After my Posse meeting we, we being me and mother, met up with my father at Haru on Wall Street. Haru is a chain of Japanese restaurants owned by Rocky Aoki, the owner of Benihana. Quite frankly Haru thinks its much more upscale than it actually is. Yes the restaurant is nicely decorated (though not as stunning as Megu) and the service is friendly, but the sushi isn’t anything spectacular. The sushi is served in big pieces and while fresh, isn’t as good as other places as say Matsugen or Sushi Seki but then again it is slightly cheaper. I was appalled at the $20 Toro/Scallion roll which doesn’t even cost $20 at 15 East or Ajna Bar. Haru also cooks with Peanut Oil so beware if you have an nut allergy like I do. The crowd is mixed ranging from Wall Street business men and local residents. Haru is nothing to rave about, if you’re in the area and want sushi then its an okay choice but I wouldn’t go out of my way to go there as there are much better options in Manhattan.