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Suzume

Suzume

Soul-warming noodle bowls and spicy butter wings are expertly balanced with crisp salads, addictive fish tacos, and out-there, but…

Momo Sushi Shack

Momo Sushi Shack

The lighting is dim (great for date nights), the vibe is casual (the long communal tables are a striking…

Ichiran

Ichiran

Known throughout Japan for its delicious tonkotsu (a Japanese broth made from eight-to-twelve-hour simmered pork-marrow), Ichiran opened in Bushwick…

Hiden

Hiden

If you’re in town for only one meal, eat here. Hidden within a nondescript taco joint is what may…

Chotto Matte

Chotto Matte

The late 1800s was a time of mass migration from Japan to Peru. One of the unexpected results is…

Takenoko Sushi

Takenoko Sushi

There are only about 8 seats at Chef Igarashi's sushi bar, and you will have to line up for…

Sake No Hana

Sake No Hana

Sake No Hana turns out some of the best sushi in London. The Kengo Kuma–designed restaurant is an interpretation…

Jidori

Jidori

"Jidori" is the Japanese word for chicken. And the restaurant lives up to its name. Most pieces come on…

INKO NITO

INKO NITO

A decade ago, the heading to Garey Street–a warehouse-packed, somewhat desolate stretch in DTLA–for dinner wouldn’t have even been…

Nuka

Nuka

This sister restaurant to Paia Fish Market is more subdued—but no less delicious. While the space is small, the…