The Silver Skillet was recently featured on the Food Network’s program Diners, Drive-Ins’ and Dives.
#1 – East Village Ikimashou! ————————————————— In this introductory episode of Japan Society’s new series, “Nihon New York”, we explore New York City’s East Village in search of Japanese food and cuisine. Along the way we see the sights and sounds of St. Marks Place and the intersection of Japanese culture in NYC. Through “Nihon New York” we hope to show the variety and mixture of Japanese culture throughout NYC, with it’s food, fashion, art, music, games… anything we can find. Please feel free to comment and give us any ideas on topics, places and parts of Japanese culture that you want us to investigate! Thanks for watching and stay tuned for upcoming episodes! ???????????Stores, Restaurants and Food shown in this episode include: JAS Mart (“conbini” convienence store) Sunrise Mart (“conbini” convienence store) Otafuku (okonomiyaki, takoyaki stand) Panya (bread, desserts, small items) Cha-An (tea and set menus) Ramen Setagaya Kenka (yakitori, izakaya) Oh, Taisho (yakitori, izakaya) Sake Bar Decibel Cafe Zaiya (bread, desserts, bento) Hasaki Sushi Bar There are countless other Japanese shops and restaurants to explore in the East Village area, so please go explore and share your experiences!