Just returned home from Made In Asia in Ardsley, a new Asian/Japanese restaurant next door to the Food Emporium.
Had driven by the space a few times and although that space has always held less than great restaurants, this is a rare exception.
The place has been open about three weeks and while sitting there,
I overhead numerous conversations from people who apparently have
returned several times. Try the Crisp Shredded Dried Beef which I asked the owner for an appetizer portion and he happily obliged.
If you ever had this dish at Rain in NY, you know how good it can be and this was good. Not too crispy but very tasty. Also Grand Marnier Prawns (which were nice size) were done butterfly style, lightly fried and weren't drowned in the mayo sauce like many other places.
My wife had the Seafood soup which she loved and a Dragon Roll which she said was good. However, I get the strong feeling that the Asian side of the restaurant is a better bet. Before Made In Asia opened,
I ate at David Chens for years, now there's new competition and frankly, a much mored interesting menu. They also deliver to the surrounding areas. Try it, I'm interested in your thoughts.