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Kyo Sushi in Hartsdale?

JMF Jan 7, 2012 11:07 AM

It's on Hartsdale Ave a few stores down from Central Ave. Anyone been there? I noticed it the past few times I went to Fujinoya.

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    pabboy RE: JMF Jan 7, 2012 06:42 PM

    Don't know about Kyo but the previous business there was Kazu also a Japanese restaurant. Kazu was owned and operated by Chinese/Taiwanese. With Fujinoya and Azuma nearby, why even bother?

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      pabboy RE: pabboy Jan 7, 2012 06:48 PM

      OK just looked over Kyo's menu. With items had Kyo Roast Pork, Curry Chicken, and Geisha Roll it's guaranteed to be owned and operated by Chinese/Taiwanese.

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        JMF RE: pabboy Jan 8, 2012 01:34 PM

        Fujinoya has become unexciting lately. Not sure if is me, or the restaurant is slipping. Haven't been to Azuma in years. I felt that it had a cold attitude that wasn't welcoming, and too pricey. I really like Nanase, but for a special date, not everyday.

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          pabboy RE: JMF Jan 8, 2012 06:47 PM

          Fujinoya has never been exciting. It's authentic Japanese.

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        Shawn RE: JMF Jan 8, 2012 02:01 PM

        We have ordered takeout from Kyo twice. Since it's the only Japanese place in the area that I know of that delivers, I really wanted to like Kyo. But I don't. I would not have the sushi again, but I generally only like Nanase and Azuma for sushi in Westchester. Yes, they are pricier, but with sushi you generally get what you pay for. The hot food is bland, and most dishes have the exact same sauce. Both times we ordered we got a variety of dishes, and didn't like any of them.

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          giralda RE: JMF Feb 4, 2012 09:20 PM

          Is Kyo run by Chinese pretending to be Japanese or are they authentic Japanese? Fujinoya and Azuma are my go to places. Sushi Nanase is the best but for special occasions given the price. Haiku in Scarsdale is Cantonese.

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