Not only do some swear this is the best sushi place in Brooklyn, some say it's number one, dollar for dollar, in New York City. Omakase (chef decides) options are $45 for sushi and $65 for sushi and sashimi, a bargain compared to Manhattan. The chefs are masterful at slicing and swaddling melt-in-your-mouth jewels of fish over vinegared rice. Service is attentive, there's a good sake selection, the fish couldn't be fresher and there are cooked options for the raw averse: salmon teriyaki, chicken katsu, tempura shrimp and vegetables. The space is bare bones and quiet, leaving you to concentrate on food and conversation.
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