Japanese Restaurants in New York

45% Off at Ginger Sushi Restaurant

Brooklyn

$20 $11

(24)

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

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 50% Off Hibachi at Samurai Japanese Restaurant

Colonie

$47.90 $27.50

Scallops, steak, chicken, and fish hibachi entrees come with soup or salad, two pieces of shrimp, vegetables, fried rice, and noodles

Half Off Japanese Cuisine at Ichi Riki

Elmsford

$25 $12.50

Spicy tuna rolls, eel-avocado rolls, and bento boxes with tempura and a variety of sides on a savory menu of familiar Japanese cuisine

Half Off Japanese Food at Fuji Mountain Japanese Steakhouse

Larchmont

$50 $25

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Chefs flip filet mignon and scallops at their hibachi stations and hand roll fresh sushi

50% Off Japanese Cuisine at Mitsuba

Multiple Locations

$22 $11

(10)

Delectable sushi such as Crazy Eel rolls and Sunshine rolls, with spicy crabmeat and avocado, as well as hibachi salmon, shrimp, and steak

Up to 58% Off a Sushi Meal at Cucumber Sushi and Salad Bar

Amboy Rd.

$53 $25

(23)

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

50% for Japanese Food at Ichiro Modern Japanese Cuisine

White Plains

$40 $20

(24)

Sushi, sashimi, and innovative Japanese food

Up to Half Off Sushi and Asian Cuisine at Red & Blue

Troy

$30 $15

(22)

Wide variety of Asian dishes ranging from roast duck noodle soup to yellowtail-stuffed sushi rolls

Up to 56% Off Japanese and Asian Cuisine at New Yu Me 

East Rockaway

$79 $39

(6)

Specialty sushi rolls, teriyaki and tempura, and pan-Asian dishes such as lo mein and thai curry

43% Off at Duo Modern Japanese Cuisine & Lounge

Saratoga Springs

$30 $17

(37)

Eatery offers a fusion of Japanese, Italian, and French cuisine such as roasted duck, mushroom black risotto, salmon tartar, and sushi

Up to 53% Off at Shiki Japanese Restaurant

Smithtown

$30 $15

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Feast on dishes such as vegetable tempura, lobster salad, chicken teriyaki, hibachi salmon, and creative sushi rolls

Up to 50% Off Sushi at Lucky Oriental

ronkonkoma

$20 $11

More than 20 maki rolls served alongside sashimi crafted from fresh seafood such as squid, octopus, and red snapper

48% Off at East Palace Buffet Restaurant

Clifton Park

$24.98 $13

(15)

Lunch and dinner buffets offer diners a variety of freshly prepared fried rice, tempura, and meat dishes

Up to 50% Off Fusion Cuisine at Laverne of Great Neck

Great Neck Plaza

$30 $15

(62)

Japanese, French, and Thai cuisines overlap culinary worlds; voted among the top of Long Island's fusion restaurants

Up to 50% Off Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Hito Restaurant

Mount Kisco

$30 $15

(22)

Specialty sushi rolls with ingredients from wasabi-spiked lobster and yuzu-mango sauce to fried soft-shell crab and basil leaves

Up to 50% Off at Kawa Japanese Cuisine

Liverpool

$30 $15

(18)

Traditionally prepared sushi and cooked entrees showcase fresh fish and creative ingredients such as jalapeño, mango, and fried banana

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

Upper East Side

$66 $29

(39)

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

Half Off at Ani Sushi

between Clinton St & Henry St

$30 $15

(64)

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

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

Downtown

$64 $29

(43)

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

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

50% Off Japanese and Chinese Food at Okinawa

Wynantskill

$30 $15

(26)

Diners enjoy a variety of Japanese and Chinese dishes, including bento boxes and general tso’s chicken

50% Off Japanese Cuisine at Wasabi Sushi

Oceanside

$60 $30

Chefs prepare specialty rolls that are raw and spicy, as well as sashimi, handrolls, tempura, and teriyaki dinner entrees

Up to 60% Off Sushi Meal at Amcook Fusion Cuisine

Amcook Fusion Cuisine

$73 $35

(24)

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

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

Upper East Side

$69.35 $29

(34)

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

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

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

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

Up to 58% Off Japanese Brunch at Family Recipe

Bowery

$84 $35

(42)

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

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109 1st Ave
New York,
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

"It sounds like an NYU student’s dream come true," Time Out New York said about Cafetasia, "a sleek eatery on 8th Street serving dishes for less than $10." Indeed, the eatery stands out as a Greenwich Village haven for patrons seeking an innovative dining experience that nonetheless manages to feel inviting and deeply familiar. This sense of déjà vu is most likely triggered by Cafetasia’s cafeteria-style wooden tables—imported from Europe one splinter at a time and reassembled here. These communal tables invite guests to share elbow space as well as a bit of conversation with their fellow diners, much like in a college dining hall.

