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NYC -- Asian restaurant for lunch tomorrow near Big Fish

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So tomorrow about noon we'll be checking into the Hyatt at 48th and Lexington. Then immediately walking to the Neil Simon on 51st between Broadway and 8th for a matinee of Big Fish.
We were all set to have lunch at Natsumi, a nice little Japanese place for Bento Box or sushi, but just discovered they're closed for lunch on Saturday. What's along our path or very near the theatre -- sushi, Japanese, or Thai all sound good. Something with nice atmosphere too, not just a counter type place. I think I'm spoiled with some of my favorites along 9th, but really don't want to go that far. And not sure how much time we'll have.

I found Broadway Thai @Tom and Toon, which looks nice and sounds nice on the website, but the reviews are more negative than mixed it seems. It's right by the theatre -- any comments?

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