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Juicy Sushi in White Plains

While looking at LoHud for update on another matter, saw this bit of news.
At least is seems to be fresh, cheap, and NOT pizza or fusion ;>D
Lunch with Liz: Juicy Sushi in White Plains
This just in: There’s now bubble tea and really good (and cheap) sushi in White Plains, thanks to Eddie Cheung, who just opened Juicy Sushi on Main Street near Broadway.
http://lizjohnson.lohudblogs.com/2009...

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  1. thanks Jon. Instead of getting a hot dog at Kisco Kosher; go accross to Juciy Sushi. the link at LoHud looks great

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    1. re: martyl9

      Thanks marty19.However it is located on Main Street, near Broadway (RT 22) and not on Post Road/RT 22. Across the Street from Walmart/ Number One Broadway.
      We looked at it this morning, on way back from Gym.
      It was still early so store was closed. Looked interesting and I will be back to check out sushi-GF does not understand uncooked fish LOL
      And I looked up bubble tea:
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bubble_tea

      1. re: Jon1856

        Between this and Melt, White Plains may be on to something.

        1. re: dhammer53

          It would be nice to have more affordable, quick options in white plains.

    2. stopped by juicy sushi today to pick up some bubble tea. the lychee bubble tea (w/o milk) was amazing. my dh really loved it. i liked my taro bubble tea, but it was little on the watery side. the flavor was perfect though. the boba was a little on the small side though. it's great to have a bubble tea place in wp.

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      1. re: applesauce23

        Well, how was the sushi>? and the fish? was it fresh?

          1. re: applesauce23

            Is this place still open? Tried calling and the phone was disconnected. Anyone know?

              1. re: wplady

                I thought everyone said it was good. wonder why it failed.

                1. re: kaaaassss

                  Maybe because sushi is not suppose to be cheap nor is it suppose to be juicy.

                  1. re: pabboy

                    What a disgusting name, no wonder they're gone.

                    For really good bubble tea, try the Bubble Shop at the Golden Village supermarket on Central Ave. in Scarsdale.

                    1. re: anonymouse1935

                      I never got to try this place, but I am for any type of restaurant in the downtown WP area that serves healthy food as an alternative to the many other fat-laden offerings in the area.