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Posted by bklynstar1115 on 2012-08-29
Me and a friend decided to stop in here for a light meal. I was a little hesitant as I tend to stick with restaurants that i know. I was so glad I agreed! The sushi bombs were awesome, we shared the Shiro and the Spicy McBombs both were fantastic!! I like
Posted by Mario Lbizzy on 2011-11-07
The food was great! The atmosphere is intimate and cozy, just a great all around experience.
Posted by Perfectly Frank on 2009-05-12
The lighting seems to have improved (or perhaps those complaining about lights had sat outside). The service was friendly and attentive (though it was a Sunday night). We found the mizo soup not up to par. The guacamole roll was good. The stuffed mushroo
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-08-12
this is where i like to go when i'm craving something clean, simple but delicious. the tofu salad is fantastic - homemade tofu that is so rich and dense that i could swear it's cheese, served simply with sprigs of watercress, grape tomatoes and grilled ye
Posted by email@example.com on 2008-07-14
bozu never fails to please me. one of the few places i come back to over and over again. their tako balls are seriously addictive. legit, and fairly priced. this place is my only sushi joint when im in bklyn. it'll be yours too.
Posted by sissy on 2008-06-30
bozu is a fun place to go on a date. the staff is sweet and helpful and the food is yummy! the special fruity mojitos and martinis are delic and the bombs are the bomb!! i would recommend this place to anyone.
Posted by james on 2008-06-10
I love bozu! it's a great place for a special occasion as the food is a bit pricey, but the menu is so much fun and the options are amazing! i have loved everything that i have tried there (and i have been 5 times) except the japanese fried chicken which
Posted by mymymy on 2008-05-22
not to jump on the band wagon but...speaking of white mans sushi, it is an uneducated sushi eater that has his rice fall apart...you are not supposed to dip the rice in the soy sauce...traditional sushi rice is not supposed to be super sticky...you are su