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Where do you go for the most creative Asian food in all 5 Boroughs?

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Jessica Norris

New York City

Wine Director - Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse New York

Jessica Norris

Wine Director - Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse New York

Answer found helpful by Mary Krug and 31 others

I eat Asian food at least once a week. Whether it be Thai, Cantonese, Japanese, Chinese, or Ramen, I know my way around the menu. That being said, I had the pleasure of eating at the New York outpost of London's hot-spot "Zuma" on Monday and it was a breath of fresh air to old favorites. Small details in flavor profile and presentation brought excitement to the normally standard Sushi/Sashimi experience. Try the Skin on Yellow Tail with pickled garlic and their signature roasted Lobster which is served in its own shell. A truly fantastic experience

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If you like it then you shoulda put sriracha on it

Daniela Garcia

Yum! I've been wanting to try Zuma for some time the lobster sounds fantastic!

Reply over 1 year ago


Dutch pastry chef studying in NYC

Adalyn Van Witten

Skin on Yellow Tail and Roasted Lobster? I'm in! I've heard they have a great sake list as well.

Reply over 1 year ago

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64-13 39th Ave, Woodside, NY

Chef/Owner at Sweet Chili

lisa fernandes

Chef/Owner at Sweet Chili

Answer found helpful by Robert Friedman and 9 others

This place is always packed, especially in the summer. Casual, friendly service. AMAZING food, and spicy! But only when you ask for it to be spicy. Not expensive, cash only, full bar and they are closed Wednesdays! A must go for Thai!

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Morgan Theriault

It's on my list, now! Thanks for the rec.

Reply over 1 year ago

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