Japanese Restaurants in Selden

Hibachi Cuisine for Two or Four at Akita Japanese Steak House (Up to 42% Off)

Akita Japanese Steak House

Fairfield

Hibachi-grilled filet mignon, chicken, Angus beef, lobster, and scallops prepared by chefs who double as entertainers and grillmasters

$30 $18

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$30 for $50 Worth of Japanese Cuisine at Matsu Sushi

Matsu Sushi

Westport

Dozens of sushi rolls made with squid and fatty tuna, plus hibachi meals of steak, shrimp, and salmon, all served in a grand former theater

$50 $30

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Japanese Cuisine with Drinks at Blue Fish Japanese Restaurant and Lounge (Up to 66% Off). Two Options Available.

Blue Fish Japanese Restaurant and Lounge

Hicksville

Savor hibachi steak, fresh sashimi, and speciality sushi rolls complemented by domestic beer on draft or hot sake

$35 $14

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$18 for $30 or $35 for $60 Worth of Sushi and Asian Cuisine for Dinner at Komo (Up to 42% Off)

Komo Sushi

Bellmore

Sushi filled with fresh tuna, crab, and fried shrimp, or pan-Asian entrees such as pad Thai, Mongolian beef, and pineapple fried rice

$30 $18

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16-Course Sushi Dinner with Sake Pairings for Two at Miya's Sushi (Up to 55% Off)

Miya's Sushi

Chapel West District of New Haven

16-course dinner with sake pairings at innovative restaurant lauded for sustainable sushi

$174 $79

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Sushi and Japanese Food at Sushi Mizu (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Sushi Mizu

New Haven

Sushi made with fluke, crabmeat, and mango served alongside Japanese classics, such as seaweed salads and beef teriyaki

$25 $12.50

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Working behind his traditional, glass-front sushi bar, Chef Sho makes believers out of discriminating palates by forging an alluring Japanese menu of delicately fried delights and richly flavored fish straight from the sea. Warm, exotic appetizers such as broiled squid fire gustatory starting pistols before diners delve into heartier entrees from the kitchen, including beef marinated in teriyaki sauce, pork sautéed in ginger sauce, and vegetable tempura.

Ranked first of 177 Zagat rated sushi restaurants, Takara Japanese Restaurant’s sushi bar showcases Sho’s knack for marrying unique flavors, as tasted in the Love lobster roll, whose spicy mayo adds a tangy zest to sweet crustacean flavors. Rather than swallowing a television remote, diners can mute growling stomachs with the Oz roll’s blend of tuna and buttery avocado sliced with laser-like precision. Takara Japanese Restaurant offers catering for private and holiday events, please contact for more information.

1708 Veterans' Memorial Highway
Islandia,
NY
US

Long Island's Hana Japanese Restaurant dishes out sushi, teriyaki, and other Asian cuisine beneath the glow of lantern-like hanging lamps. Within the moss-green walls of the dining room, diners feast on maki rolls and sashimi feasts; exposed wooden rafters recall the restrained aesthetics of traditional Japanese architecture. Korean dishes such as bulgogi and bibimbap round out the dinner menu, and diners can cap off meals with fried or regular ice cream in flavors such as green tea or ginger.

21 Oakland Ave.
Port Jefferson,
NY
US

Sushi Ichi Japanese Restaurant's seasoned chefs recruit fresh fish and sticky morsels of rice to build a menu stacked with more than 50 types of maki rolls. The culinary team fills seaweed-wrapped cylinders with predetermined combinations of snow crab, tuna, and salmon, as well as custom-builds sushi rolls to incorporate diners' favorite ingredients. Thai and Chinese dishes also abound and include classics such as spicy kung pao chicken, shrimp pad thai, and green and red curries flanked by rich coconut rice.

700 Route 25A
East Setauket,
NY
US

LED lights brighten Sumou Hibachi & Sushi's chic dining room, casting a neon glow over a stone-accented wall. Diners sip drinks around tables outfitted with grills while hibachi chefs sear filet mignon, lobster tails, and shrimp, ladling the proteins onto plates with sizzling rice and other sides. Behind the sushi bar, chefs fashion fresh seafood into specialty rolls.

556 Route 25A
St. James,
NY
US

Wild Ginger’s crew draws upon culinary traditions from Japan, Thailand, and China as the chefs slice burdock root, shiitake mushrooms, and lemongrass. In the bustling kitchen, they decorate colorful eats with tobiko and curlicues of honey-infused wasabi. Steam trickles from bowls of noodles and tempura-battered lobster. Servers whisk the newly minted dishes out to the yellow, orange, and green dining room, delivering them to tables of guests and cartoon silverware seeking a night away from the demands of constant singing.

69 Smithtown Boulevard
Smithtown,
NY
US

Traditional Japanese sliding doors sit next to recessed lighting that glows with the neon hue of a thumping nightclub. This juxtaposition of ancient heritage and fresh innovation extends to the steak house's menu, which features surprising takes on the maki sushi roll staple. The Passion roll, for instance, kisses its white tuna with a searing flame before pairing it with juicy mango for a sweet and savory juxtaposition. The evocatively named Hot Girl Roll, on the other hand, bundles together different types of seafood, with crab and salmon complementing each other's marine flavors. Those sitting at the hibachi grill can enjoy the traditional acrobatic show, with dextrous chefs cooking up steak, chicken, and shrimp, then flipping finished morsels through the air and into diners' mouths and the air ducts as special treats for the AC repairman.

41 Highway 111
Smithtown,
NY
US