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Jungo Sushi Opens on 43rd Avenue

Jungo Sushi at 48-11 43rd Ave.

April 16, 2018 By Nathaly Pesantez

A new sushi restaurant has recently opened on 43rd Avenue.

Jungo Sushi, the name of the eatery at 48-11 43rd Ave., serves a variety of Japanese foods for dinner and lunch ranging from ramen, noodles, teriyaki platters, and a la carte sushi rolls.

The small locale offers over 100 roll and sushi varieties, with options like spicy tuna, pumpkin tempura, and eel avocado. A la carte items include octopus, sea urchin, tuna, and snow crab. A ‘special roll’ section features choices like Lover’s Roll—made with lobster, sun-dried tomato, avocado, and passion fruit sauce—and Volcano Roll, made with shrimp, seared crawfish, and a special sauce.

Rolls are priced at around $5.75, with a la carte items starting at around $2.50. The special rolls vary from $10 to $15.

Other menu items include chicken, beef, and salmon teriyaki, five noodle platters, and fried rice.

The site’s manager was not immediately available to speak to the Sunnyside Post.

The new locale takes over The Kitchen, a cafe and bakery that closed late last year.

Jungo Sushi is open from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday and until 11:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The restaurant opens at midday on Sunday until 11 p.m.

For the full menu, visit Jungo Sushi’s website.

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I stopped by for a roll, just to check the place out. It was excellent. Staff was friendly, nice little addition to the hood.


“The small locale offers over 100 roll and sushi varieties” It’s like diner sushi. I’ll try it but I don’t have much hope.


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