Tanto, in Scarsdale, and Kazu, in Hartsdale, are two of my favorite Japanese eateries. Tanto has some of the cheapest Japanese food I've seen, especially in Westchester. It's tiny, basically like the Japanese version of a corner pizza shop. While una-don is about $18 at most places, it's under $7 here for a very good portion. It's also one of the only places in Westchester that sells bubbletea and ramen!
Kazu, on the other hand, is definitly not cheap, but also not unreasonable. It has some of the best sushi I've ever had. The food from the kitchen is good, but it's the sushi that always stands out.
Anyway, I havn't seen posts on either of these. Whenever I want something good to eat, they are the first places to come to my mind. What does everyone else think?