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Zakura Now Open in East Hampton

Tue, 01/17/2023 - 11:21
Zakura's new takeout annex is open on Newtown Lane in East Hampton.
Durell Godfrey Photos

Amagansett's Zakura restaurant has opened a takeaway sister site in East Hampton next to Hampton Chutney on Newtown Lane. The new spot offers many of the Asian fusion items from Zakura's restaurant menu and some things exclusively found in East Hampton.

The counter and interior of Zakura

The menu includes fried shrimp pops, chicken nuggets, and octopus fritters, along with edamame, crispy brussels sprouts, and mini fried chicken or steamed pork dumplings to start. There are four Bento box and fried rice (including cauliflower) options each, spicy tofu or pork belly ramen, sushi inspired specials, as well as several regular and house special sushi rolls. Several mochi flavors comprise dessert. Bubble tea and slushes are also available.

Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., the store's last call for orders is 8:15. The full menu can be found on the website and the phone number is 631-998-0748.

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