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At this Japanese franchise the specialty is East-West fusion, par excellence: the splendid beef bowl, meat like you'd expect to find in a Philly cheese steak sautéed with onions and heaped over rice like sloughed tire treads over a snowcapped mountain, exuding a light soy aroma. There's also a chicken teriyaki bowl, a vegetarian bowl, a couple of soups, and not much more. If you want to really go Japanese, request a brown egg and crack it over your bowl.
Decades ago, mercantile Manhattan was littered with Cuban luncheonettes that operated only during the day and served a constituency of Spanish-speaking laborers. As the Cubans migrated out of town, these places were taken over by first Puerto... More »
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