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Posted by Ippon on 08/24/2014
After trying the place out to see how it compares to Manhattan, its surprisingly quite delicious. A family styled restaurant serving a wide array of really outstanding Japanese classical cuisine. For the average person it may seem ordinary. But, the portions are quite generous. Tastier and healthier than one could anticipate being this far from the urbanism of the city. Their salad dressing is very organic. Freshly made. And quite sprite on organic greens and head lettuce. The kaki-frito (fried oysters); outrageously plump and the largest next to those cultivated in the Pacific NW. The tempura is similar to a Tokyo styled fashion in Korean eateries. Wholesome and straight forward. Its popularity is a few standbys that the locals probably enjoy over heading elsewhere for a decent dinner. The selection overall for Sushi & Sashimi is competitive. But, by far, very very reasonable even when eating out on your own without a lot of extras for a table to fill. The restaurant serves up everything fresh daily and doesn't cut corners. The one exception to contend with is the white rice. If you're used to a higher Japanese labelled white short grain rice ... this is the only noticeable difference when dining at different locales. If you eat a variety of different kinds of rice, its not unusual to taste textural differences between each type from regions around the world. Its probably just this and nothing more. Otherwise treat yourself to some sumptuous entrees and items there. Its definitely worth it !!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/27/2014
This was my second visit to O'Sake restaurant. Wasn't thrilled the first time (pre Sandy) but over this Holiday weekend decided to try it again. The food and service were excellent! Particularly The Spicy Girl roll. I was also invited to try a new mango martini just added to their menu and enjoyed it as well. I will make this a regular visit from now on.