOR CHEF'S COURSE IS RECOMMENDED DUE TO LIMITED QUANTITY EACH NIGHT
We accept all major credit cards & VELOCITY
THE ZAGAT REVIEW
Melding Japanese cuisine with French techniques, this Kyo Ya East Village offshoot is “growing up to become a star of its own” thanks to a “delicious” menu that’s high-end yet less expensive than the kaiseki-based original; the minimalist, wood-centric space also provides a brief raw-bar selection and sophisticated cocktails.
Michelin Guide mention 2017 + 2018
"If you love the popular Japanese kaiseki house Kyo Ya, then you'll really love its hip new sibling, Autre Kyo Ya. The inside of the restaurant is warm and homey, and while it's less sophisticated than its older sister, it's a lot more fun. The space is lined with cozy banquettes, a bar, and plenty of nooks for intimate conversation. But the real highlight here is the food, a unique collection of Japanese dishes amped up with French influences and cooking techniques-think pâté de Campagne; a crispy cauliflower with spicy peanut sauce; and Berkshire pork belly Kamadaki rice pot in a garlic-ginger sauce. Other highlights include chilled corn soup, bobbing with tender edamame and laced with leek oil; and the terrific goma tofu "cocktail" in a bonito-seaweed broth."
16 Outstanding Japanese Tasting Menus That Go Beyond Sushi
"The follow-up effort to kaiseki stalwart Kyo Ya (also on this list), Autre Kyo Ya is the Japanese-French hybrid focused on both local and Japanese ingredients bent into shape using classic French technique. In addition to a la carte ordering, Autre offers two five-course omakase menus priced at $50 and $80, which include dishes miso cracker hummus and zucchini blossoms stuffed with scallop and crab." 8.21.17