Meet a Lower Manhattan Business: Yushi Asian Kitchen

10/03/2012 in

Yushi Executive Chef Danny Lachs took a trip to Thailand when he needed inspiration for pad thai. It’s this passion and attention to detail that’s making Yushi a popular dining destination in Lower Manhattan. For this location, Lachs said he and owner Luke Fryer wanted to expand to include a build-your-own-meal bar.

Customers can get pre-packaged food, made fresh daily, or they can choose from the bar, which includes protein options such as tofu, chicken, beef and pork, a base of rice or bok choy-salad, plus vegetable options to complete the bowl. Choose a sauce such as the orange sesame vinaigrette to top it all off.

“People can come in three days a week and get a totally different experience,” Lachs said.

The kitchen doesn’t stop at Thai influences; it also pulls in Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese flavors. Customers can order sushi, pot stickers and several kinds of bahn mi sandwiches.

Yuhsi Asian Kitchen

100 Maiden Lane

(212) 742-2150

www.yushi.com

 

For more information on other restaurants in Lower Manhattan, visit the Alliance for Downtown New York website. You can check out an interactive map with details on hours, locations and services and search the events calendar. Or, stay connected through the Downtown Alliance iPhone app, available for download.

Tags: Danny Lachs, Lower Manhattan, Luke Fryer, Thailand, Yushi

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