Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Roslyn Heights. Roslyn Heights (aka The Heights) is both a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Nassau County, New York, United States. It is considered part of the Greater Roslyn area, which is anchored by the Village of Roslyn. The population was 6,577 at the 2010 census.
3 based on 91 reviews
Disappointing food and way too over crowded. The service was good, the food mediocre at best. The hibachi tables are way too close to each other, you couldn't fit another seat in there if you tried. The chicken was rubbery, and the overall appearance of the dining area is not what you expect at Japanese restaurant.Sean, on behalf of our team here at Benihana, we would like to sincerely apologize for your negative visit with us. With your feedback, we look forward to improving the guest experience, and would like to thank you for taking the time to share your review with us. If you would like to get in touch with our Guest Relations team, please do so via: benihanalistens.smg.com/
4 based on 182 reviews
Very nice Japanese buffet with all sorts of food items, soups, ramen, sushi, grill meats, and a lot more! Pace yourself, there's a lot to get through.
4 based on 50 reviews
GREAT Chinese food. Every dish is excellent. Try the "Peking Duck". Best you will find anywhere. Their chefs are authentic. Very busy place. The food is always fresh.If you don't see what you want on the menu, just ask, they will make anything.Really nice people....
We went here for a late lunch. While not the greatest as far as selection was concerned ,the sushi was fresh, well presented, and reasonable in price.
4 based on 16 reviews
This place used to be called Hokkaido. They've been there a long time. Staff is friendly and attentive. I go there often enough that they know me by name, know that I always drink seltzer and lemon. I sometimes go there with the boys, and sometimes with my wife. Now let me start by saying I like sushi. I mean, I really like sushi. Like, Greenpeace gets alerted when I arrive because I may deplete some species from the ocean. Sakaya is my favorite place. Although I recently reviewed the Marriott Grand Cayman and said their Tuna Tower is the best sushi dish I've ever had, my favorite roll is at Sakaya, The Rising Sun. Shrimp tempura and avocado, topped with real crab meat and caviar. Simple enough roll, but the textures, the warmth of the shrimp sort of melting the avocado...it's just beyond ridiculous how good that roll is. They have salmon belly on the menu. Think toro from a salmon. It's my new favorite thing. Their prices are slightly higher than other local places, but the quality of their fish is always better than anywhere else. It's worth every penny. It's my favorite place in NY, and there are numerous sushi restaurants to go to in NY.
4 based on 74 reviews
We always think of going to Kotobuki, but somehow never get there. We finally made it there for lunch and we were so happy we did. Kotobuki has the freshest fish and unbelievable rolls. We started off with edamame and the portion was tremendous. Then we had their tuna pizza. Besides being the best tuna pizza we have ever tasted, the portion was so large we had to take half of it home. The rice on the bottom was deep fried and then there was a layer of spicy tuna and a huge heaping of kani salad drizzled with eel sauce and spicy mayo. It was out of this world. We also had the daisy dukes and the hole in one rolls. Both we outstanding. We left Kotobuki with such a good taste in our mouths. It was worth the trip!
4 based on 151 reviews
stunning decor! it reflects the attention to detail that the owner (who also came to check in with us about the food) reflects. she is a beautiful and stylish woman and this gem of a restaurant reflects that in the food as well. the incredible artistry in presentation and the the delicious taste make this a must! i would go back to nyc just to eat here. and it's vegan friendly.
4 based on 28 reviews
Despite a relatively recent revamping of both venue and menu, Jade King remains an inexpensive, unimpressive, supremely forgettable Chinese restaurant. Craving a bit more mediocrity in your dining-out experience? Then don't delay; eat at Jade King today. Seriously, I'm not being unkind. There is simply NOTHING about this place worth singling out as being exceptionally good OR exceptionally bad. When explorer George Leigh Mallory (1886-1924) was asked by a reporter why he repeatedly made attempts to climb Mt. Everest, he famously responded, "Because it's there." In fairness to mountain climbers everywhere, Jade King is no Mt. Everest, but I'm convinced that the only reason one sees any customers IN the restaurant is because "it's there." 'Nuff said.
4 based on 173 reviews
My friend took us to Peter Lugers last night for the delicious steak and awesome bacon. He told us that he will take us to a Japanese restaurant and I did not keep high hope to have a great meal to begin with. While we were at Manhattan touring around, he called and told us that the dinner has moved earlier to 6 pm (instead of 7 pm). Otherwise, we need to wait for 9 pm. Itâs located in a premium mall with LV, Prada, Gucci and other brand name stores nearby or next to it. By the time we got there, the restaurant is already fully packed. We let our friend ordered the food since he had been here many times. I was amazed the âreasonableâ price in the menu knowing the Long Island (especially this Premium mall) is an upscale price area.We were shocked again when we saw and tasted the foods. The name says all, itâs an modern Asian including all Asian foods such as Japanese, Chinese, Thailand,... However, all dishes we had are great in layout, color, fresh, and tasted so yummy. No wonder the business is so good. Strongly recommended to make a reservation before you come to try this hidden gem. You will be shocked and fully enjoyed all dishes.
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