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This week’s restaurant reviews
Joan Reminick reviews Ruby Asian Fusion, which takes over the Woodbury Common spot formerly occupied by Asian Bistro Next Door. “Sometimes, it feels as though a new Asian fusion restaurant is born hourly on Long Island,” she writes, but Ruby “sets itself apart by virtue of the care and skill shown in both food and service.”
Lauren Chattman visits PeraBell, the Patchogue restaurant which recently moved into larger quarters down the street from its original location. She is particularly impressed by PeraBell’s starters, including “fiery and addictive” chicken wings and light-as-air sauteed pierogies, filled with mashed potatoes and served with caramelized onions and sour cream.
Sashimi at Ruby Asian Fusion