Kushibar

Japanese, Sake Bar, Noodles
$ $
2319 2nd Ave (btwn Bell & Battery St.)
Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 448-2488
Monday
4:00pm - 2:00am
Tuesday
4:00pm - 2:00am
Wednesday
11:30am - 2:00am
Thursday
11:30am - 2:00am
Friday
11:30am - 2:00am
Saturday
4:00pm - 2:00am
Sunday
4:00pm - 2:00am

Menu

Tips

  • Don't bother.
  • Fast, filling and cheap Japanese grilled food and soups plus tasty cocktails. Kushi means "stick" and refers to the skewered meats, seafood and vegetables cooked over coals at the restaurant.
  • The pork and spicy yakitori are killer, and so is the bacon-wrapped enoki. Karaage rounds out a great time, and the sashimi was delicious.
  • Really cool brutalist decor and fantastic ramen. Huge portions.
  • Great HH, try: kurobuta sausages, yakiudon or Nabeyaki udon
  • Unisex washroom has a wall of Star Wars comics
  • Ask the bartender to make you an AMF.
  • Pitcher of Sapporo is the way to go.
  • $14 for a pitcher of Sapporo is the way to go. Get the grilled/fried chicken skin as well. It's the best.
  • Takoyaki is really YUM.
  • Cool breeze blowing thru the outside dining. Nice on a warm night after a sweltering day.
  • Someone tell the petit dark haired server I love her. I feel bad she has to deal with the AZN crowd on the weekend.
  • Really weird that the server had never heard of natto.
  • the key to the yakisoba is the grilled chicken...
  • Try the fried rice omelet (with bacon!)
  • I love what I considered to be my Japanese comfort food options: donburi, katsu curry, or fried rice omelette. That said, can't go wrong with most anything on the menu.
  • Jeremy and Jenna r de best
  • Love the skewers and the lychee lemonade martini. Karaoke Thursdays at 9.
  • House Ramen: house chicken based miso broth, w/ sauted scallions, sprouts, touch of spice. US$ 13.
  • The style of the restaurant is enticing but the noodles are disappointing.

Nearby places

2200 2nd Ave (at Blanchard)
2222 2nd Ave (at Bell St.)
2311 2nd Ave (at Bell St)