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Authentic Asian restaurants in NYC

Sushi in New YorkThere are tons of restaurants in New York but if you suddenly have a craving for some original and authentic Asian food, then your choices become somewhat limited. Thankfully we listed down below some of the places that you should check out in the Big Apple.

If you’re looking to have some sushi, then look no further than Lili’s 57, the famous Asian Cuisine and Sushi Bar located at the south west corner of 57th and 7th Avenue. They have a wide variety of choices available, ranging from chicken, beef, pork, vegetables, salads and fried rice and noodle dishes. Meanwhile for sushi and sashimi lovers, there are plenty of choices for you as well. If you’re looking for a quick fix, Lili’s 57 do serve their lunch menu daily from 11:30am to 3:30pm where the main course is also served with steamed white/brown rice, except noodle dishes, and choice of wonton/miso/hot & sour soup. Overall, it’s a good experience for food and ambience.

Next we have Fusia Asian Cuisine. located at 677 Lexington Ave between 56th Street & 57th Street. They serve a fine selection of sautés, rice dishes, broth noodles, noodles as well as sushi and sashimi. With plenty of food to choose from, their dishes are not as spicy as other Asian restaurants around. They also have lunch menu from 11:30am to 3:30pm and you can also make a dinner reservation with your loved ones. But the highlight is they deliver around New York and there are no extra charges for deliveries.

Thai NoodlesYou should also check out Gan Asia, the premiere Glatt Kosher takeout restaurant of New York. It is located at 691 Amsterdam Avenue between the 93rd & 94th Street. They have been around for the last 13 years serving the most unique and delectable dishes from the Orient. You can enjoy their authentic Chinese, Thai and Sushi cuisine; prepared with the winning collection of skill, bountiful and fresh ingredients. Their menu is one of the most extensive around with so many options to choose from but so little time to try all of them. Well apart from their full menu, they also have sushi and Shabbos for your eating pleasure. Apart from doing delivery, they also have a catering service available if you’re looking to host an event either at your office or at home. You can also create the ultimate party atmosphere by using their on-location Sushi Chef party option or on-location catering where the dishes are served right in front of everyone at the event. Celebrity chefs anyone?

There are plenty of options for original and authentic Asian restaurants in New York. Even though they serve more or less the same menu, there are small things that make them different and stand out from the crowd. One thing is for sure though; the hospitality and food will make you feel just like in Asia.

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D.P Pacine
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