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Ninja New York: food and excitement in a ninja village

Ninja New York is a very unique restaurant. It replicates a ninja village in New York and shows how ninjas used to live many centuries ago.

Our ‘waiters’ wear the exact outfits that ninjas used to wear 500 years ago.

Most of our dishes have a variety of special effects such as fire and smoke, and while the customers are dining, the ninjas jump out from behind the walls or from the ceiling to surprise them.

Our customers always have a great time, regardless of their age, from children to grown-ups.

We seat 150 people. After the customers step out of the elevator, they walk along a path that we call the ‘ninja path’.

The place is very dark because it shows how the ninjas used to live in their villages. Every room is different, with its own name and ambience. The room called ‘The rock garden’ is used mainly for big parties”.


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