2006-06-09 / Community

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Shogun 1- Grand Opening Of A Steak & Sushi Bar Sure To Quickly Become A New Japanese Favorite


The latest in a long line of Broad Channel restaurants opened last Saturday, June 3, with the coming of "Shogun 1," a large and beautifully-appointed Japanese steak and sushi bar at 27 Van Brunt Road, nearby the entrance to the Cross Bay Bridge. The new restaurant features soup, salad, both cold and hot appetizers, sushi, sashimi, rolls, maki clams and oysters and hibachi entrees. The latest in a long line of Broad Channel restaurants opened last Saturday, June 3, with the coming of "Shogun 1," a large and beautifully-appointed Japanese steak and sushi bar at 27 Van Brunt Road, nearby the entrance to the Cross Bay Bridge. The new restaurant features soup, salad, both cold and hot appetizers, sushi, sashimi, rolls, maki clams and oysters and hibachi entrees. The entrance to the new waterfront restaurant is as enticing as its food. The restaurant's proprietor, Mr. Lee, promises the freshest and most delicious Japanese food in the area. The entrance to the new waterfront restaurant is as enticing as its food. The restaurant's proprietor, Mr. Lee, promises the freshest and most delicious Japanese food in the area. Hibachi favorites include vegetables, chicken, shrimp, scallops, filet mignon, tuna, salmon and twin lobster. Combinations are available, all made to your taste by chefs who come to the table to prepare the dinner. Hibachi favorites include vegetables, chicken, shrimp, scallops, filet mignon, tuna, salmon and twin lobster. Combinations are available, all made to your taste by chefs who come to the table to prepare the dinner. The large seating area with a view of Jamaica Bay is conducive to fine dining and long dinners. You can contact the restaurant at 718-3184343. The large seating area with a view of Jamaica Bay is conducive to fine dining and long dinners. You can contact the restaurant at 718-3184343.

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