I believed that after a certain age it was hard to have a close friend but New York surprised me again. Ayumi and I met at our school’s social program and since that time we’ve continued our communication. She’s from Tokyo, Japan. Even thought we have different backgrounds and cultures, we’ve always found common ground. We spent a lot of time together exploring New York City. We enjoyed sharing our cultures and cuisine each other. So here is my Japanese cuisine experience at the first time in my life with Ayumi. We went to Tsurutontan Udon Noodle Brasserie in Midtown. She said that it had the closest Japanese kitchen flavor in Nyc. We picked Seared Salmon Sashimi, Crispy Eggplant and Beef Udon!

I loved the taste of crunchy eggplant. As a foodie person, I tried it at home as well. About Udon, I didn’t expect that it was delicious and nutrition that much. It consisted of the healthy ingredients. You can find the daily nutrient you need to take in one meal. Price was affordable, food was satisfying and service was attentive. I hope, I’ll visit there next summer.

If u wanna try it, they have Uber Eats option https://www.ubereats.com/new-york/food-delivery/tsurutontan-udon-noodle-brasserie-midtown/zdrHjEi_Svm5VTwoxR_9-Q Enjoy!

P.S.: This post does not contain advertising, just my recommendation and experiences.

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