Estia’s Little Kitchen
Everything is super fresh at the “Little Kitchen” as much of the produce is grown right outside in the on-site garden. There’s only eight table (and a counter) though fans don’t mind in waiting in line for the apple pancakes, fresh-squeezed juices and huevos rancheros, which you can order every day until 2:30 pm. At dinnertime, the lights go down and the tablecloths come up creating a more intimate and (slightly) less casual atmosphere.
Frequently tagged as the Hamptons best sushi spot, Watermill’s Suki Zuki has three chefs working behind the tiny restaurant’s long wooden counter: two handle sushi and sashimi orders while the other works the robata (a Japanese open-fire grill). The décor and setting is pretty non-descript—it’s the fresh local fish and imaginative rolls that consistently draws a crowd.
A Japanese place for health nuts, Yama Q serves sushi, sashimi and yakitori as well as Asian-inspired vegetarian dishes. Examples of the latter include shitake-crusted tofu (served in a spinach puree sauce) and wakame (seaweed) salad with burdock—an English plant that supposedly doubles as a blood purifier. There are only eight tables, and lunchtime is just as crowded as dinner. Thus, you can expect a full house and a lot of elbow rubbing whenever you go.
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