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      Shamshiry Chelo KabobMay 12, 2014
      Persian
      • Vienna, United States

      Best ghormeh sabzi I have ever had. Not on the menu. But order it. Trust me.

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      El ParadorSeptember 17, 2013
      Hotel
      • Spain

      Breakfast at the parador salon is great as are the views from the central restaurant and bar. Gym leaves much to be desired, but there is a great path outside the parador to run on.

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      YopparaiJuly 10, 2013
      Japanese
      • New York, United States

      Summer chawanmushi: ikura, uni and gold leaf - get all of the tuna, lots of sake, uni, porkbelly, ebi, hamachi, grilled sticky rice, everything. You will not be disappointed.

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      UchikoFebruary 19, 2012
      Japanese
      • Austin, United States

      Omakase doesn't limit itself to Japan & draws from Qui's Filipino background and penchant for street food. Maguro sashimi w/ goat cheese, fuji apple, & pumpkin seed.

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      Sushi DenFebruary 19, 2012
      Sushi
      • Denver, United States

      Focus on the straightforward sushi tasting, but there's also a nice variety of cooked dishes — tempura, soba and udon, eggplant and miso — that don't break any boundaries but consistently hit the spot

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      SotoFebruary 19, 2012
      Sushi
      • New York, United States

      two Michelin stars: dishes like chopped kampachi amber jack with wasabi tobiko, pine nuts, & soy foam. Pitch-perfect chawanmushi and bonkers plate of uni tempura.

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      MorimotoFebruary 19, 2012
      Japanese
      • Philadelphia, United States

      One of the great places in Philadelphia for pristine raw fish and clever composed dishes. Hope to God that the foie gras chawan mushi, maguro niçoise, and ten-hour pork "kakuni" make an appearance.

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      UrasawaFebruary 19, 2012
      Sushi
      • Beverly Hills, United States

      "some of the best Japanese food you'll ever have" "serious amounts of cash (in excess of $300)" "a series of intricate seasonal dishes and traditional sushi that are utterly beguiling."

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      O YaFebruary 19, 2012
      Sushi
      • Boston, United States

      regular nigiri, but also seared foie gras w/ chocolate & raisins sitting atop your sushi rice; grilled mushrooms w/ soy sauce & a kind of rosemary aioli; or tea-brined pork ribs w/ honey & scallion

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      NAOEFebruary 19, 2012
      Japanese
      • Miami, United States

      You get bento boxes with beautiful dishes like a bowl of rice w/ sardine & portobello mushrooms, or a plate of lightly cooked turnips with ankimo - and you can have as much nigiri as you can handle.

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      Makoto RestaurantFebruary 17, 2012
      Japanese
      • Washington, United States

      Sit at the wooden counter and submit to chef Takashi Okamura's precise, traditional whims. Many would file this one under "kaiseki," and the composed dishes are a real wonder, but so too is the sushi

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      Ten-IchiFebruary 12, 2012
      Japanese
      • San Francisco, United States

      Recs: House smoked salmon, sweet shrimp (ask to get the heads fried), uni is amazing, hamachi and white salmon, American dream roll, firecracker hamachi all good.

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      India PavilionJanuary 25, 2012
      Indian
      • Cambridge, United States

      Wifi password is 7463

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      Totto RamenJanuary 13, 2012
      Ramen / Noodles
      • New York, United States

      RS says: Try the Chicken Paitan Ramen: cantonese-influenced broth made w/ chix & pork bones, soft straight/slightly wavy noodles. w/ 2 unusual toppings. Hot pepper condiment & soy-marinated avocado.

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      IppudoJanuary 13, 2012
      Ramen / Noodles
      • New York, United States

      RS says: Try the Shiromaru Hakata Classic: "pork bone broth highly emulsified, noodles slightly firmer than most and thinner, and pickled ginger is an important component of the flavor package."

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      Tabata Noodle RestaurantJanuary 13, 2012
      Ramen / Noodles
      • New York, United States

      RS says: Try the Tabata Ramen. It "features cooked and toasted ramen in the same bowl, with a novel broth thickened with coconut milk and soy powder and Chicken nubs w/ raw purple onions."

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      Ramen MisoyaJanuary 13, 2012
      Ramen / Noodles
      • New York, United States

      RS says: Try the Powder Snow Ramen. "Exceptional pork, 3 types of miso. Broth is made w/ pork & chicken bone, garlic, ginger, and seaweed kelp. Try grated parmesan / pat of butter on top of ramen."

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      Ramen SetagayaJanuary 13, 2012
      Ramen / Noodles
      • New York, United States

      RS says: Try the Spicy Miso Ramen. "The medium-weight miso is earthy and gritty, the level of heat higher than you'd ever expect, and the kernels of corn a cooling component. "

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      MincaJanuary 13, 2012
      Ramen / Noodles
      • New York, United States

      RS says: Try the Minca Ramen. "five types of noodles, multiple broth options, and comparatively low prices. The signature bowl features a powerful soy broth, tea-boiled egg, kelp, and thin noodles."

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