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  • $$$
  • Chinese, Japanese
  • 168 Lexington Ave, New York 10016 40.744262 -73.981595
  • (Btwn 30th & 31st St)
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  • (212) 481-7766
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 3_5 Value 3_5
Service 3_5 Atmosphere 3

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 481-7766
Delivery (Cash Only) Take-Out MC, AmEx
Lunch: Mon-Fri: 12pm-3pm Dinner: Mon-Wed: 6pm-1am Thu-Sat: 6pm-3am
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Delivery, Late Night, Lunch Special, Take Out
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • Saburi

    Posted by Tokyo Andy on 2008-12-09

    "Japanized" Chinese Food - good stuff!

    If you eat Chinese food in Japan, you will not find General Tso or any of the other sweet & sour fried dishes you do in the US. You will find what Saburi serves up, somewhat more subtle and healthy dishes that while not authentic Chinese, still probably

  • Saburi

    Posted by Flatiron Delivery on 2008-04-29

    Poor Delivery Experience

    I recently ordered from Saburi. The individual answering the phones could hardly speak any English and took forever to take the order. The delivery man (who spoke absolutely no English and could not understand apartment numbers), got lost in my building

  • Saburi

    Posted by macstibs on 2007-12-03

    Not impressed

    I had dinner here with a few friends. I thought the food was unremarkable. The decor is lacking although in such a small space it's hard to make much out of it. The food was fairly priced for what it was and for a quick ramen, it's probably fine. The

  • Saburi

    Posted by Anonymous on 2007-04-02

    Hit or miss….

    I have been this place once when opened. Then, six month land then a year. When it good really good but when it is not it is okay. When they opened, the dishes they serve has care and portion was nice. The taste is really good Wayo-chuka, Japanese fused C

  • Saburi

    Posted by Anonymous on 2007-01-29

    Chef craft under Iron Chef Chin Kenichi

    "American Chinese" food, many Asians will cringe (although I do have an affinity for some dishes when done right). It conjures images of battered and deep fried leather, drowned in globs of sickeningly sweet, or stroke inducingly salty sauce. Japan has

  • Saburi

    Posted by an asian on 2006-12-26

    Try their ramen

    Their food has nothing to do with a weird mix of Chinese and Japanese food that we are used to see in the city (like sushi served in a Chinese restarant). Saburi serves Chinese food that is adapted and arranged into Japanese style. The food reaches its p

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