Try the fried rice omelet (with bacon!)
$8 food during lunch hours 11am-3pm! More info on: happyhours.seattleweekly.com
The ramen bowls are enormous. The yakitori grilling can get quite smokey so you might want to sit in the conservatory.
Japanese street food, alot of food on a stick. My favorite ramen in the city (enoki, add egg and pork). Try the fish collar grilled. And say yes to octopus balls and okonomiyaki.
Their yakisoba is awesome! Not very greasy also
Lychee lemonate !!
Spicy Nabeyaki Udon is the best soup!
DJ Fever One-spins thursdays & Saturdays
Takoyaki is really YUM.
Cool breeze blowing thru the outside dining. Nice on a warm night after a sweltering day.
Someone tell the petit dark haired server I love her. I feel bad she has to deal with the AZN crowd on the weekend.
the key to the yakisoba is the grilled chicken...
Ask the bartender to make you an AMF.
If you like spicy, Spicy Nabeyaki is the way to go.
Buta bara for the win..!
So glad they're open for lunch now. The specials are awesome. Delicious & priced right!
Try a drink with lychee. Yum!
Shabu shabu, okonomiyaki, & yakitori!
Takoyaki and pork ramen amazing!
The popcorn is awesome
Ask 'why takoyaki refers not only to octopus yaki, but to fish/chicken?..' They'll say 'it was a typo on the menu' and smile. Ask 'do you serve chawanmushi?..' and get another smiley no :-)) love them
there's a bug in my soju and soup....its dim that doesnt mean i dont see it..hmm.
The tako yaki octopus balls are delicious. Don't fight it, just try it.
Been waiting for almost an hour. ... still no food.
Very slow service :(
Try the yaki udon! The sesame seed ice cream is also really good.
The Kimchee Chahan is so good.
Try the Okonomiyaki - Yum! Ours was with pork.. Celebrating the daughter's 12th birthday (via @Foodspotting)
Tofu champuru is my fave! Tofu is better when it's served with pork.
Shabu shabu for $28. Perfect for a windy, rainy, gray seattle day. big enough for 2.
Pitcher of Sapporo is the way to go.
Takoyaki. Any kind <3
$14 for a pitcher of Sapporo is the way to go. Get the grilled/fried chicken skin as well. It's the best.
The small free salad and soup while you wait for your meal is a nice touch. The prices are reasonable as well.
Dont get the okonomiyaki. Not up to par.
Yum! The donburi's are huge-great if your hungry. the nabeyaki is spicy and amazing, the portions and price are great. Overall: delish!
The kimchee chahan isn't great.
The house ramen is AWESOME!
Don't be afraid to try the beef tongue. Good stuff!
Try the Ookinomiyaki, either style. It is the best in the USA.
Lychee Sake Cocktail- yummy! Octopus Takoyaki- delicious and hard to find! Reasonable prices too. Sit outside, it really is part of the true Kushi experience!
When ordering the Yaki Soba make sure to say light spice otherwise you'll be crying for your mommy!
Really weird that the server had never heard of natto.
start with the chicken hearts then have the house ramen with added kimchi!
Order the Sukiyaki. Sweet, savory, with a touch of awesome.
pollito a la parrilla....excelente