Best 30 Japanese Steakhouse in New York, NY with Reviews -

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By: goreoc
Sushi Zen
A great place for those who want to enjoy a delicious food. It is not cheap, but the food and service you receive are top-notch. Sake "Born" is my favorite ;) Bar sits are the best: you get your order slightly faster, you see a chef preparing your dishes, and, if there are many dishes you have never eaten before, you can observe people around you and order something you spotted on your neighbor's plate ;). If you feel tired and want to freshen-up, just ask a chef to prepare a refreshing dish for you... It is that simple.If you do not clearly remember the proper chopsticks etiquette, make sure you google it before visiting the restaurant. (Just imagine yourself going to Arp├Ęge and not knowing which one of the three forks to choose to eat your favorite Savarins).P.S.: IMPORTANT! This is one of only two Sushi restaurants in NYC where I eat raw fish without worrying about catching parasites or having an upset stomach.
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By: jessica h.
i'll start by saying i adore a spot on long island i've been going to for years and compare all other japanese restaurants to it (kotobuki in hauppauge for anyone wondering). ichiro is fine. the restaurant was bustling. you're greeted immediately with hot towels and water with lemon. the food is ok. i ordered the hibachi shrimp bento and for an extremely reasonable price ($19 i think) you get soup salad and bento. it was meh. i'd rather see some veg tempura over a bunch of edamame, but that WAS healthier and it's usually a crowed pleaser. i'm not interested in anything pickled and there was a few small pieces of pickled veg i gave to my friend. they had a "pending grade" which for sushi makes you wonder, but didn't discourage us because it's very popular in that area. i'll go back to try some rolls for sure. maybe i'll enjoy that more.
By: jeffreyg
While I don't consider myself an aficionado of sushi, I do frequent many sushi restaurants. I have not had better quality anywhere. From individual pieces to basic rolls, the fish was fresh and delicious. The salad dressing was my favorite in NYC. The ONLY reason Haru did not get 5 stars wad the service. Not awful but they seem to forget about you for periods that were too long for a lunch.
By: Elaine H.
Isohama Japanese Restaurant
Outstanding food. They've been very consistent over the years. The only other Japanese restaurants in the city that are as good cost twice as much. This is the place to go if you don't want to pay an arm and a leg.
By: Melinda S.
Ivan Ramen
We enjoyed a Father's Day lunch here while on vacation. It was so good! My husband was very happy. I had the chicken sandwich and my husband had ramen. Can't wait to go back!
By: Don H.
I love sushis and this place is my go-to place for my cravings. I also brought in my friends here for an unforgettable quality time. You too should try it!
By: Zina B.
If you love sushis, this place will surely satisfy your cravings. I have went back here from time to time and still looking forward for my next visit.
By: William M.
EN Japanese Brasserie
I am in love of Japanese cuisines and this place satisfies my cravings. If you love to eat this type of dishes, you'll not regret coming here.
By: Val D.
Japanese cousine at its finest! You don't have to wait for several minutes before you get your food! They serve it as fast as you can imagine!
By: Dulce M.
Yakiniku Juju
Sushi, sushi, sushi. You'll find them here plus other exciting menus like katsudon. You don't have to wait too long. Their service is quick.

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