Another High-End Tasting Menu Straight From Japan Heads to NYC

Japanese dining establishment group makes U.S. debut in LES

Lower East Side is the home of the current restaurant import from Japan. Kaikagetsu at 162 Orchard St. is the first U.S. restaurant from Japanese restaurant group Forrest Fooding Inc., and it focuses on food from the Hida area of Japan. There will be kaiseki and à la carte menu alternatives. Up until July 10, Kaikagetsu is offering a short tasting menu without alcohol for $58, but kaiseki menus beginning at $200 will present after that. This is the newest in a long line of Japanese companies expanding to the U.S. with NYC dining establishments, like TsuruTonTan and Wokuni.East Town

loses a well-received mixian dining establishment

East Village rice noodle area Yuan Noodleat 404 E. 14th St. has actually been boarded up with DOB permit signs indicating that it’s going through an interior restoration. On the other hand, the Dumpling Shop is looking near opening in the former San Loco space at 124 2nd Ave.Chinatown stalwart resumes after five-month hiatus One of Chinatown’s top dim amount areas Hop Shingresumed after 5 months. In February, a driver apparently attempting to parallel park near the structure hit the accelerator and crashed into the dining establishment. A single person was injured in the accident, and the damage to the gas pipelines has actually taken five months to fix.New record set at Nathan’s Hot Canine Eating Contest Joey Chestnut ate his way to an 11th champion title at the yearly Nathan’s Hot Canine Consuming Contest, besting his personal record and competition records by consuming 74 hot canines and buns in 10 minutes. He was 11 entire hot dogs ahead of the second-place eater Carmen Cincotti with 63 hot pet dogs and buns.

Hop Shing

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