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Yuki eats NY !

Written on September 25, 2011 by yuki

I have a good news! My iPhone app “ Yuki eats NY” just launched! It is about eat-out guide in NYC based on my first book: “International Food Guide to NY” which I published in Japan 2006. People kept asking me to make an English version –so I’m very pleased to have this opportunity to share “Yuki eats NY” for the iPhone.

“I am what I eat” is my motto, and I truly care about every single meal I eat. I’m less interested in fancy settings, and more into authentic, delicious, and homemade food. I love being adventurous and discovering new flavors & dishes. I have been steadily eating my way across the City; sampling food from around the globe, cooking original recipes and recording it all in my Food Diary Blog 365 dishes as well.

It would make me so happy if you find a new spot or two from my guide to add to your favorites list. Hope to see you soon at one of the restaurants!


delicious & colorful Arepa sandwich

pork & chive dumplings for only $1!!!

beautifully served Chirashi Sushi

super crispy roast duck noodle

flavorful Cardamon tea

Siphon coffee




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  1. Comment by Alisa:

    yum yum yum! I love yuki’s book and am really excited to get and use the app, no joke, this is not a selling pitch, her stuff is excellent- buy it!

    September 26, 2011 @ 9:07 am

  2. Comment by Ted:

    Hey Yuki! I love your app. I’m a designer at foursquare, and it would be great if you put a few of your tips on foursquare.com (like another one of my favorite ny review sites, scanwiches: https://foursquare.com/scanwiches). If you’d like help with that, send me an email.

    Also, a few other recommendations: M. Wells in Queens, Sripraphai in Queens (amazing thai!), Beco in Williamsburg (fantastic brazilian food), Roberta’s in Bushwick, Saraghina in Bed Stuy…

    September 26, 2011 @ 7:03 pm

  3. Comment by Michael Leung:

    Hi Yuki,

    I’m glad your app came out during my stay in NY : )

    Peter Pan rules!!!

    September 28, 2011 @ 8:21 pm