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Tuna 4 Ways, chopped tuna served on spoons

Tuna 4 Ways, chopped tuna served on spoons with 4 sauces, soy onion, spicy cream, guacamole and beer dressing. Kushi Japanese Fusion restaurant in Nesconset offers a broad menu situated in a small, intimate setting. Chef and co-owner, Eric Wu makes sure to greet his guests during their visit at Kushi. (Dec. 1, 2012) (Credit: Randee Daddona)

What is special at Kushi Japanese Fusion restaurant in Nesconset, says Joan Reminick, is the sushi, the rolls and the mixed seafood yaki udon. Plus, the warm and welcoming service. She gives the restaurant two and a half stars.

Peter M. Gianotti says that veteran eatery Jonathan's Ristorante in Huntington ranks among the top five or six places to dine in town. He cites Chef Tito Onofre's saute of wild mushrooms and spaghetti all'aragosta, with lobster and tomato sauce. He awards the restaurant two and a half stars.

Tuna 4 Ways at Kushi in Nesconset.

Tags: Huntington , Nesconset , Japanese , Italian

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