Find out what Japanese restaurants to try in West Islip. West Islip is a hamlet and CDP located in the Town of Islip in Suffolk County, New York, United States. Situated on the South Shore of Long Island, the population of the CDP was 28,335 at the time of the 2010 census.
Things to do in West Islip
4 based on 22 reviews
Another dinner before a great show at the Boulton Center in Bay Shore. Mitsui is on the corner so the window seats have a great view of town. Dim light, candles, a sophisticated atmosphere make this a perfect date place. The booths are great for family gatherings. And you can't beat the prices!! We ordered the Fancy Tuna roll, the yummi roll and two cooked shrimp rolls (Boston and Tempura) for the not too adventurous me. They were amazing. The Yummi roll should be called the super awesome roll. Just a wonderful time. Full bar, pleasant service. Just terrific.
4 based on 27 reviews
Very good Asian cuisine. Very good pad Thai. Good sake. Friends loved sushi catsu chicken meals. Would recommend this place to anyone in the area. Very conveniently located in the center of town. Staff were very professional. Would eat here again.
4 based on 14 reviews
This restaurant is consistently good, has friendly service, well priced and is quick and convenient.The food is delicious. They always welcome you with warm towelettes. Everything is fresh and it is always enjoyable. Parking could be tough on busier days in the lot, but you could easily park up Main Street. Easy on the wallet and even offers some discounts every now and again!! Worth the visit!
4 based on 73 reviews
They are well reviewed on Yelp, and as a contributor, I vouch for their awesomeness.
Decided to have early dinner here (4:30pm) on a Sunday after watching a show at the nearby Argyle Theater. There is nice parking lot in the rear of the theater and plenty of street parking. The food is decent quality (sashimi, special rolls, udon noodle) but the pineapple shrimp fried rice is pink color (weird) and not the tastiest. The service is good. The tables (not the bench ones) are a bit crowded. There are a few other Japanese restaurants in the nearby vicinity so not sure if I will be returning here.
4 based on 87 reviews
From the hip decor to the extensive menu Bayshore has a real gem of a Japanese restaurant. Although Sushi is the most prominent offering, the Hibachi steak and lobster was superb. The waitress offered a tasting of many Saki brands and couldn't have been more accommodating. We had many types of Sushi rolls one better than the next. Ice cream for dessert. Worth the trip.
4 based on 100 reviews
Went to this on a recommendation from another recommendation. Something must have gotten lost in the translation because it was not good. The atmosphere was dreary, the sushi was too warm and worst of all they don't serve cocktails. For an appetizer I ordered the Crab Salad and it was drenched in mayo. With all the fabulous sushi places on Long Island, I would skip this one altogether.
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