The Sakaya menu offers small, cheap plates starting at $3.
A look at the East Village's new pho and shabu-shabu spot.
The city giveth and taketh away.
No, this isn’t a scene from '2001: A Space Odyssey.' It’s the new Japanese butcher shop.
Japan Premium Beef, Inc.: your new source for home-cooked wagyu steaks.
The latest members-only bar, located in the building where Basquiat died, is most definitely not a speakcheesy.
Does a "for display only" warning defeat the purpose of conveyor-belt sushi?
Sides are a buck off during the preopening.
Shouting and grilling means Tracy Jordan can finally stop hanging at Benihana.
The atmospheric Williamsburger's midwinter omakase is a relative bargain.
The much-anticipated ramen joint is accepting applications.
Soba Totto is giving away longevity-inducing soba noodles.
A Nolita sushi bar gets a yakitori grill and a new look.
An ancient technology modernized for today's soba kitchen.
What Japanese specialties find success in New York, and which ones don't.
Ramen be damned. Jean-Georges Vongerichten opens a soba restaurant.
Get ready for another soba temple.