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November 22, 2009 - by CG News Desk

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Bluechili - A trendy Asian-fusion restaurant and sushi bar. "Very cool, all white interior" sports a water wall & lights that change as the night wears on. Its "killer drinks" & inventive dishes have met with early approval. -- Zagat survey 2004.

Ichiumi - NY's largest all-you-can-eat buffet with the freshest, finest Japanese cuisine. Artfully prepared sushi & sashimi along with traditional favorites such as beef teriyaki, tempura, tonkatsu, udon noodles, yakisoba, sukiyaki & gyoza dumplings. Plus a wide variety of seafood: snow crab legs, jumbo shrimp, oysters, baked swordfish, smoked salmon.

Inakaya - Tradition and enthusiasm. This is a place where customers and staff become one. With a 3-section kitchen (Robata Grill, Sushi Bar, and Main Kitchen) combining forces, they will enlighten you with fine dining. Their healthy selections of grilled vegetables, seafood, and meats are extraordinary, and the 33-seat “Robata” counter is an entertaining place to enjoy dinner. Come experience and be part of the legend.

Ishihama - Home to some of the city's best sushi and a variety of Japanese and Korean dishes. There's also a wide selection of non-sushi dishes and plum, rice, red and white wines. Prices are reasonable and service efficient and polite.

Ninja New York - A recreation of a hidden 18th-century Japanese ninja village. One-of-a-kind, very entertaining dining experience combined with spectacular high-end contemporary Japanese cuisine. Dishes are created by very experienced Japanese chefs and served by a ninja staff. Breaking new ground in service and in Japanese cuisine.


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