Japanese Restaurants in West New York


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  • Cafe Zaiya
    Located in New York, Cafe Zaiya is a hugely-popular bakery that offers amazing tea and tasty coffee. This restaurant delivers an unforgettable dining experience set in a familiar vibe. It's a culinary destination for guests seeking great quality and a pleasant staff. There's no specific recommended attire, so feel free to dress casually and comfortably. Also, though the overall price can be a bit on the low side, you won't be sacrificing any quality. In fact, you should be able to enjoy a good meal for $11 or $12, and can probably get in and out for $8 if you try. At some point, everyone should try the bento box, the spicy tuna, or the donuts, as all three are fantastic. In terms of the restaurant itself, most local parents will tell you that it's a good place to bring the kids, as well. A reputable favorite for lunch in East Village, Cafe Zaiya definitely won't leave you disappointed. The food, in general, is "interesting" and "good." Specifically, the green tea is touted to be "great," Also, its baked goods are known to be "authentic," while the desserts are "yummy" and "awesome," the flavor is "good," and the lunch is "good." Visitors to the restaurant have the ability to park nearby on the street.
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    69 Cooper Square
    New York, NY US
  • Naruto Ramen
    For fresh maki, New York's Naruto Ramen has got you covered. Low-fat is one factor and amazing taste is another. Come see which wins out at Naruto Ramen. Be sure to take advantage of Naruto Ramen's BYOB policy and bring along your own beer or wine. Complete your meal with the perfect glass of wine or beer from Naruto Ramen's drink list. The dress code at Naruto Ramen is as relaxed as the ambience, so wear whatever suits you. Can't stay long? Not a problem with the restaurant's take-out and delivery options. Don't waste time on public transportation! Bring your own wheels to the restaurant and easily park nearby. Don't feel like driving to Naruto Ramen? Catch a nearby bus or train at 86 St. (4, 5, 6, 6X) and 96 St. (4, 6, 6X). Naruto Ramen is home to many cyclists who appreciate the parking racks outside. Don't forget to bring cash — Naruto Ramen does not accept credit cards.
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    1596 3rd Ave
    New York, NY US
  • Ko Sushi Japanese Restaurant
    Natural light floods Ko Sushi’s dining room through the restaurant’s windowed façade, glimmering across the blond woodwork, lantern-like pendant lamps, and clusters of thin tree trunks that help to "[one-up] the usual sushi-bar look," according to Time Out New York. Within this casual-and-inviting setting, the chefs put diners at ease by re-creating a handful of Japan's iconic dishes. In addition to forging more than 20 sushi rolls—filled with everything from spicy tuna to sweet potato—the chefs grill chicken yakitori, glaze lobster with teriyaki sauce, and tempura fry batches of shrimp and vegetables. To accompany these meals, the Zagat-rated eatery also features a selection of three sakes that are imported from Japan via carrier pigeon.
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    1329 2nd Ave
    New York, NY US
  • Top Chef Sushi
    With a name like Top Chef Sushi, it's only natural that a restaurant would boast an ambitious menu and a staff of highly skilled maki artisans. Traditional, new classic, and inventive dishes abound, as do unexpected cultural collisions and unfamiliar ingredients. Those seeking a traditional taste opt for fresh slices of sashimi, or bite into layers of chili oil-laced tuna. New classic rolls range from the spider roll to the Philly roll, so named because it was invented by chef Benjamin Franklin. Roast meat and hoisin sauce comprise the Peking Duck roll, while the Angry Dragon pairs papaya with spicy tuna, spicy crab, and tempura tuna. Plum paste and shiso leaf shine in the ume shiso roll. Salads, appetizers, and red bean ice cream make the menu—and meals—complete.
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    667 10th Ave
    New York, NY US
  • Ippudo Westside
    Shigemi Kawahara may be better known by his nickname: The Ramen King. The owner of Ippudo NY oversees 43 ramen restaurants in his native Japan, and collectively they provide hot bowls of noodles and broth to some 20,000 Japanese customers every day. Ippudo NY is the chain’s first overseas venture, so it marks the first time Kawahara has brought the eatery's signature brand of “Japanese soul food” stateside and the first time he's had to drive a bowl of soup to get its photo taken for a passport. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant serves an impressive selection of ramen dishes and hot and cold noodles that have earned plaudits from the New York Times.
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    321 West 51st Street
    New York, NY US
  • Totoya Restaurant
    For fresh maki, New York's Totoya Restaurant has got you covered. Plan to indulge a bit at Totoya Restaurant, though, because they don't offer any low-fat fare. You'll find a wonderful selection of drinks from Totoya Restaurant's full bar to top off your meal. Big parties won't feel squeezed in at Totoya Restaurant, which offers great seating for large groups. Be sure to make reservations so you can get seated right away. Take it nice and easy at Totoya Restaurant, where casual dress is the rule of the day. Call Totoya Restaurant for catering if you have a big event coming up. null Chow down for less at Totoya Restaurant, where a meal almost always costs under $15.
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    1144 1st Avenue
    New York, NY US

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