Find out what Sushi restaurants to try in Scarsdale. Scarsdale is a town and village in Westchester County, New York. The Town of Scarsdale is coextensive with the Village of Scarsdale, but the community has opted to operate solely with a village government, one of several villages in the state that have a similar governmental situation. As of the 2010 census, Scarsdale's population was 17,166.
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Sushi was fresh and tasty but they were missing some selections. Other good dishes were the agedashi tofu (served separately from the sauce and well made) and seaweed salad.
KO Ko Sushi serves many types of sushi as well as warm dishes. I find their sushi comparable to any sushi I have ever had. Their ingredients are very fresh. The restaurant is small however there are several tables that you can eat in. It is also a great take out place. Very reasonable prices always good food.
4 based on 38 reviews
Another hidden NYC bar with atmosphere galore! I've been going to Lea Wine Bar for years. Located steps away from Grand Central Station, it's small and 'classic' NYC after work bar that upscale white collar workers stop for a drink with friends and colleagues before they jump on the train. They serve food there that is good and have a few tables, but very hard to find a one after work. But a classic.
4 based on 21 reviews
Since 1983, Azuma Sushi Restaurant has been providing the finest Traditional Sushi and Sashimi in Westchester. Our freshness and the quality of our food is only matched by our commitment to providing the highest level of customer service. Please Stop by f
This restaurant feels like a hidden gem in Hartsdale. You walk in, right past the chef preparing the sushi and are seated. Service is good, place always has people in it. I love the bento box meals personally, they give you a little of everything.
Generous portions of fresh raw tuna, red snapper, yellow-tail, salmon, and white tuna on brown rice, with California roll, and spicy tuna roll on the side made for a wonderful sushi lunch in this sweet neighborhood sushi restaurant.
This restaurant had been a favorite of my family for some years. The food (especially the specialty sushi rolls) is and always has been excellent. However, over the past year, changes in the quality of service have brought this restaurant down considerably. The current wait-staff speaks very little English and gets customers' orders wrong on a regular basis, such as bringing "salmon roll" (raw/uncooked salmon) to the table when what the customer ordered was called "summer roll" (crabmeat and shrimp, completely cooked). A very big mistake, especially when some customers are new to sushi and can't tell the difference, and end up eating raw fish instead of the thoroughly cooked meal that was ordered. This is a health concern, at the very least. The last time I was there, I overheard another customer asking a waiter "why the noodles looked green," only to have the waiter answer that he didn't know why. Even I know that it is probably because they are made with a green vegetable product (soy, seaweed, etc.). The current waitstaff are quite incompetent, and should be replaced with new people with better English skills and at least a basic knowledge of the food they are serving.
4 based on 39 reviews
For years, we had been regular luncheon guests at the Fujinoya Restaurant. The quality of the Japanese cuisine was always excellent. Being a Japanese family operated restaurant, the menu and food maintain the same. Only one advise, do prepare to be at the restaurant before 12:00 if you want to secure a table. No reservation is accepted.
3 based on 39 reviews
Finding a good sushi place is not an easy thing. Haiku has a very good mix of standard offerings and nice tasty special roles. Nothing to complain about the service and the food is of very good quality. Can recommend the place for a nice meal.
4 based on 18 reviews
We enjoyed South East Asia Cuisine, or "SEA" when we finally got around to trying it. It's clean and the food was pretty tasty. The sesame chicken is a favorite and the sweet and sour chicken was pretty good too. My wife liked the shrimp. The wonton soup is a nice choice too. Since wonton soup can be kind of watery in many restaurants, we were very pleased with the flavor of it here. The waitresses were friendly and attentive.
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