Japanese Restaurants in Bensonhurst

Up to 58% Off Sushi Meals at Cucumber Sushi and Salad Bar

Cucumber Sushi

$53 $25

Chefs at trendy sushi joint craft traditional and creative rolls for diners primed with pre-meal soup and salad

45% Off at Ginger Sushi Restaurant

Brooklyn

$20 $11

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Sixty-five kinds of rolls alongside other sushi, sashimi, and hot entrees such as teriyaki, hibachi dinners, and noodles for lunch or dinner

Half Off at Ani Sushi

between Clinton St & Henry St

$30 $15

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Chow down on specialty rolls full of lobster tempura or cucumber-wrapped tuna amidst clean, bright wooden furnishings

41% Off at Kumo Sushi

New York

$44 $26

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Enjoy all-you-can-eat sushi, which includes sushi, maki, and hand and special rolls, along with three drinks

Up to 62% Off Four-Course Dinner at Mika Japanese Cuisine & Bar

Downtown

$64 $29

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Small plates, such as aged tofu, whet appetites for specialty sushi rolls stuffed with fresh seafood from tuna to eel

Up to 58% Off Prix-Fixe Meal at Oriental Cafe New York

Upper East Side

$69.35 $29

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Intimate café blends Chinese and Japanese appetizers and entrees in a single menu including sushi and stir-fries

Up to 56% Off Sushi Meal for Two or Four at Ozu

Brooklyn Heights

$63 $29

Sushi filled with inventive combinations of fresh ingredients paired with appetizers, sake or specialty cocktails, and mochi ice cream

Up to 58% Off Japanese Brunch at Family Recipe

Bowery

$84 $35

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Home-cooking-inspired Japanese restaurant delights guests with a brunch including delicious entrees and tasty cocktails

Up to 50% Off at Sakebar SHiGURE

Tribeca

$40 $20

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15 types of shochu and 50 kinda of sake with Japanese food

Up to 56% Off Japanese Food at Asian Station 82nd

Upper East Side

$66 $29

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Between sips of beer, wine, or cocktails, duos dine on a shared appetizer and four sushi rolls

Up to 60% Off Sushi Meal at Amcook Fusion Cuisine

Amcook Fusion Cuisine

$73 $35

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Chefs craft amcook appetizers before coiling regular and specialty sushi rolls featuring ingredients such as avocado, rock shrimp, and eel

41% Off Sushi at Kumo Sushi

West Village

$44 $26

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All-you-can-eat sushi, hand rolls, and special rolls, served with beer, house wine, or sake

56% Off Prix-Fixe Dinner at Sushi Mambo50%

West Village

$70 $35

Prix-fixe spread of steaming bowls of miso, salmon and tuna nigiri, and crisp popcorn shrimp

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At South Fin Grill, the ocean breeze mingles with a menu of upscale seafood and steakhouse dishes praised by New York magazine. Amid what critic Ethan Wolff describes as a "priceless" ocean view, servers roll out lobster, crab, swordfish, and salmon incarnated as pasta, soup, and sushi dishes. The "turf" portion of the menu showcases grilled new york sirloin, filet mignon, and barbecued pork, but the focus once again turns seaside at a raw bar that features clams and oysters kept fresh by pearl-shaped breath mints.

Beams of blue and yellow lighting hover above the interior dining tables, each blanketed with a white tablecloth and centered with a flickering candle. Outside, the ocean deck's sea-blue umbrellas shelter views of the boardwalk, ocean, and seagull beach volleyball tourneys. The restaurant bolsters its elegantly plated cuisine with occasional entertainment acts, which have included DJs.

300 Father Capodanno Blvd
Staten Island,
NY
US

Though Fushimi Modern Japanese Cuisine & Lounge's menu and daily specials board boast French-inspired fusion food, its sushi is deeply rooted in tradition–and this combination has earned its dishes Zagat ratings and a Michelin recommendation. Chefs may reinterpret the presentation of Japanese staples—such as the tuna sashimi, which they set on broad leaves next to bean-sprout-entangled roe—but they still stay true to traditional flavors. By contrast, cooked fusion entrees tend to incorporate the unconventional, such as the tuna burger with spicy aioli, available on the weekend brunch menu, and the mushroom risotto made with black rice (a dish praised by New York Magazine in their critics' pick review.)

