Noodles is the New Sushi – KOA NYC and Toranosuke Matsuoka, the Sumo’s Son

Noodles is the New Sushi KOA NYC  and Toranosuke Matsuoka,  the Sumo’s Son By Rigche Ma       KOA spells the initials of Keiko Ono Aoki, who also... Read more »

Eating Hell’s Kitchen

Eating Hell’s Kitchen By Lisa Crawford Asian food has become a culinary explosion in the United States, but specifically in New York City where you can find some of the... Read more »

Momofuku Milk Bar

– The East Village’s Momofuku Milk Bar should bring you in with its name alone. After all, where there is milk, there are usually sweets. And, oh boy, are... Read more »


SUSHI SAMBA      We came here on a bright sunny afternoon, and the second we walked out on the rooftop, we were transported onto a small tropical island... Read more »


Hakkasan   I’ve been to a lot of upscale Asian restaurants, and one in particular, Hakkasan, definitely didn’t disappoint. As one of the most high-class modern Chinese restaurants in... Read more »


When we first decided to feature MEGU as one of the most respected Japanese restaurants in New York, we were like “Yes!”  After I asked several friends for their... Read more »

Totto Ramen

By Lingzi Yang If you are a fan of ramen and are living in New York, you have probably heard of Totto Ramen, a hot small Japanese-style ramen place... Read more »


By Lingzi Yang Sake Bar Hagi, Iroha Japanese Restaurant, and Sapporo are three different Japanese restaurants located in Midtown Manhattan, and all under the same owner. Each is focused on serving a different... Read more »


By Lingzi Yang If you happen to be a ninja that needs to take a momentary sake break in the middle of a top secret mission in the middle... Read more »

NINJA New York

(By Silvia Yen) “Mysterious” was the perfect word to describe my first impression of NINJA, a French-Japanese fusion restaurant located in Tribeca. One can find much more than sushi... Read more »