Japanese tapas and sushi featuring extensive vegetarian and vegan options. Located on the Bogart strip (right off the Morgan L stop).
Inventive and addictive sushi – try the Spicy McBomb, The Pork Betty and the Hotate Punch. Finally serving Beer and Sake too!
The pork belly is AMAZING! Get it with the egg. You won't be disappointed.
I love this place so hard.
Must try: Pork Betty and sushi bombs. Incredible.
A really fun and inexpensive place to have dinner with friends. We’ve extolled the virtues of the sushi, but the Momo Salad shouldn’t be overlooked!
Get the party bomb and you're off for a swell time.
Shiso leaf I eat / your so delicate flavors / all night long oh yes
Spicy Mc bomb. Step 2, profit.
The Spicy MC Bomb is the most amazing combination of textures and flavors. Definitely give it a try!
Hands down best Pork Belly I've had in the city (that's right, I said it). Also, get the Party Bomb, awesome selection of sushi's
We got the sushi bombs, pork betty, salad, and squid ink risotto. The food is perfectly good here but I'm not sure what all the fuss is about.
Spicy McBomb! Give it a try.
Get Pork Betty and get a side of rice so you save some $$. Pork Betty is off the chain. Sooo good, get it with egg
Just get the omakase. Always worth it.
The tofu in their Tofu Salad has nearly a cream cheese texture to it. Probably the most interesting tofu I've had in New York.
The sushi "bombs' are freakishly good versions of sashimi. The Spicy bomb with tuna, spicy mayor, and fried phyllo dough is required eating.
Gyoza is delicious, & general presentation sharp- details attended to. Love the three soy & wasabi cups with tiny spoons. The long wooden tables are beautiful. Only the lighting is a bit abrasive.
Pork Betty and the Party Bomb! Pork was 'melt-in-your-mouth' awesome. An OMG moment.
Every time I come here it reaffirms that it's my favorite restaurant in New York City.
Tofu salad was incredible. House made tofu almost tasted like mozzarella. Don't skip the spicy scallop or shrimp hand roll.
The Party Bomb is great; the Pork Belly w/ egg is a must.
So many vegan options! Love the gyoza!
Best sushi in the Bushwick/ Ridgewood area.
After many many visits my top three are still: shiro bomb, spicy scallop handroll and pork betty.
Menu hack - order the Genmaicha green tea and ask for a tall glass of ice to pour it over. In no time they'll add it to the menu.
Only gringos get the spicy tuna. This is the place to be adventurous.
Best sushi in New York/ Brooklyn! It's the only reason I will go to Brooklyn. Make sure to try the sushi bombs.
Vegan gyoza is Soooooo good!
Ask for the Hitachino Nest White Ale. It is divine!
This place had the Mobb Deep catalogue on rotation. Game over.
*PS - they changed the lighting! Much softer.
Get the Mc Low Bomb
Mclow bombs are the shit
Great (pricey) food but no credit cards
I recommend the gyoza, pork or veggie, as well as the low Mc bomb and Mina roll. Miso soup is OK, a little salty though.
This place is the best! try the5-O and the eel bomb.
Spicy scallop hand roll! Finish with the Pork Betty
If they have the côtes de crème with wild berries and hazelnut purée, you must get it for dessert.
Pork Betty is the best dish I've had in years
Phillip is the best host in NYC
Best sushi/sake in the hood.
Go into the bathroom, turn off the lights, look in the mirror, and say "Sissy Spacek" 5 times for a free hot sake.
Based on all the recommendations I tried the Pork Betty... if you go to this restaurant and don't try this, it will be considered a sin! So nice. If you are hesitant don't be! Awesome service too :)
Creative sushi and beyond at this popular neighborhood spot.
Try the Sp Una Bomb - BBQ eel, cucumber, spicy mayo (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Spicy Mc Bomb - Tuna, cucumber, spicy mayo, katafi (via @Foodspotting)
This place is delicious. Get the whole live uni. It's like sea candy, and comes with a stylish spikey souvenir.
communal tables in a converted garage. feels like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles meets Okinawa which I enjoy. good fish, cool servers. $ only. it's expensive, but at least the plates are small.
did I mention the dry cucumber soda?