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Gaijin

Updated: Jun 12, 2019


Gaijin is a small omakase and robata restaurant that uses traditional Japanese cooking technique and incorporating Executive Chef Mark's own inspiration to the dishes. The restaurant has a small chef's counter serving only their omakase menu. There's also a few tables with seating and an outside area that seats about 45 people. Gaijin in Japanese means "foreigner" or "non-Japanese".

Good For: Date Spot, Omakase

Gaijin

37-12 31st Avenue

Astoria, NY 11103

929-328-2890

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