Okonomi

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Details
150 Ainslie St (btwn Leonard & Lorimer St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Japanese, Noodles
$ $
Hours
Mon–Tue, Thu–Fri: 9:00 AM–3:00 PM Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–4:00 PM
Map

Foursquare Tips

  • Okonomi does Williamsburg proud with waste-free Japanese lunch and exotic ramendinner. The set menu always involves a bowl of rice and miso soup, the veggie accompaniments vary seasonally.
  • Grab 6-8 people and do the 9 course ramen omakase. Have the whole place to yourself with excellent food, great service and good company.
  • Simple and serene. Every day there is one set meal for $9 in the traditional Japanese ichi ju san sai style, one soup and three sides with seasonal ingredients. Love it here.
  • Chef Yuji is serving a set menu, which includes a simple assortment of fish, vegetables, rice, and soup for just $9. He will expand the menu to include ramen, street food, and omakase tastings.
  • fantastic service! 6 of us + baby got there 15 mins before they opened on Sat. at 9:45am and there were already people waiting outside. They only have 12 seats and still fit us in! Best tomago ever
  • Amazing! Fresh seafood ingredients and veggie produce. A healthy japanese breakfast packed with full flavors! They do not take rsvp... so grab a book and wait in the coffee shop around the corner!
  • Really great quaint place that serves Japanese breakfast around lunch and ramen in the evening. Seats 12. The wait is unreal but it's worth it. Go there at 10 am or after 10 pm to avoid a 2-hr wait.
  • Put your name in and wait at the blind barber coffee shop at the corner! They have beer there too
  • Breakfast set is killer.
  • Beautifully prepared traditional japanese-inspired breakfast for only $12. Don't skip on the side of brown ride topped with fresh uni and an Onsen egg. Come back for the omakase and ramen! YUM!
  • Everything was extremely delicious. This is my new favorite place! Really!
  • Japanese breakfast.
  • The best $9.80 you ever spent on lunch. All your food groups in one place!
  • It's really, really good, but the price has gone through the roof and it gets hard to justify the $32+tax price tag
  • Transport yourself to Tokyo. Tiny little spot that serves a fish centric Japanese lunch set during the day (pictured) and mazeman and ramen by night
  • Very authentic and cosy place. Especially the spicy tuna is to die for.
  • A hidden gem. Quite tiny. Go there early to avoid the queue.
  • Best to come on a weekday to avoid waits. Its worth it.
  • Set menu for breakfast. Japanese-style service, no tip needed. The place is small so the wait may be long, especially on weekends.
  • the blue fin tuna was honestly to die for. its buttery fatty texture is something i still think about to thIS DAY. amazing service, filling meal, and hoping to come again soon!!