Though hidden behind a NoHo butcher shop, and after three years, still keeping a low profile, it would be impossible for this coolly quaint Japanese restaurant to remain a secret. Especially when it's serving some of the best beef in town. But though Bohemian's meaty reputation precedes it, don’t pass up its luxurious (and at $16 a la carte, incredibly reasonably-priced) tuna sashimi bowl. Perfect rectangles of fatty fish, exquisitely and softly marbled, mingle with refreshingly crunchy dice of Japanese yam. A tiny dab of wasabi adds excitement, while the rice underneath feels like just as much of a delicacy—perfectly vinegared, as if prepared by a leading sushi sensei. Don’t get us wrong—the beef deserves equally high accolades; just don’t forget to go fishing here, too.