Last year, David Bouley's Japanese restaurant Brushstroke in Tribeca introduced bento boxes with 16 individual items—and now they are back!

Created by executive chef Isao Yamada, the two-story boxes are pricey at $59 but feature an extensive array of mouthwatering seasonal items and accompaniments. Here's the current menu:

Miso Marinated Chilean Sea Bass
Oregon Raised Wagyu Beef with Red Wine Sauce
Canadian Fuji Pork Belly with Amazu Glaze
Steamed Duck Breast with Tasmanian Mustard Seed
Dashi-maki Tamago
Simmered Kabocha Squash
Dashi Braised Malanga Yam
Dashi Marinated Eggplant
Grilled Anago
Sesame Burdock
Spicy Eringi Mushrooms
Atsu-yaki Tamago
Grilled Zucchini
Tsukune Dumpling
Spicy Hakata Sushi Roll
Smoked Salmon Salad

Rice and Pickles accompaniments: Golden Crab, Lobster and Mushrooms Steamed with Rice; Hijiki and Fava Beans mixed with Rice; House Made Pickles

Plus, the boxes are wrapped in a Japanese scarf. Brushstroke says, "When you call to order, make sure Chef Yamada has at least three days of advance notice and don’t forget to tell him exactly what time you are planning to enjoy your meal—maximum freshness is his number one priority."

There's an order form online; delivery costs are extra. Or can you try out the Michelin-starred restaurant's sushi bar—omakase only!