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Salmon Caviar in S. Westchester

I'm probably going to serve blini with creme fraiche and salmon caviar as a Thanksgiving
appetizer. Does anyone have a favorite source for fish roes in southern Westchester?

Thanks in advance.

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  1. Sorry, not southern Westchester, but imo worth the drive to Mount Kisco Smokehouse in, well, Mount Kisco. They have bulk salmon roe which is really fresh and delicious...not to mention so many other wonderful products there!

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    1. re: Marge

      Hmm--might be worth a trip up there on a Saturday with lunch at the Little Kabab Station afterwards.

      Do they have a website? I couldn't find one.

      1. re: Maryld

        I don't think they have a website. I also don't think they're open on Saturdays, definitely do call before you go!

    2. You can get Ikura (salmon roe) at daido and ninjiya in white plains-they might also have tobiko (both regular and wasabi flavored).

      The Mt. Kisco Smokehouse does have kick a** fish though. Never tried the roe.
      I believe they are open Sat., but close at noon on Sun.

      1. I'm pretty sure that Balduccis in Scarsdale might have it.

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        1. re: BAFU

          Yes, I need to call since Saturday really would be the only time we could get there.

          And Adam, where are Daido and Ninjiya in White Plains?

          Any opinion about La Maree/Portier roes?

          1. re: Maryld

            Nippon Daido

            522 Mamaroneck Ave

            White Plains, NY 10605

            (914) 683-6735

            Nijiya

            18 N Central Ave

            Hartsdale, NY 10530-I thought it was WP

            (914) 949-2178

            I prefer Daido over Nijiya because they have a better selection.

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            Nijiya
            18 N Central Ave, Hartsdale, NY 10538

        2. Costco carries it, too! Daido in white plains also sells it at a decent price.

          1. You can always order fresh from CaliforniaCaviar.com

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            1. re: martak

              Thank you everyone for the great input.