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Posted by lola on 10/11/2012
My family either eats in here or takes out frequently. For over 10 years! We sometimes celebrate birthdays here. Oshima never disappoints. The regular rolls and sushi as well as the special ones are always really fresh.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/11/2012
Oshima is hands down the best sushi in the slope. While they may be a little more expensive, the quality and inventiveness makes up for it.
Posted by Ash on 11/07/2011
I have been in Park Slope for 4 years and this is the only sushi restaurant at which I will eat. John, the manager is so sweet and friendly. The food is always fresh and the specials are always just that. Highly recommend.
Posted by hweinberger on 09/02/2011
I love this place every time. We order from them at least twice a week. It is a bit more expensive than some others in the neighborhood but we've tried all of them and they are never as good. I recommend the yellowtail jalapeno app and the pepper tuna app. Any roll is delicious. And delivery is very quick. Can't recommend this highly enough.
Posted by sarah g on 04/16/2010
Quickly: The sushi here is amazing. I've lived in Park Slope for over 10 years, and after many trials with other sushi place, this one takes the cake. Great rolls. Great appetizers (with a personality too). Great service - both sit down and delivery. One of my favorites.
Posted by anonymous on 01/27/2010
Just a quick nod to Oshima. This is a delivery standby, but also nice for a visit, particularly in summer in the backyard patio. Generous portions (e.g., contrast sushi and sashimi here with Blue Ribbon), high quality fish and nice staff.
Posted by branan on 03/18/2009
This place is almost like medicine to me. I always order when I feel my spirits need a lift. Delivery is always good and eating in the back garden is even better. They remember your name and sent me a bottle of Sake as a New Years' gift! I've never been disappointed. Ignore the haters, especially the pretentious fool who complained the music was Chinese and not Japanese - sounds like someone who'll complain about anything.