East End: Sen Japanese Restaurant in Sag Harbor

In the mid-1800s, Sag Harbor was one of the biggest whaling ports in the country. There's still lots of fish being brought into the village, although much smaller.

News 12 Staff

May 10, 2021, 11:09 AM

Updated 1,068 days ago

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In the mid-1800s, Sag Harbor was one of the biggest whaling ports in the country. There's still lots of fish being brought into the village, although much smaller.
Sen, a Japanese restaurant, was started in 1994 by a professional Sumo wrestler who came to the U.S. after his retirement in Japan.
The restaurant is well-known for its sushi.
Jesse Matsuoka and his brother now run the restaurant their father co-founded.
They offer salmon, tuna, yellowtail, local Montauk fluke and local back sea bass.


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