This eclectic eatery features down-home Southern classics (fried chicken, jambalaya) alongside Japanese bites like the Rock ‘n’ Roll with asparagus, avocado and oshinko (pickled vegetables). White-painted stucco walls and wood tables outfit the space.
|Venue name:||Next Door||Contact:|
811–813 W 187th St
|Cross street:||between Cabrini Blvd and Fort Washington Ave|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 11:30am-1am; Sat, Sun 10am-1am|
|Transport:||Subway: A to 181st St, 1 to 191st St|
|Price:||Average main dish: $15. AmEx, MC, V|
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Average User Rating
4 / 5
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Outstanding Sushi, but wait, Pasta, Mexican, Seafood, American too?
Visited a friend in Hudson Heights and went looking for a New Yorker well reviewed restaurant. Could not get in, so went across the street to Next Door. What a revelation, an amazing combination of Japanese, Pasta, Mexican, Seafood, and Traditional American. I had the sushi, my wife the pasta, one friend the seafood, another traditional american fare. All were excellent, I have been eating sushi since 1964 in Japan, and for a mixed menu restaurant, the sushi was fresh, visually attractive, and very tasty. My wives pasta, Linguine served with broccoli and shrimp in white wine garlic lemon sauce was excellent.One friend had the Grilled Ginger Glazed Norwegian Salmon on a bed of grilled vegetables with dill vinaigrette. The last musketeer had the Cheeseburger withfries. A very eclectic mix, but all excellently prepared and very delicious.
The service left a little to be desired, as I suspect the were short a server, but any restaurant that is that packed on a Tuesday evening is establishing a strong reputation. Easy to get to on the A train, and well worth the trip Great food at a very reasonable cost.