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Ennju's Salmon Crisp Skin Don

wewwew Mar 18, 2012 03:23 PM

Everyone, well most of us, have a place or two that represents a compromise between location and consensus vs the best which no one else in the party wants which is just a few (10) blocks off. Ennju is one of those places I go to because I for profound company. I was happy to get a really solid dish. I love most any hash like dish and this rice hash gets to the just fine spot.

20 E 17th St, New York, NY 10003

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    wewwew Apr 4, 2012 04:13 PM

    Had it again like it again. It is garnished with salmon roe, cucumber, and a wedge of lime.

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      Simon Apr 5, 2012 05:46 PM

      i live right nearby...what is the place like overall?...i've never heard of it...

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        lexismore Apr 5, 2012 07:18 PM

        I've never had the Salmon Crisp Skin Don, but overall...it's ok. Nothing special.

        1. re: Simon
          squid kun Apr 6, 2012 12:29 AM

          Mostly to go. Premade sushi and other dishes. wewwew nailed it: compromise between location and the best. Not a bad takeout option (especially if your takeout reference point is Midtown delis, as mine is much of the week). The salmon skin donburi is on my list for next time.

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          chowchau Apr 10, 2013 03:44 PM

          I love Ennju's Salmon Skin Don also. It's a solid meal that is under $10 and isn't bad for you. That is a tall order in this neighborhood these days.
          I don't use the lime wedge that they include with the dish. I think it ruins the dish. But that's not a complaint because I'm sure there are those out there who couldn't live without the lime wedge!

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