Sake Asian

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Sake Asian in West Babylon aims to please with a large sushi bar, as well as comfortable booths and tables. The servers are hospitable, the dinner prices can't be beat, and the menu is filled to the brim. Whether you're looking for Chinese, Japanese, or Thai cuisine, know that Sake Asian has all three.

Sake Asian restaurant, located in West Babylon. (July
(Credit: Yana Paskova )

Sake Asian restaurant, located in West Babylon. (July 20, 2013)

Chef Teng at Sake Asian restaurant in West
(Credit: Yana Paskova )

Chef Teng at Sake Asian restaurant in West Babylon. (July 20, 2013)

Patrons with sushi chef Kenny Liu at Sake
(Credit: Yana Paskova )

Patrons with sushi chef Kenny Liu at Sake Asian restaurant in West Babylon. (July 20, 2013)

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Sushi chef Kenny Liu prepares food at Sake
(Credit: Yana Paskova )

Sushi chef Kenny Liu prepares food at Sake Asian restaurant in West Babylon. (July 20, 2013)

Patrons dine at Sake Asian restaurant in West
(Credit: Yana Paskova)

Patrons dine at Sake Asian restaurant in West Babylon. (July 20, 2013)

The duck roll is reminiscent of a Peking
(Credit: Yana Paskova )

The duck roll is reminiscent of a Peking duck dish at Sake Asian restaurant in West Babylon. (July 20, 2013)

The Szechuan peppercorn chicken is a fiery knockout
(Credit: Yana Paskova )

The Szechuan peppercorn chicken is a fiery knockout at Sake Asian restaurant in West Babylon. (July 20, 2013)

The rockies shrimp is a delicious rendition of
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The rockies shrimp is a delicious rendition of rock shrimp tempura at Sake Asian restaurant in West Babylon. (July 20, 2013)

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