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Williamsburg for Grown-Ups

beautiful presentation of Squid ink croquette at 1 or 8

beautiful presentation of Squid ink croquette at 1 or 8

We have been exploring Japanese eateries in New York city for some time, and finally started to break into Williamsburg in Brooklyn. It’s quite shocking to learn how sophisticated those Japanese restaurants there are! Here are a few of our finds and also more to explore.

Zenkichi

Zenkichi

Zenkichi
This dimly lit triplex with semi private intimate booths offer fairly expensive and exquisite version of Izakaya small plates. We had delightful Omakase that we cannot recommend enough, with amazing variety of sake served by an attentive and enthusiastic server. We’d love to come back soon!
77 N 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 388-8985

1 or 8

1 or 8

1 or 8
Unconventional takes on Japanese fare is served in a spacious and modern space. Kitchen menu were so pleasing to the eye and the taste give you full of surprises! But don’t miss the traditional sushi that never disappoint you.
66 S 2nd St, Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 384-2152

 

 

Other place to recommend is Salt and Charcoal, ex Aburiya Kinnosuke chef started. We have too many choices and don’t care the hike!