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Top Japanese Restaurants in New York City
Japanese cooking is much more than Tempura and Sushi and these Japanese restaurants in New York City will give you the opportunity to try some of the more unusual dishes.
1026 2nd Ave,
New York 10022
Restaurant ON is one of the Japanese restaurants in New York City that is on the higher end of the middle price range, right in midtown. Do try to make reservation at this one. You can pick from entrees that range in price from broiled chicken for $21.00 to broiled swordfish for $26.00., platters that range from a sushi platter for $32.00 to the sushi chef special for $47.00. If you want the full dining experience, try the Kaiseki Dinner- 7 Course $50, 9 Course $80 or 10 Course $110. Think dressy/casual.
252 W 43rd St,
Manhattan, New York 10036
Tycoon is one of the Japanese restaurants in New York City that is located right in the heart of Times Square, a great place to come for a before or after theater meal. Think dressy casual. You can make reservations on line. The menu is a combination of traditional Japanese, sushi and steak, so there is something for everyone. You can choose from Sushi or Sashimi ranging in price from $3.00 to $7.00, Rolls like the Dragon Roll which is made of crab, cucumber, sprouts eel and avocado cost $19,Chicken Teriyaki entree for $24.00 and Rack Of Lamb for $35.00
251 W 55th St
Manhattan New York 10019
Sugiyama is one of the Japanese restaurants in New York City that has something special for theater goers. They have a 2 course Pre oir Post Theater Menu for $32 with choices like Boiled octopus and Grilled steak or seafood, they also have a 5 Course Dinner for $52, a 8 Course Modern Kaiseki for $68, all the way up to a 8 Course Modern Kaiseki with Wagyu for $175. This is they only way they serve. No individual selections, but it is a true Japanese style meal. The dress is casual, on the dressy side. Do make reservations.
The Kitchen Club
30 Prince St
Manhattan, New York 10012
Lunch Tue-Fri: 12pm-4pm Dinner Tue-Sun: 6pm-11pm
The Kitchen Club is one of the Japanese restaurants in New York City that is in the up end of the mid price range. Make sure to make reservations. It is modern, sleek and the style is on the dressy side of casual. The menu changes with the seasons, so you might find something different when you come, but this will give you a good idea. They serve a mix of styles including Japanese specials like Miso Black Cod for $ 26, European style like Pink amp; Black Peppercorn Crusted Filet Mignon for $ 25 and wild game like Roasted Quail for $26.
Matsuya Japanese Restaurant
6 Great Neck Rd,
Great Neck,New York
Open 6 days a week. Closed on Sunday
Matsuya is one of the Japanese restaurants in New York City that is in the borough of Queens, right on the border of Nassau county. It is a sleek and modern restaurant, with a casual atmosphere. None of their items contain any type of pork. You can choose from items like Sirloin Steak Teriyaki for $26, Honey Sesame Chicken for $16.50 and Grilled Shrimp Teriyaki for $26.00. The restaurant is in a shopping mall, so reservations are not needed.
Kyoto Sushi Japanese amp; Thai Restaurant
15311 Union Tpke
Flushing, New York 11367
Monday to Thursday 11AM to 10: 30 PM, Friday 11 AM to 11:30 PM Saturday 12 noon to 11:30 PM Sunday 12 noon to 10 PM
Kyoto Sushi Japanese amp; Thai Restaurant is another of the Japanese restaurants in New York City that is located in Queens. The menu is a great combination of Japanese and Thai cooking and the style is casual, on the dressy side. The menu is very extensive. They do have some dishes that are special such as the shrimp tango for $14.95, chicken and vegetable tempura for $!4.95 and their special sushi for $19.95.
Iron Chef House
92 Clark St,
Brooklyn New York 11201
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:30am-2:45pm Sat: 1pm-4pm
Dinner Mon-Thu: 4:30pm-11pm Fri: 4:30pm-11:30pm
Sat: 4pm-11:30pm Sun: 4pm-10:30pm
Iron Chef House is one of the Japanese restaurants in New York City that is in the Borough of Brooklyn, in the downtown section. Lunch time here can be very busy, so try and come early. The entree choices include tempura dishes that range between $10.00 and $18.00, teriyaki dishes that range between $12.00 and $16.00 and a special combination box for dinner that costs $16.95. This is a great one to try if you are not familiar with Japanese cooking or for the time when you just cannot decide what to have.
333 Henry St,
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Lunch Mon-Fri: 12pm-2:30pm Dinner Mon-Thu: 5:30pm-10pm Fri-Sat: 5:30pm-10:30pm
Hibino is another one of the Japanese restaurants in New York City that is in Downtown Brooklyn. Again, restaurants in this neighborhood are busy at lunch. If you have been here before, they have a new menu, so you might have an entirely new dining experience. You can choose to buy each item individually, or get it with everything. Some of their featured items now are Broiled Salmon - $14 alone or $20 with everything and Beef Kakuni
$17 or $23.