Brooklyn >Food & Dining > Nana Restaurant & Bar
155 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1121740.677932 -73.979303
Monday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Thursday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Friday 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Saturday 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Park Slope
One of our favorites – We eat at Nana very frequently and are never disappointed.
Overrated – The food was good, very good in fact. We were seated quickly and didn't wait long for the food. But this place is sooooo noisy! They play loud techno music, more suitable to a club than a restaurant. When we mentioned the noise level to the waitress, she turned into John Belushi-like Samarai Waitress, and said, "its ambiance, the owner likes it that way, look we even have a DJ." She was clearly offended and suggested we were uncool. Maybe I am getting old; but I don't think sushi needs loud techno music, or a condescending waitress.
Good Times – Enjoyed it. Sushi was good beef entree as well. Try the volcano roll. Wait staff was good too. We got hammered off saki and had a blast.
the food here was very good. definitely worth the trip from nyc or queens.soft shell crab is done just right. nothing is too heavy or overpowering. can't go wrong with any of the main dishes. appetizers are hit and miss. service is great, great space, and prices can't be beat.
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors – Modernly appointed Pan-Asian restaurant with inventive dishes and specialty sake cocktails attracts with fish tanks, garden, weekend DJs spinning electronic.
epicurean delight – dishes are creatively spiced and beautifully presented. portions are generous. i've been twice and have tried different dishes each time. duck and soft shell crab are must haves. will leave your palette craving more!
I'll be back! – Nana, one of Brooklyn's newest 5th Ave (it's said that 5th Ave is the new Smith St) is very promising. This Asian fusion restaurant has a tantalizingly inventive menu; one can make a meal of small dishes or order entrees. The beef salad had a lovely dressing, but the generous portion of beef was slightly overcooked. I did not like the tuna sashimi, the very sweet sauce completely drowned the delicate flavor of the fish. The yellow tail sashimi was delicious, served in endive leaves with a tangy (horseradish?) sauce. The dragoon roll was just great, here slivers of mango are added to this common eel and avocado maki. The space is large and comfortable with a cool electronic soundtrack, yet great acoustics for a conversation. (The fish in the dark basement bathroom made me sad.) Nana-not perfect, but worth another try.
Welcome addition! – Its got a funky/mod decor with not-too-loud techno music. Very good service. Had nice spicy shrimp soup, sushi & bunch of tasty appetizers. Only weak spot was timing - sushi was made a bit before served - rice got cold and tempura soft. Other than that its a welcome addition to the Park Slope restaurant row!
Excellent! – A truly excellent addition to the growing restaurant scene on 5th Avenue. Exceptional food at prices that are very reasonable. Looking forward to becoming a regular.
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