I visited late on a Sunday night and it was still fairly busy. I chose to sit at the sushi bar, which turned out to be a good choice. The sashimi was fresh and flavorful. The guys working the sushi bar were engaging and fun...More
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I'm an oil free vegan...yes, a little difficult when eating out. The veggie dumplings were great, as was the edamame..a nice big bowl of it. However, asking to have my veggies quick stir fried without oil, perhaps only soy sauce? Was a 5 minute conversation,...More
After years of driving by the restaurant there was never a really good time to stop for dinner. But everytime we passed by, and they have been around for years, we said the same thing ...one of these days we have to try this place....More
Quite varied menu, with some traditional Japanese choices that are often missing from Japanese restaurants in the US. Great service, very efficient at lunch time despite full house. Nothing mind blowing, but nothing disappointing either.
Freshest Seafood in the Morris County area. I have been coming to Nikko's for over 10 years. Their fish is the freshest and ask for Eddie at the Sushi Bar to make a suggestion and you will be served delights that are not on the...More
After traveling for the las 17 years several times to Japan I cab detect what is traditional or originally Japanese or what is a massive consumable offering. This is like being in Tokyo, Sapporo, or Kyoto. Same ingredients, same hospitality, same attention to the details....More
Lunch today. Giant clam, ocean trout, uni, live scallop, and a spicy yellowtail hand roll. What could be better? Great cold saki does the trick! Have found nowhere better in NYC.
Came here with a colleague for lunch. We were very happy. I have worked in the area for eight years and driven by this establishment many many times and it never occurred to me that I should go in and enjoy a meal. I was...More