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Posted by Anonymous on 09/02/2012
Great food for both the sushi lover and non sushi lover. Fresh and not too much money.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/31/2010
Great sushi, beer, service. I will not go anywhere else.
Posted by Happy Diner on 01/04/2010
My boyfriend and I stumbled into this place last year, enticed by their free sake with dinner special, and have been going almost once a week ever since! The fish is fresh and delicious but the real highlight is the affordable japanese entrees. From the Oyako Don to the Soba noddles in broth, the portions are large and hearty, and I am always surprised by how much better their food is than elsewhere.
Posted by cynthia on 07/17/2009
Great food, nice atmosphere and great staff.
Posted by LEONITUS on 06/08/2009
Two people, lots of nigiri and maki with a couple of beers....left stuffed for $60! Everything was high quality and delicious. The rice was cooked to perfection.
Posted by QAPI Brooklyknight on 12/23/2008
Initially, I was excited to have a Japanese restaurant in the neighborhood, and I tried the basic Tonkatsu (deep fried pork cutlet) lunch special to go. The price was reasonable and I found out why when I got home. The pork was ultra thin, undercooked, and had no flavor. Furthermore, it came with rice the size of an espresso cup! California rolls that came with it were no better than the deli sushi across the street. I have no issues with so-called "Japanese" restaurant run by non-Japanese, AS LONG AS it tastes good. And I really wanted to support them. However, New York City is overrun with non-Japanese claiming to serve authentic Japanese food, and this is one of them. Every night I walk by the place, I see the restaurant full of non-Asians. Ultimately it doesn't really matter as long as the patrons are enjoying their culinary experience. Unfortunately, they are being fooled, under-served and overpaying for low-standard, non-Japanese food. However, their Korean menu might be pretty good, although I haven't tried them yet. As for alternatives, I cannot vouch for Planet Thai entirely, but their tempura soba is fabulous. A bit more expensive option is Bozu on Grand St., run by Japanese chef. I also recommend Enju on 17th St. btw 5th & Union Sq. West.
Posted by Queen TEE on 11/18/2008
I am excited to write the first review for this new sushi joint! Although my dine-in experience is limited, they are super quick wth the delivery and attentive to maintaining the itegrity of the crispy goods which is always troublesome. This is the perfect Japanese/American spot for those non-sushi eaters as well, with plenty of other options that are fabulous. I'm loving the crazy lunch and bento value, easy on the wallet!!