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nycgirl08 Sep 2, 2008 08:39 AM

What are some of the best Japanese restaurants in NYC? (besides Morimoto, Nobu, Sushi of Gari)

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    kathryn RE: nycgirl08 Sep 2, 2008 09:08 AM

    What kind of Japanese cuisine? What are you looking for? An izakaya? Sushi and sashimi? Cooked dishes? Shabu shabu? Ramen? Soba? Idon? A kaiseki meal? Home cooking? Yakitori? Tempura?

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      nycgirl08 RE: kathryn Sep 2, 2008 09:27 AM

      Sushi, sashimi and cooked dishes.

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        Silverjay RE: nycgirl08 Sep 2, 2008 09:37 AM

        http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/551461

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      silencespeak RE: nycgirl08 Sep 2, 2008 09:43 AM

      Sushi Yasuda - favorite sushi spot in the city, Naomichi Yasuda is a sushi god.
      Masa - If you got serious money, 400 minium per person.
      Kuruma Zushi - amazing sushi, though less variety than Yasuda.

      These are also the three japanese restaurants (though Yasuda, Kuruma specialize in Sushi/Sashimi) that I hear most often as the favorites from people on this board and from critics alike.

      1. kcijones001 RE: nycgirl08 Sep 2, 2008 11:10 AM

        Sushi Ann
        http://www.sushiann.com/html/index2.htm

        Sushi Den
        http://sushiden.com/

        Haru
        www.harusushi.com/

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          ShinjukuAce RE: nycgirl08 Sep 3, 2008 08:12 AM

          Sushi Yasuda or Kanoyama for sushi. Sushi Yasuda has a very reasonable weekday lunch special.
          Sakagura for non-sushi Japanese.
          Torys has very good yakitori.

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            kjsnow25 RE: nycgirl08 Sep 3, 2008 09:09 AM

            throwing Haru in with Sushi Ann And Sushiden is like throwing White Castle in with The Burger Joint and Molly's. If you misspeled Haku, then I apologize...

            Egads. Anyhoo, Kanoyama on @nd @ 11th and Ushi Wakamaru (if you like Japanese, fairly conservative and fresh fish) are two great ones. Yasuda, Masa, Kuruma all a hefty price tag - you can do well here, esp. at Ushi with thr 10 or 15 piece tastings.....

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