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Gomen-Kudasai

MapNew Paltz, NY
845-255-8811
    Categories:
  • Food & Drink
  • New Thing to Happen to Japanese Food

Description

A Japanese restaurant without steak or sushi is like a rock ballad without a bridge or chorus: It’s disorienting, yes, but when executed with skill and panache it’s a novel, rewarding treat. Since opening last year in an elegant space on New Paltz’s Main Street, the steak- and sushi-less Gomen-Kudasai has satisfied adventurous eaters with dishes featuring home-style udon and soba noodles, served cold, stir-fried, or hot in a soup. The tofu- and rice-heavy menu is manna from heaven for vegans and vegetarians.

Best of Hudson Valley History

2009 Editors' Pick — Best New Thing to Happen to Japanese Food 

Additional Information

Best of Hudson Valley Winners: 2009
County: Ulster
Pick: Editors' Picks

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