- $26 for an all-you-can-eat Chinese and Japanese meal ($26 value) and three house wines, sakes, or house draft beers for one person, Sunday–Thursday ($6 value each; $44 total value)
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Chinatown East Restaurant
Chinatown East Restaurant's sushi dinners are quite the stroke of luck—they save diners the trouble of picking one favorite from the myriad rolls. The specialty Fire roll, for instance, ensconces lobster meat, kani, and mango, and comes crowned in spicy tuna. The classics, meanwhile, range from a california roll to a Spider roll, and there's sashimi, too, by the plateful.
And even if diners aren't choosing from the dozens of specialty sushi rolls, there are plenty of decisions for them to make. For one, they have to choose between Chinese and Japanese cuisine. Per its name, the eatery cooks up hundreds of Chinese staples, such as crowd-pleasing shredded duck, sauteed in scallions and served with plum sauce and pancakes. And Japanese fare doesn't end at sushi; the restaurant also serves dishes such as seafood teriyaki with lobster tail, shrimp, and scallops.