I had pretty much given up on ordering sushi in Westchester after trying too many 'best' Japanese restaurants and finding the fish basically inedible. But I was in the area, needed to feed the family, and figured that a more or less noodle based dinner would be safe. So we ordered a mix of items - gyoza, udon, soba, ramen, tempura, and a bit of sushi.
And we were just blown away...everything was actually pretty good. Not NYC (or Tokyo or Honolulu) good...but definitely worth eating. The soba had a nice tooth to it, the ramen hit all the right notes, the tempura was correctly prepared with vegetables and shrimp that burst with flavor, and most amazingly of all the fish was fresh and tasty. Woohoo!
For those who care they have shochu though do not serve chuhai - the citrus was rather nice. And my wife considered the house sake to be an amazing deal.
Lastly, as others have noted, the restaurant is a bit small for the demand (at least on a weekend night). Plan accordingly.
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