Japanese/Peruvian Restaurant Becomes Kosher

Get a Nikkei dining experience in the heart of Manhattan!

“Sen Sakana” (Japanese for “one thousand fish”) is a Japanese and Peruvian restaurant that just recently became Kosher. The Japanese and Peruvians share flavors and practices of their cultures, creating a new style of food: Nikkei Cuisine. 

On the menu you can find a variety of fish based dishes,with Grilled Branzino, Tartar, Civiches and more. As well as meat with Steak, Shortribs, Chicken Curry and even a Prime Aged “Cheese” Burger! 

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Sen Sakana is certified by Dover Tov and is Kosher LaMehadrin, Pas Yisroel, Bishul Yisroel and Glatt Kosher.

Sen Sakana is located at 28 West 44th Street, New York

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