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  • Asian Fusion, Sushi, Thai
  • 155 5th Ave, Brooklyn NY11217 40.677845 -73.979151
  • (Btwn Lincoln & St Johns Pl)
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  • (718) 304-5277
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User Ratings (Based on 25 reviews)

3.485
Food 3.6 Value 3.4
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(718) 304-5277
Website:
www.nanabrooklyn.com
Place Order:
Order From Nana for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Cash Only
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 12pm-11pm Fri: 12pm-12am Sat: 10am-12am Sun: 10am-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, Prix Fixe, Happy Hour, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
10.00

User Reviews

  • Nana

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/08/2006

    Good tuna, bland snapper

    Fun. Cute. A word of caution: I got a good grilled miso tuna but my boyfriend got a tasteless snapper. I tasted it and felt awful for him. So bland. Our waiter, who was big into the hardsell on the appetizer special (an actually really good arctic char sashimi) should have warned him not to get it.

  • Nana

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/21/2006

    Saw Kevin Bacon Here. Yummy food.

    Nana has some real hits on their menu. I like their outside garden area, very chill. Their drinks are also quality. I believe I enjoyed their saké-tini. Pure sushi can be a little spotty, but the specialty rolls are typically outstanding. Really liked the Fried soft shell crab salad "twister". Try it if you plan on ordering more "fusion" rather than straight up sushi. Hey, if Kevin Bacon eats there, it's gotta be good! Movie stars are always perfect right?

  • Nana

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/12/2006

    Not recommended

    After hearing how great this place was, my gf and i checked it out. House music was blasting inside, so we sat in the garden. The mango salad was disappointing compared to joya's, and the crispy duck rolls were not good at all. I guess they were more like crispy rolls with duck liver mush in the middle, but when i told the waitress that i didn't think they tasted right, she smirked and said that i must not have had them before. Duh.

  • Nana

    Posted by TSylvie on 08/04/2006

    Always a pleasure

    I've been coming here since it opened and have never really been disappointed. The food is definitely above average - the chicken and shrimp wonton is yuuuummy - and the cocktails are deceptively good. Service is perhaps the only thing that needs work on and only in the speediness department; the waiters are always polite and friendly. All in all, a great place to meet for drinks and/or a meal.

  • Nana

    Posted by gabby on 07/13/2006

    Amazing!

    I love nana -- the food there is REALLY great for the price (very very reasonable) .. i would reccomend the classic shredded orange chicken with the coconut rice and i loved all the sushi and sashimi roolls --- try the specialty rolls, theyre delicious!

  • Nana

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/01/2006

    Didn't knock our socks off

    My boyfriend and I heard good things about this place from different people and decided to check it out. The outdoor patio eating area was really nice. We were told that that the portions were really generous. But, not the case at all. The sashimi pieces were average if not less than average (but fresh). If the waiter tries convince you to order the toro/wasabe appetizer, don't!- It's not worth the $10. And the chrunchy spicy tuna handroll was filled with more of the crunchy tempura than of actual tuna. Will probably only go back for drinks.

  • Nana

    Posted by Finn on 07/01/2006

    Great fusion.

    For the price, their ability to combine, mix and match is pretty unfathomably good. None of their dishes have disappointed, but the ones of particular note are: fried rice w/ pineapples and roasted cashews, roti canai, and the dragoon roll. For the purist sushi fans, the fish here may not be the freshest you can find in Brooklyn, but if you keep with the maki and the entrees, you'll find a diverse and consistent menu.

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