New Jersey, United States Food Guide: 3 Japanese food Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Hillsborough

December 13, 2019 Madelene Haan

Find out what Japanese restaurants to try in Hillsborough. Hillsborough Township is a township in Somerset County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 38,303, reflecting an increase of 1,669 (+4.6%) from the 36,634 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 7,826 (+27.2%) from the 28,808 counted in the 1990 Census.
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1. Sakura Sushi

220 Triangle Rd Unit 228, Hillsborough, NJ 08844-8102 Japanese, Sushi, Asian Dinner, Lunch +1 908-369-3112 http://www.sakurasushinj.com/
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4 based on 13 reviews

Reviewed By howard1117

Owned and run by a lovely, friendly couple, the restaurant is charming with fish tanks to add to the ambiance. Food is fresh and good. Favorite is the sukiyaki.

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2. Jumbo Palace

424 US Highway 206, Hillsborough, NJ 08844-5526 Chinese, Japanese, Sushi, Asian Dinner, Lunch Takeout, Seating, Delivery, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service +1 908-874-3050 http://www.jumbopalacerestaurant.com/#!
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4 based on 23 reviews

Jumbo Palace

Reviewed By Cleomissy

We were not excited with our take out order. I had Chicken with Mixed Vegetables. The sauce was thin and unfortunately, barely flavored the generous portions of chicken vegetables. It was, however, much better after a night in the fridge.

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3. Lee's Sushi

438 US Highway 206 Ste 5, Hillsborough, NJ 08844-5525 Japanese, Sushi, Asian Dinner, Lunch Wheelchair Accessible, Seating, Table Service, BYOB +1 908-829-3140 http://www.leessushi.com/
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4 based on 14 reviews

Reviewed By CapemayMarlin

As a family, we love sushi and also like to support local businesses but Lee's seems to fall short every time we eat there. First off, there is no atmosphere whatsoever - the owner/sushi chef is grumpy and not very nice. He never looks up from his station to great a customer and never cracks a smile. You'd think because he is so serious, his sushi would be great but it's not. Every roll I've ever had there is haphazardly put together and inevitably falls apart. A lot of the rolls have tempura fried ingredients so they lack that clean, fresh taste. The last time we were there, my son couldn't finish his spicy tuna roll because the tuna was brown and chewy. He ordered a side salad that was a tiny plate of iceberg lettuce with one slice of cucumber on it for $3.75. It's not the price that bothered me but the fact that it was a pathetic salad - charge more and make it look and taste like a real salad. There must be something missing in the preparation of the sushi rice that makes it fall apart. Service is okay - young college students who don't have a lot of knowledge about the menu or the order of serving foods but at least they are pleasant. Unfortunately, this is the last chance we are giving Lee's. Head further south on Route to Midori's sushi which is far superior.

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