The chef's choice, or omakase, of sashimi and sushi, is...

The chef's choice, or omakase, of sashimi and sushi, is a stylishly presented main course at 110 Japan restaurant in Huntington Station. Credit: Yvonne Albinowski

In this week’s Newsday, Peter Gianotti reviews 110 Japan, which opened in the huge former Best Buffet site just opposite Walt Whitman Shops in Huntington Station. “Fancified and definitely improved,” he writes, the restaurant comprises a “bright, blue-light lounge,” a “serene main dining room and sushi bar, and the 12-table, spatula-clanging, hibachi space that provides sound effects throughout.” Neither bold or subtle, the food is “fresh and focused. Given the size of the place, you can arrive with about 350 of your closest friends.”

Joan Reminick visits Akebono Fusion Sushi in Huntington, “a friendly little house of Asian fare” where “you get a warm greeting the first time you go, a hearty ‘welcome back’ the second.” The Japanese food is the draw here, particularly “ a simple, pristine sushi entree featuring finfish over ovals of rice” and a bento box, “one of the best deals going, featuring sashimi, two entrees, fried shu mai, rice, a California roll plus soup and salad.



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