While usually featuring sushi, not all Manhattan Japanese restaurants will have raw foods. Teriyaki, noodles, soba, tofu, stirfrys and tempura are other types of delicious cuisine. Whether you are looking for shabu-shabu, sunomono or soups, use our list of Manhattan Japanese restaurants for business descriptions, map locations and Manhattan Japanese restaurant reviews.
Ippudo has two locations in New York. The menu here is delicious and features an array of Japanese Ramen Noodle options and toppings. Note: this restaurant is only open for lunch and dinner.
Located in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Asiate offers an artistic approach to French and Japanese cuisine and an elegant, chic environment. Open seven days a week, the restaurant features breathtaking views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline.
Patrons can sample traditional sushi and contemporary Japanese cuisine at 15 East, located just off Union Square. The restaurant also offers an extensive sake selection as well as wine and cocktails.
One of the hottest restaurants in the East Village.
Owned and operated by the legendary chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Nobu Fifty Seven is a elegant upscale Japanese restaurant. The menu offers a combination of Japense and sushi delights to choose from. Salads, tacos, sashimi and many specials fill the menu.
Republic serves up tasty, hot, delicious noodles. The menu features a variety of noodle soups, pad thai, bbq pork vermicelli, sauteed curried chicken, salads and much more. Online ordering, takeout and delivery are all available.
A Japanese restaurant known for its sushi bar.
This famous restaurant is located in East Village. Japanese fare is featured on the menu.
Located in Manhattan's Chinatown, this Japanese restaurant serves sushi, tempura, donburi, udon, soups and teriyaki items. Lunch specials are offered Monday through Friday.
Maxie is located in Murray Hill that serves outstanding Japanese food in the popular style of New York City. The dishes are very contemporary, innovative and gorgeous. The portion size is excellent and the price is reasonable.
Innovative and creatively prepared sushi.
Featuring an array of Japanese and sushi choices, the menu at Kodama Sushi has it all. Specialty rolls,tempura, beef teriyaki, chicken teriyaki and more. Online ordering is available.
Located in the basement of an office building, Sakagura is a sake lover's heaven offering over 200 varieties of the famed Japanese wine. Visitors can compliment their bottle of choice with some food off the menu of Japanese tapas-style eats.
Open for lunch and dinner, the Momofuku Noodle Bar offers fresh, innovative dishes. The bar features a la carte and prix fixe menus, offering such creations as roasted foie gras with celery root and miso purée, chilled spicy noodles, ginger scallion noodles and steamed pork buns.
Raku is a Japanese restaurant that features noodles, sushi, sashimi and everything in-between. Dine-in, take-out and delivery are all available.
Hibachi Heaven is a food truck found at different locations in New York City serving lunch and dinner, Monday to Friday. The word "hibachi" means fire bowl and this food truck serves a variety of bowls that can be filled with either beef, chicken, shrimp or tofu. They also have wraps. Other menu options include brown rice, fried rice, sauces and beverages.
New Yorkers can enjoy Japanese food on-th-go from the Okadaman food truck. Find Okadaman around New York, Monday to Friday from 9am to 3pm.