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  • Barry Kruemmel worked for Japanese master chefs for 15 years, but as an American, he won’t call his restaurant a Japanese eatery. “There’s a Japanese influence,” he says. “But it’s more of a fusion restaurant.” This includes rolls made with toasted coconut, jalapeño or pineapple. Entrées and appetizers stray farther from Japan. Among the most Read more...
  • 2. Miyagi Ramen Bar

    Miyagi Ramen Bar serves some of the most mouthwatering and authentic ramen in the area. The noodles are made from scratch every day and are the perfect vehicle to sop up all of the tasty flavors in the bowl. Varieties of ramen range from black garlic tonkotsu ramen to Thai green curry ramen.
  • 3. Sticky Rice

    Thai-style tapas for one or to share
  • 4. Chaiyo Sushi & Thai

    Chaiyo combines a love of sushi, cravings for Thai, and bargain prices in what could become a weekly favorite.
  • 5. Chaiyo Sushi & Thai

    Chaiyo combines a love of sushi, cravings for Thai, and bargain prices in what could become a weekly favorite.
  • 6. Bangkok Thai

    Family-owned Thai serving classic cuisine in a casual atmosphere.
  • Kenny's serves Asian fusion dishes and a sushi bar in a contemporary dining space.
  • 8. Ramen Kumamoto

    Authentic Ramen, heaps of tender noodles in rich broth. Plus other Japanese dishes.
  • Sit on comfy couches among plush pillows while you enjoy a variety of kabobs, or a filling pita.
  • 10. PoBu

    PoBu offers delicious Asian fare in Newark. Everything from chef-curated sushi rolls to customizable poke bowls can be ordered off the menu.
  • 11. Potstickers Asian Grill

  • Affectionately known as the "dumpling cart" and for good reason.
  • 13. Rice Restaurant

    For truly authentic Asian fare, try Rice. The sushi and sashimi are fresh and delicious, and the Chinese side of the menu borrows from traditional Cantonese cuisine (the founders began their culinary journey in Hong Kong almost 40 years ago.)
  • 14. The Crownery

    Authentic Chinese fare in an elegant setting with reasonable prices. The General Tso's chicken is a favorite. Ask for the real Chinese menu.
  • 15. Sushi Sumo

    Sumo has all the hallmarks of a great sushi spot: a nice variety of quality sushi at fair prices.

    16. Okura

    For more than 20 years, Okura has been the go-to place for Japanese food, and, for the most part, the restaurant has stuck to its traditional roots. The adventurous can try broiled eel dinner, while trendsetters can toss back takoyaki (battered diced octopus balls), a popular Japanese snack. Photo by Joe Del Tufo Related: 6 Local Read more...
  • 17. Maharaja Indian Cuisine

    Enjoy a variety of authentic dishes individually or in combo plates.
  • 18. Sakura Sushi

    Traditional Japanese restaurant serving sushi, sashimi, teriyaki, Japanese noodles and more.