Surprises abound at Lou Joe, a Chinese-Japanese-Thai-Asian restaurant, where you'll find wonton soup, a California roll, and all the basics - plus an outstanding chef's tasting menu.

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One plate in chef Sato Cheuk's omakase: Scottish salmon with mango uzura and micro greens, part of a chef's tasting menu at Lou Joe in Roslyn Heights.

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Lou Joe serves modern Japanese and other Asian cuisine in Roslyn Heights.

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A sushi bar offers customers a place to sit near the bar and the front dining room of Lou Joe in Roslyn Heights.

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Lou Joe chef Sato Cheuk trained in Paris and worked at several Japanese restaurants in Queens and Long Island. 

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Chilean sea bass blends East and West on a prettily plated platter at Lou Joe in Roslyn Heights.

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Chicken lettuce wraps are a savory do-it-yourself appetizer at Lou Joe in Roslyn Heights.

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Tender and juicy sliced duck breast is served with a balsamic teriyaki glaze and corn at Lou Joe in Roslyn Heights.

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Szechuan crispy shredded dried beef combines hot and sweet flavors and has a crunchy texture at Lou Joe in Roslyn Heights.

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