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  • 1. Roc-N-Ramen

  • 2. Dumpling + Noodle

    At Dumpling + Noodle, the house special buns (two for $5.95), takes those miraculously soft, foamy white steamed buns, slicks them with sweet hoisin sauce, then folds them taco-style around succulent slices of roasted duck. Each fluffy/chewy bite offers carnal, crisp duck deliciously offset by crunchy cucumber sticks. Be forewarned: You’ll have to fight your Read more...
    Indian $$$ This stylish restaurant features locally sourced ingredients and bold Indian flavors, plus craft beer and organic wines. Closed Mon. 154 Larchmont Ave, Larchmont; 914.235.1306;   Main photo by John Bruno Turiano
  • 4. Durian

    Named for the pungent Asian fruit, Durian serves authentic Thai cuisine (less sticky sugar, more bright acidity) featuring lesser-known ingredients, such as sweet sticky rice with its namesake fruit. Closed Mon. 147 Chatsworth Ave, Larchmont; 914.833.1900;
  • 5. HAPA

    Don’t expect a boring pretzel or brat here. Just like its creative beers (Toasted Marshmallow IPA, anyone?) the bar-food menu is a little extra. The key to beer-snack success: enlisting the chef of cultish Stamford-based food truck Hapa to create a Filipino-influenced menu of umami-bomb dishes like bulgogi fries with shredded brisket, Manchego, and sesame-soy Read more...
  • 6. Iso Japanese

    From the owners of KOKU in Armonk, this Boyce Thompson Center restaurant offers signature sushi rolls, poke, and mains like organic basil chicken and sesame tuna. 1086 N Broadway, Yonkers; 914.963.0777;
  • 7. KUMO Sushi Lounge

    Among the first trays to empty at any festive function is the sushi platter; this is especially true when it’s a KUMO platter. Like so many gleaming multicolored edible gemstones, the array of pristine fish combined with playful and artistic presentations guarantee your get-together will be elevated into a memorable, crowd-pleasing sushi shindig.     Read more...
  • Find authentic Japanese at this Yonkers gem, offering high-quality hibachi, sushi, sashimi, and more. 531 Warburton Ave;
  • 9. Little Thai Kitchen

  • 10. Akai Lounge

    In the space formerly occupied by Lange’s of Scarsdale, this contemporary restaurant boasts modern, inspired Japanese cuisine with a menu of traditional (sushi, sashimi, teriyaki) and nontraditional offerings (tuna guacamole, lobster pizza, renegade rolls) paired with sake and martinis. 57 Spencer Pl, Scarsdale; 914.722.2022;  
  • 11. Jewel of Himalaya

  • 12. Vietnam’s Central

    Inspired by his native Vietnam, Chef Tuong Bui strikes just the right balance of sweet, salty, bitter, sour, and spicy at this hidden gem. 694 Central Park Ave;    Best of Westchester 2018 - Best South County 

    13. Sushi Mike’s

    Popular for its special sushi rolls (the "Out of Control" is a favorite), this neighborhood Japanese restaurant is often packed. In addition to the sushi and sashimi specials and maki rolls, hot entrées are offered. Open for lunch and dinner Mon to Sat; dinner only on Sun. Reservations suggested. 146 Main St;   Best Read more...
  • 14. Masala Kraft CafÈ

  • 15. Little Thai Kitchen

      Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Thai Restaurant  Best of Westchester 2018 - Best Thai Restaurant 

    16. OKO

    There are typical Japanese restaurants, and then there’s Chef Brian Lewis’ Rye 52-seat hotspot, where the menu showcases modern and sometimes playful interpretations of traditional fare. There’s tempura shiso leaves served with whipped tofu and smoked trout roe, ramen egg with pickled onion and pork belly, and duck-and-foie-gras gyoza. Add in beautiful plating and numerous Read more...
  • 17. O Mandarin

    At this 2019 Best of Westchester Editor's Pick, crispy-skinned Peking duck and house-made dumplings are just two of the succulent menu highlights and delights. Throw in the elegant, upscale ambience, and you have a stand-out sit-down Asian-cuisine experience from this hotspot off Central Ave. 361 N Central Ave;   Best of Westchester 2021 - Read more...

    18. Chutney Masala

    Chef/co-owner Navjot Arora’s bistro presents the culinary diversity of Indian cuisine with some modern twists that place it well beyond the standard South Asian eatery. Free-range meats without antibiotics and hormones, wild-caught seafood, and local produce are prevalent in silky, chunky curries, tandoori dishes, and crisped-yet-juicy kebabs, while an assortment of freshly baked naan, slow-simmered Read more...