Brooklyn >Food & Dining > Osaka
Daily, noon-3pm and 5pm-11pm
Neighborhoods: Carroll Gardens
Sushi at its finest. – I've been eating sushi now for approximatly 20 years, and have eaten in many places. I've now had the pleasure of dining in this fine establishment a few times and everytime the food is better and better. From sushi to sashimi to even the Japanese kitchen this restaurant not only touches on every cornerstone of a Japanese restaurant but they do each so well, that I have found it hard to eat sushi anywhere else. The garden is beautiful and romantic place to share dinner with that special someone or just with friends. The sushi itself comes in eight large pieces and is inexpensive but most importantly is good. If you don't take my word for it, just try it I promise you won't be dissapointed.
I hope this review was helpful in making the choice of where to eat in a often restaurant overcrowded city.
Awesome – We went to NYC last March to visit my brother at school and he said that this was the best sushi in town. When we got there were were seated promptly and were served rather quickly. The only problem my party found was that when people asked for knives and forks (there were only chopsticks on the table) the waitress laughed at them. Overall a great place to eat.
Excellent Sashimi – I have been to many sushi restaurants in NYC, i think Osaka is one of the best in food and value. I went with 3 other friends on a Friday night, it was packed with people. We only waited for few minutes for our table because we have made a reservation. We ordered beef tataki and was delicious! We also ordered sashimi and they are fresh and big in portion. You must try the blue fin toro, the best i ever had! I give them an overall 9.5!
I won't go anywhere else – I have been for sushi in 100s or places around the US and internationally. I realize that there may be more high end places out there. But they know there fish here. Nobu is fantastic and innovative, but these guys are an everyday kind of thing.
Yes, the slices are huge, but they're also the best quality in town. Their kobe is unbelievable, their monk fish liver was an eye opener.
The one thing I recommend is to get either the Sushi or Sashimi Chef Special and tell them to make it exotic.
I love the back in the summer. Although they did mess it up with that rust this year.
Dining with 6 or so in the two window seats up front is even a bit more fun.
outstanding! – Who needs Manhattan? Ever since Osaka came on the scene, all we have to do is walk 5 minutes for the best sushi around. The portions are HUGE and the price is lower than anything you get in Manhattan for half the fish. Everything is fresh as can be and the menu is pretty extensive. They even have a quaint garden in the back. We've been spoiled. After Osaka any other sushi just isn't the same.
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