At all locations, the decor also melds old and new. At the bar at the Staten Island location, crimson light filters through a canopy of metallic foliage, casting a moody aura across Buddhist statuettes imported from Asia. The neon-lit Williamsburg location has a sleeker feel, its booths nestled in large circular openings that bring to mind subway tunnels or the oversized portholes of Paul Bunyan's mythical submarine. In Bay Ridge, the stateliness of traditional chandeliers contrasts with the bold colors of wall-sized photographs.

9316 4th Avenue
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Since he was a child in the Ukraine, chef Dmitry Rodov has appreciated the art of cooking. Like his pastry-chef father, he spent some time as a limousine driver once he reached the United States, but as soon as he’d saved up enough money, Dmitry returned to his true passion.

As a classically trained chef, Dmitry has great respect for French cooking methods, and he fuses French traditions with Japanese, Russian, and Mediterranean techniques. The result: Riviera Grill & Sushi Restaurant, where the menu’s foie gras feels just as at home as plates of raw oysters, Kobe mini sliders still hot from the shrink ray, and signature sushi rolls dreamt up by Dmitry himself. If the restaurant’s one-of-a-kind cultural fusion doesn’t say enough about its gourmet take on global favorites, a quick perusal of its online gallery proves Riviera’s uniqueness with colorful, sculptural arrangements of food.

3100 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Equally versed in the cuisines of China and Japan, the chefs at China Tokyo Restaurant stir-fry aromatic platefuls of diced vegetables and tender meats as well as deftly assemble orders of fresh sushi. Incorporating either white or brown rice, they forge Chinese entrees by sautéing handfuls of ingredients—including bok choy, roasted pork, and bamboo—beneath a number of sweet, savory, and fiery sauces. In addition to bundling traditional sushi rolls, the chefs can inject a modern twist by layering arugula, sliced strawberries, or red-curry mayonnaise alongside the delicately sliced seafood.

Cylindrical pendant lights dangle from the dining room's ceilings and cast a gentle glow across the dark floors and walls of exposed brick. Against one of these walls, a line of high-backed booths seats guests beneath a display of ceramic vases whose blue designs are actually the fingerprints of baby smurfs.

5908 Avenue
Brooklyn,
NY
US

The soft glow of pendant lamps illuminates exposed-brick walls and rustic wood tables inside Kushibar, where diners share tapas and clink glasses of sake. Named for kushiyaki, the Japanese word for skewers, Kushibar specializes in grilled lineups of beef short ribs, quail, and other sumptuous meats and veggies. Chefs fortify these skewers with small plates doused in rich sauces, from the pan-fried scallops' buttery dressing to the sautéed mussels' spicy wasabi, which delivers a kick as zesty as a spice rack strapped to a chorus line. From behind two different bars, chefs roll together eel, cucumber, and caviar, and slice fresh sashimi while servers pour pints of imported beer and hot and cold sake. Patrons can sip their libations from the vantage point of a bright red bar stool, or tote drinks to the basement for karaoke sessions or private parties.

6005 Fort Hamilton Pkwy
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Tradition takes an experimental turn at Ngi Japanese Fusion, where chefs have set Japanese staples alongside jicama, ravioli, chowder, brandy butter sauce, crab bisque, and other creative fixings. Using fresh, organic ingredients and seafood that's delivered daily, they turn out filets and curry pots and craft exotic maki rolls with sweet potato tempura, asparagus, avocado, salmon, shrimp, and crab. The restaurant's contemporary space beautifully complements the chef's efforts—slick white seating, dark wood tables, a tiled bar glowing with neon blue lights, and glimmering silver tassels dangling between booths all give the décor a futuristic flare and diners a conversation starter as they sneak bites from other tables' plates.

8318 3rd Avenue
Brooklyn,
NY
US