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Kevin Cory's newest undertaking, N, which opened July, is far different from the neighboring Brickell Key omakase temple that earned him bundles of praise.
Sushi Maki, a Miami-based sushi eatery, was named the No. 2 airport restaurant in the country by Travelers Today.
Apparently eating sushi three times a week doesn't make you an expert. According to Tokyo sushi chef Naomichi Yasuda, we've been doing it all horribly wrong.
Ever since I learned that mixing ketchup and mayonnaise tastes better than store-bought Thousand Island dressing, I've always experimented with sauces.
Katana La Maison Blanche Hotel 11 Stearns Point Road Shelter Island 749-1633 Dinner from 6 p.m., through at least Labor Day What is the best number of people to bring along for a restaurant review? Logic would suggest the more the merrier; you get a chance to try more dishes.
The restaurant, which is located at the intersection of West Lake Road and Clifton Drive in the former Clifton Manor, has been totally updated inside and out.
Sushi nerds, the time has come to stop lamenting that you can't drop by the Tokyo fish market every morning.
It might sound like a big-city concept - serving Mexican food and sushi at the same restaurant - but really, it was just a matter of common sense for Phyu Kyi, owner of Bento Cafe Mexican Grill & Sushi at 550 N. Ridge Road.
Katana Bento Box comes with teriyaki chicken, tempura shrimp and vegetables, a California roll and a salad.
Prices: Appetizers, $1.50-$10.95. Entrees, $8.95-$19.95. Sushi, $3.95-$6.95. Rolls, $3.95-$8.95.
For those diners wishing to have a fine dining experience while eating healthy, this Darden restaurant is a top pick.
After months of fever-pitch anticipation and then hour-plus waits for weeks after opening, things have calmed down enough at the new Slurping Turtle Japanese noodle house in Ann Arbor that normals can now get a table at 6 p.m. on a Friday.
Downtown's ~PABU~ is now open for lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30am-2pm. The menu is a bit scaled back from dinner, with a selection of small plates, larger dishes, and sushi and sashimi.
A classic croque-madame is a grilled ham and cheese sandwich topped with bchamel sauce and a fried egg.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 08:33 am
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