Find out what Sushi restaurants to try in East Hanover. East Hanover Township is a township in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 11,157, reflecting a decline of 236 (-2.1%) from the 11,393 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 1,467 (+14.8%) from the 9,926 counted in the 1990 Census. The manufacturing plant of Mondelēz International (formerly Nabisco) and the pharmaceutical company Novartis are located in East Hanover.
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4 based on 13 reviews
Japanese restaurant offering sushi and kitchen. We offer made to order AYCE lunch and Dinner menu. We also have a la carte dine in menu and offer take out. BYOB friendly.
Sakana is a new comer to the all-you-can-eat sushi / Japanese food trend.The place was decent and new. The servers were attentive but food can be slow during peak dining time. Some of our orders were not processed correctly (Those items with more expensive ingredients like salmon roe). The restaurant deliberately "forgot" to prepare. Happened more than once. Steam egg, hand rolls, and salmon skin (AKA cheap stuff) never caused any issue. If one insists, the order will be fulfilled, of course. Food wise, the selection covers most typical Japanese faire. Tuna tartar appetizer was excellent especially. Fun rolls are enormous and fulfilling. Lunch for $15pp is such a bargain. We will come back again but then we will verify the items ordered one by one.
4 based on 118 reviews
Nikko Japanese Restaurant serves authentic Japanese Cuisine. Located in Whippany, NJ for twelve years Nikko has been voted Best Japanese by New Jersey Monthly Readers Choice Awards. Traditional Japanese style Tatami room available for both regular dining
I tried their Shogayaki for the first time. It's basically thinly sliced meat (chicken/pork/beef your choice, different prices) stirred fried in a sweet and savory sauce with some shredded veggies. The flavor was good. The dish is reasonably filling. I am 5'8'' 168# male who eats sensibly. The dish comes with a side salad (ginger dressing, yum) and miso soup. After tax and pre-tips, the final bill was less than $10. It has great value.
3 based on 21 reviews
Heard lots about this place and decided to try it. I donât know what the smell of Chinese restaurant which is very weird. We got the table. There were 8 stations with food-deserts-salads-fruits. God, this place was full of foods and one can get confused about what to eat. I did not try sushi so can't comment but I tried fried chicken-fried donut-chicken-egg roll-crab cake-potato-teriyaki chicken-fried rice-soup-dimshum-fries and many things. Means I did try so many things but at the end of the meal, I was like âyeah it was okay mealâ despite so many options. One can get seafood options with oysters-crab, meatballs, pizza. There were 6-7 types of fruits and so many options in deserts but yeah it was okayPrice was good though, only $8.5 on Friday lunch. Yeah for once you can go but I donât think I ll go there again
4 based on 63 reviews
Portions are massive and the fish is really fresh. No delivery which is kind of an inconvenience. They always get the order right and seaweed salad is good too.
3 based on 11 reviews
Place is very pretty, Chef was entertaining. We had sushi and hibachi meals. The used teriyaki sauce in everything. The noodles, rice and meat were sweet. We've been to many Hibachi steak houses before, and never had them make their food with Teriyaki sauce. The sushi was good though. They had pop/rock music playing, not fitting the atmosphere. Wasn't horrible, but won't probably go back. Like Benihanna or Sakura better.
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