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New York's Asian restaurants fare poorly in health inspections

Eateries risk scaring away diners as their grades slip

BEN HEUBL, Data Journalist | North America

LONDON -- New York City is brimming with Asian eateries that vary by reputation and cleanliness. They range from numerous Michelin-starred Japanese restaurants in Manhattan to cheap takeout joints in the Bronx. But on average, Asian restaurants in the Big Apple are poorer performers than other types of establishments in health inspections, an analysis by the Nikkei Asian Review has found.  

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