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Jun 8, 2010 01:28 PM

All-You-Can-Eat Sushi near Red Bank / Long Branch?

I know there are a few in NYC and Northern N.J. Any down Monmouth way?

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  1. While it's not all you can eat for a flat price, I'd suggest you visit Kanji in Shrewsbury right off Rte. 35 and Shrewsbury Ave (behind the Americana Diner).

    Danny's in Red Bank is also very very good.

    Americana Diner
    , Belvidere, NJ 07823

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    1. re: JustJake

      Went to Kanji a couple of weeks ago. It was good.

    2. tokyo sushi in Freehold is the closest one I can think of. Also, Makkoli in East Brunswick but that is not Monmouth county.

      1. I am a little weary of all u can eat sushi places. I know on Monday nights at Teak in Red Bank sushi and I think the whole menu is 1/2 off. Always crowded so I suggest making reservations.

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        1. re: pmt1111

          According to their web site Teak has AYCE sushi on Sundays from 5-10pm.

          There're also a few places that has 1/2 price sushi on sundays - for me it's pretty much the same as AYCE.

        2. As was aptly stated by Tony Bourdain in Kitchen Confidential: "Do you really want to eat cheap sushi?"

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            1. re: MGZ

              I agree. I say spend the money and go to YUMI. They have the best sushi in Monmouth County.

              1. re: J M S

                If you have ever seen how busy Teak is on a monday night they have to be ordering fresh fish. I thought hte same thing at first that they must try to be getting rid of fish from the weekend but not driving past there every Monday night and seeing people pouring out the door.
                Lots have changed since Anthony Bourdain wrote Kitchen Confidential. You can get fresh fish pretty much anytime during the week just not on Sundays.

                1. re: pmt1111

                  I've been to Teak on a couple Mondays. It seemed to be crowded as soon as the doors opened. Sushi was fine (and even at 1/2 price I wouldn't call it "cheap"). My "All you can eat" experiences, however, date to my days as a student in Baltimore and, well, let's just say, we used to call it "Bait Night."