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By Jennifer 8. Lee | July 6, 2007
Eater informs us that Chinese-Japanese-French Wakiya at the Gramercy Park Hotel is now taking reservations: (212) 995-1330. It has taken more than a year and a half for Ian Schrager to get his upscale Chinese restaurant as Alan Yau of Hakkasan dropped Park Chinois (what is with all the French-Chinese?)Â earlier this year because of visa issues. Coordinated with the Nobu team, Yuji Wakiya’s restaurant promises to be the buzziest Chinese restaurant opening in decades. Eater informs us that there are no 8 p.m. tables being awarded, though 7 p.m. or 8:30 p.m. or later are okay.Â Chinese flavor, Japanese delicacy, French presentation.
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