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Ramen noodles are good for so much more than just soup, but when you want a bowl of classic brothy goodness, there are several easy ways to upgrade your instant ramen so it tastes like a million bucks...

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Japanese food in Eden Prairie MN?

by Michael Penfield 19 years ago

I understand from a classmate that there's a Japanese restaurant in Eden Prairie MN called Kabuki. Is this actually true, and is it any good?

New Japanese Sweet-Potato Restaurant

by Stefany B. 19 years ago

Hero's Sweet Potato is what its called(Yaki-imo in Japanese is roasted sweet potato) a small fast-food restaurant on 13th between Fifth and University specializing in yaki-imo and other sweet potat...

Good Japanese restuarants in DC

by Kiki 19 years ago

Hi, I will be visiting DC this weekend for the Cherry Bloosom festival and thought it would be great to extend the Japanese theme to dinner. I am staying in the Dupont Center area- what are the be...

Japanese influence on NY chefs?

by lisa 19 years ago

I'm a journalist working on an article about how Japanese cooking has influenced NY chefs... Who are the big-name, non-Japanese chefs who have adopted Japanese cooking styles or ingredients or meth...

Hawaiian Japanese Grinds

by Janty Sumimoto 19 years ago

Wow! I've been eating sushi my entire life and this homely little place called Moki's in Bernal Hights (on Cortland) just about made me dance. We sampled the nigiri, but all of the new-age, hybri...

Panya (Japanese Bakery on 9th St.)

by Steven Stern 19 years ago

I've mentioned this place before, I know, but I stopped in over the weekend and realized I don't stop in nearly enough. It's really good. I had what may become a new Favorite Thing: green tea pound...


by May Matthews 19 years ago

I just relocated to the city and I was wondering if anyone had good suggestions for Chinese, Japanese and Korean. There are so many Chinese restaurants, it is hard to decide... But, worse yet, th...

Kotobuki -- New Japanese in Brooklyn

by R Bergen 19 years ago

It's hard to believe but I've been three times now over the past three weeks, and this has to be the best Japanese restaurant that I've been to in Brooklyn. The hard to believe is that it is in Re...

Japanese grocers in Foxboro/burbs of Boston?

by Stevens 19 years ago

Does anyone know of a good basic Japanese grocery store in the Foxboro area/South Shore area? I would think that there should be some in Providence or metrowest, but so far the only places I've fo...

cross cultural cuisine (Japanese pizza)

by mr. skullhead 19 years ago

I've come across a couple of pages on 'Japanese Pizza', including the one below. I am curious if any urbane chowhounds (we don't get much stuff like this out in the sticks :) ) could describe any c...

japanese kaiseki

by kevin 19 years ago

anyone been to sugiyama, japanese restaurant in theater district area. how is it.

Japanese Noodles

by Vizier6 19 years ago

I love noodles! Anyone have a favorite Udon, Soba or Ramen joint in the Hollywood/Melrose area? I like Mishima but I'm looking for something more "family-owned." I would step over my own mother fo...

Japanese wasabe

by Tinfoil 19 years ago

Anyone here ever tried it? The real thing,not the green horseradish junk commonly called wasabe.

Sono (french-japanese)

by Diane Mehta 19 years ago

If you haven't been here, try it. Tadashi Ono's food is decidedly fusion in the best (riskiest) way. Like NObu, he blends things together but doesn't overmix the flavors -- so you get one flavor af...

Omen, Honmura An, other non-sushi Japanese?

by Elaine 19 years ago

I'm in the mood for a really delicious, non-sushi, Japanese meal this weekend. My boyfriend can be a squeamish eater so I think that great sounding kaiseki place (Sugiyama?) is out. Also, I love ...

Need Good/Affordable Japanese restaurant for group

by MG 19 years ago

I was wondering if there were any good japanese restaurants in the city.. that are affordable for a group of about 15-20 people. Need suggestions asap.. we're planning to go on the 15 of dec. hel...

Harmony Chinese (and Japanese?) in Sunnyside

by Chris Armstrong 19 years ago

A flamboyant, collassal Chinese extravaganza has been open for about a month now at Queens Boulevard and 39th Place in Sunnyside (north side of the street). I think it seats about 600 people. I h...

Great Japanese BBQ

by Raul Gutierrez 20 years ago

I'm a great lover of Japanese BBQ and my favorite place outside of Japan is Nanbankan on Santa Monica Blvd. (at Corinth) near the 405. Try the grilled asparagus and the grilled garlic... you'll be ...

Japanese Ramen

by Michael Yu 20 years ago

A friend in midtown, who is so shy she won't post, is asking for places to go eat Japanese ramen noodles in midtown. Now I know Menchanko tei is one, but there are two places I would like help on....

Good Japanese in the Theater District?

by Al Ford 19 years ago

Anyone know of a good Japanese restaurant in the theater district (42nd-50th West of Broadway)?

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