And much like a dining hall, the menu emphasizes the power of choice by offering a spread of tapas-style small plates; however, the chefs' skills with pan-Asian flavors elevate the cuisine above any cafeteria buffet. Borders don't constrain the chefs' ambition, and they jump from Japan and China to Thailand and Vietnam as they forge their shareable plates. In addition to curries tinged with aromatic doses of basil, pumpkin, or roasted chilies, the menu features teriyaki-glazed chicken, spring rolls with a pineapple-vinaigrette dipping sauce, and ginger-kissed chicken gyoza, which New York magazine called "addictive."

Cafetasia's dining room's décor also aims for a balance between the modern and the familiar. Suspended electric candlesticks seem to float above the tables, casting their gentle light across the rich wooden walls and ceiling. A burnished Buddha statue and a leafy potted plant lend a bit of traditional flair to the restaurant's warm and inviting ambiance.

36 E 8th St
New York,
NY
US

Sushi Nagasaki fuses the cylindrical sensations of sushi with the spicy servings of Thailand, creating an alluring Asian-cuisine mixture. Appease even the most cantankerous of tongue receptors with the eel-and-cucumber-stuffed dragon roll, the California roll crested with fish roe, or the spicy tuna hand roll twined with lettuce and cooling cucumber (all priced at $8.95). Thai creations such as the evil red curry ($7.75), a sinful mix of bamboo shoots, green beans, coconut milk, and basil leaves. Or try the less devious yellow curry ($7.75), a combination of savory Thai spices, potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, coconut milk, and onions that can readily fill torso purses with the sustenance needed to reach the paradoxically parallel high and low branches of the world tree. And the stir-fried broccoli ($7.75) places enough green stalks on your plate to create a micro-forest for a kind-hearted troll. All curries come with a choice of beef, chicken, pork, or shrimp for $1 extra.

3189 Delaware Ave
Buffalo,
NY
US

Without a month or so of vacation, it'd be almost impossible to sample authentic noodle dishes from four different countries. However, aja noodle co. can help you accomplish this feat over the course of a single lunch hour. Its pan-Asian menu incorporates regional dishes from Japan, China, Vietnam, and Thailand.

Though the food has its roots in tradition, it's all fully customizable. Guests choose which protein—including veggies, tofu, chicken, beef, or shrimp—they want mixed in with their pad thai or rice bowls. They can also swap out one type of noodles for another, perhaps exchanging lo mein for soba or rice noodles for shoelaces they brought from home. Sauces infused with spicy black beans or sweet coconut milk give the bowls a flavorful base, and vegetarian and vegan options are available for folks with dietary restrictions.

2602 Elmwood Ave
Rochester,
NY
US

Star chef and restaurateur Peter Xaviar Kelly opened his first restaurant, Xaviar’s in Garrison, when he was 23. Since then he has battled Bobby Flay, cooked at the James Beard House, introduced Anthony Bourdain to the Hudson Valley's bounty, and opened more restaurants. At his latest, Xaviars X2O on the Hudson, the Zagat-rated menu mixes Asian embellishments with Italian and Spanish touches and traditional French techniques. Thai barbecue, for example, spices the grilled portuguese octopus appetizer, and a brown-sugar-cayenne crust plays off the béarnaise sauce that tops aged-and-grilled cowboy rib eye steaks. In the Dylan Lounge, chefs slice sushi rolls into edible artworks such as jalapeño hamachi with pumpkin-seed oil.

An active turn-of-the-century Victorian pier hosts Xaviars' dining room on the Hudson. Vaulted 25-foot ceilings take support from three walls of glass that grant sweeping views of the Tappan Zee and George Washington Bridges, pepper dinners with sunsets over the Palisades, and allow guests to keep eyes out for approaching giants. Inside, dark-wood furniture, mod lighting, and stark white tablecloths set an elegant stage for edible performances.

71 Water Grant St
Yonkers,
NY
US