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Ligaya Mishan loves the fusion of Jewish and Japanese cuisines at Shalom Japan. A standout: "Barely seared tuna is familiar, but the circle of black tahini it rests on is not. This is a flourish at once Israeli and Japanese (the tahini is actually black sesame paste, used to flavor desserts in Japan) and a clever upending of that pan-Asian war horse, black-sesame-crusted tuna." [NYT]

Shalom Japan

310 South 4th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211 (718) 388-4012 Visit Website

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