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Japanese food has made great headway into the local restaurant business with the rise in popularity of sushi. The delicately prepared combination of rice and fresh, often raw fish is attracting new fans across the globe, and Long Island is no exception. Tempura, yakitori skewers, and traditional noodle dishes such as soba, udon, and ramen provide a delectable choice of those less keen on seafood, and Japanese steakhouses serve up some fantastic cuts of beef!

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