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  • 1. Ramenesque

      Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Ramen Best of Westchester 2019 - Best Ramen Best of Westchester 2018 - Best Ramen
  • 2. 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;
  • 3. Sakura Garden Japanese

    Find authentic Japanese at this Yonkers gem, offering high-quality hibachi, sushi, sashimi, and more. 531 Warburton Ave;

    4. 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...

    5. My Tokyo

      Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Japanese Street Food Main Photo by Karen Sims
  • 6. Edo Japanese Steakhouse

    Japanese steakhouse.
  • 7. 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;  
  • 8. 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.   Best Read more...
  • 9. Roc-N-Ramen

  • 10. Gyu-Kaku

  • 11. Koku

    The sleek sushi bar at KOKU offers an extensive selection of sashimi and rolls (including 16 signature rolls), plus weekly specials from Tokyo's famous Tsukiji Fish Market. The 80-seat restaurant bills itself as Modern Japanese, meaning there are plenty of global influences (blue-crab fajitas or steamed Canadian lobster) and that classics like tempura and teriyaki Read more...

    12. 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...