Sizzling steaks, fine cocktails, and a pyrotechnic performance all come together at Shogun 22, one of Green Brook's favorite Japanese steakhouses since 1983. Served with dramatic flair?as well as literal flares?hibachi entrees like filet mignon, tilapia, and scallops are prepared on a tabletop grill by a showboating chef. They come sandwiched between a shrimp appetizer, grilled veggies, and a frosty bowl of ice cream. The kitchen is in charge of other rib-sticking dishes, like miso-drizzled salmon, crunchy shrimp tempura, and chicken katsu, while the sushi bar composes dozens of specialty rolls. Extend the creative flourishes to your drinks by downing a domestic or imported beer or an exotic beverage such as the ginger martini or the plum wine.
At Domo 7, patrons feast on a bounty of teriyaki, tempura, and seafood dishes, as well as dozens of sushi rolls with fresh fish, eel, and tempura lobster. Chefs dazzle diners with at-the-table meal preparation that blends showmanship and culinary knowhow.
An extensive menu sets Midori Japanese Restaurant apart. A dozen-plus hibachi dinner selections counter 20+ midori special rolls, including selections of Alaska crab, batter-fried sweet shrimp, and yellow fin tuna—which in the wild, amid a school of tuna, looks like the school bus. Sushi and sashimi abound, too.
The chefs at Ninja Sushi work behind a sleek black bar where they carefully meld ingredients together by hand to make colorful, flavorful rolls. Creatively named signature rolls include the Li'l Mermaid with tempura and cucumber inside and spicy caviar and scallion outside, as well as the Ninja Sandwich—spicy crunchy tuna, marinated crab meat, barbecued eel, and tobiko. Cooked Japanese specialities also emerge from the kitchen in the form of chicken katsu and teriyaki steak.
With a menu that includes hot and cold specialties, sushi and sashimi, and deep-fried delicacies, Midori Sushi has a dish to suit any taste. Meals can begin with cool, crispy, spicy lobster rolls or crispy Japanese chips topped with tuna and Scottish salmon. From there, things warm up with a steak-and-chicken hibachi dinner or a plate of Chilean-sea-bass teriyaki. Those who prefer their heat in the form of spice can try the Volcano roll, testing their taste buds’ strength against yellowfin tuna dressed with two kinds of spicy sauce. Those in search of noodle-based nourishment can dig into bowls of beef or chicken yaki udon or order a side of hibachi noodles to complement any dish or weave into a tasteful hibachi basket.
Tsuki Japanese Restaurant fetes its namesake country's cuisine with a broad menu of noodles, teriyaki, tempura, and sushi featuring three-dozen specialty rolls. House appetizers include the Festival—thin-sliced, seared white tuna adorned with caviar, carrots, seaweed, and bell peppers in a vinegar sauce. Snow White rolls wrap tempura red snapper, asparagus, and avocado in rice paper over spicy garlic sauce, and Zebra rolls top spicy tuna and cucumber with shredded shrimp, carrots, and a savory house sauce. Other dishes include teriyaki meats or tofu, udon noodles, and veggie or meat tempura.