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Here's What You Should Order at Savor Westchester's Asian-Mexican Eatery



You can try to use chopsticks, but you may have some trouble wrangling the monster rolls at the new Hai Street Kitchen in The Westchester’s food hall, Savor. Hai Street, a fast-casual Asian eatery with a notable Mexican twist, is the first location in the county, offering signature sushi burritos and poke bowls, or build-it-yourself nori wraps, rice bowls, or salad bowls where you choose the rice, protein, sauce, and toppings.

Here are the top five menu items to consider ordering:


The Crunch – This fried shrimp filled tempura roll is loaded with romaine, cucumber, pickled jicama, shredded beets, spicy mayo, and wasabi guacamole. It’s an excellent cooked fish option for anyone who may be a bit squeamish about sushi.

Hai Street Chicken – Not big on fish but want to get your hands on one of these massive burritos? The Hai Street chicken features panko-breaded chicken with black pepper teriyaki sauce, pickled red onion, red cabbage, green papaya salad, and fried shallots. It is huge on flavor and yummy to the last bite.

Salmon Citrus Soy Poke Bowl – If you don’t feel like eating with your hands, you might consider this bowl loaded up with salmon, yuzu ponzu sauce, avocado, spring mix, pineapple, red radish, green onion, nori, and fried garlic or shallots.

Chips and Wasabi Guacamole – For a snack on the side, consider the Hai Street chips with wasabi guacamole. This Japanese twist on the Mexican condiment, served along side tortilla chips, hits the spot with a spicy crunch.

Matcha popcorn – Finish the meal off in a sweet way with a bag of matcha popcorn. This creative snack tastes like caramel corn with the subtle essence of green tea.


Hai Street Kitchen

125 Westchester Ave, White Plains


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