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Closed: Miraku in Great Neck, Imperial Seoul in New Hyde Park

Two very good Asian restaurants have served their last meals: Miraku in Great Neck and Imperial Seoul in New Hyde Park.

Imperial Seoul earned a two-star rating in Newsday for its Korean fare and Japanese cuisine. The big, bright restaurant knew how to turn up the spicing in Korean casseroles; and prepare pristine, uncooked fish from the sushi-sashimi bar.

Miraku was one of the top 10 restaurants in 2011 in Newsday's annual listing, with a 2½-star rating. The glittery, streamlined spot sent out finely crafted crudo and creative sushi, including a seaweed tempura raft for spicy crab, tuna and yellowtail and pearly fluke with yuzu dressing.

Miraku was at 31 S. Middle Neck Rd; Imperial Seoul, 3365 Hillside Ave.

Tags: Great Neck , Miraku , New Hyde Park , Imperial Seoul

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