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May 10, 2012 02:16 PM

Sushi in Westchester

I'm looking for a recommendation for a Sushi restaurant in Westchester.

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    1. Here is a recent thread:
      Personally I like Azuma in Hartsdale

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      1. re: chowdom

        Thank you for the recommendation.

        1. re: chowdom

          Doumo arigatou! Thanks to all for the great recommendation. My boyfriend and I went there last night, even though we had no reservation they sat us immediately. My boyfriend spent many years in Japan and said this was authentic. The fish was fresh and the service was good. We liked the fact that the menu was not 'Americanized Sushi'. I highly recommend visiting this restaurant.

        2. Another vote for Azuma. Really amazing sushi and quality. Been my go-to for years. Yes it's expensive but the fish....mmmm amazing.

          1. azuma is a fine place, but sushi nanase in wp is light years better.

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            1. re: raider

              Sushi Nanase is / was ( have not been there in a long time) a very special place that said it is also light years more expensive than Azuma. I feel it is less accessible in that it is prohibitively expensive and not the kind of place you can just walk into when you feel like some sushi. IMHO Azuma is more than just fine especially compared to other sushi in the County.

              1. re: chowdom

                Is that the place where the owner refuses to seat you if you show up without a reservation, even if there are empty tables?

            2. I really like Fujinoya on Central Ave in Hartsdale.

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              1. re: scarsdalesurprise

                i agree with chowdom's analysis, tho i don't think sushi nanase is "light years" more expensive than azuma, but certainly it is, at least for us, an "occasion" restaurant, and we can (and do) often get take out from azuma. i have tried hard to like fujinoya, but it just hasn't hit me yet.

                1. re: raider

                  I like both Nanase and Azuma. They are the only places I eat sushi in Westchester I also see Nanase as more of an occasion place and Azuma as more accessible. I like Fujinoya for cooked food, but not so much for sushi. The sushi isn't bad there, but not in the same league as the others, IMO.