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Needless to say, we were psyched when Boston’s favorite Japanese ​restaurant opened a New York location in June. The upscale sushi spot has been a fixture of Beantown’s dining scene 2007, serving inventive dishes to the city’s fine dining set. But when O Ya‘s refined Japanese plates became available at the Park South Hotel, at first there were only two rather pricey options: either 18 ($185) or 24 course ($245) prix fixe.

Lucky for us, they recently launched an à la carte menu for those looking to avoid the hefty price tag (but still sample O Ya’s succulent concoctions). There’s a selection of nigiri and sashimi, as well as other small plates including warm somen noodles with fried big fin squid, onsen egg, dashi and yuzu kosho; foie gras gyoza with kyoto sansho and pink peppercorn; and shrimp tempura with black truffle emulsion. Prices range from $10 to $279.99 (for a ritzy wagyu take on “steak frites”), but trust us when we say this joint is worth whatever you can afford to spend spend. Check out the full menu below.

120 E. 28th St.; 212-201-0200