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Sushi, Japanese
$ $ $ $
66 S 2nd St (btwn Kent & Wythe Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 384-2152
Tuesday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday
6:00pm - 2:00am
Saturday
6:00pm - 2:00am
Sunday
5:00pm - 10:00pm

Tips

  • Friday and Saturday nights this place turns into a ramen bar from midnight to 2am. It's delicious and the perfect drunk food.
  • Sit at the sushi bar and let them feed you. Worth every penny
  • the omakase here is fantastic (and has less expensive tiers with fewer courses). sit at the bar and order the sake with the buffalo on the label.
  • Best kept secret. amazing Japanese food!
  • The way to go is to have Omakase at the sushi bar with Kazu. He is the best.
  • It's fun crafting your own sushi rolls with avocado, tempura, cucumber and much more. All-in-all, sushi is fantastic. Atmosphere is cool, modern. Order the lychee martini, but make it a double.
  • Ramen after midnight
  • Becomes a late night ramen place.
  • Go for the omakase.
  • Omakase with Kazuo = Sushi Heaven
  • Omakase. The Tasmanian salmon and mackerel are insane. Nevermind the chu toro & o toro. Add a little ball busting humor from the chef and I was in heaven
  • Omakase, duh.
  • Omakase is unbelievable. Top notch sushi in a secret chic spot.
  • Very cool, modern atmosphere, and awesome food. Great ceviche, sushi, and sashimi!
  • Whiskey, omakase, yellow tail collar, late night menu, oden during the winter, ramen, sushi box
  • The dinner pre-fixe is the way to go here! $22 for 3 courses fills you right up. Supplement with a roll, if you must.
  • Try whatever the hell the chef thinks you should -Thrillist
  • Ramen available Friday and Saturday nights, after midnight only.
  • The lamb chops are good. Sushi with mango and in it was good and the mochi with soy sauce sorbet was great
  • Great sushi. The rice rivals Sushi Yasuda. Do Onakase with chef Kazu San and you won't be disappointed.

Nearby places

66 N 6th St (at Kent Ave)
48 S 4th St (btwn Kent & Wythe Ave)
298 Bedford Ave (btwn S 1st & Grand St)