We’re lucky over here in Brooklyn Heights– we have a vast selection of sushi restaurants anytime we’re craving a giant dragon roll. With three sushi restaurants on Clark Street alone, how do we decide where to go? Ambiance? Price? BYOB? Let’s take a look at the break down:
1. Iron Chef House, 92 Clark Street
Atmosphere: Small and cozy, exposed brick, and unique ceramics, but fills up fast
Price: Miso Soup – $1.75, Spicy Tuna Roll – $4.50, Lunch Special (two rolls, soup AND salad) – $7.50
BYOB: No, but they have a full bar.
2. OZU Japanese Cuisine and Lounge, 78 Clark Street
Atmosphere: Spacious, modern, and lots of seating, but with neon lights and a TV in the corner
Price: Miso Soup – $2.00, Spicy Tuna Roll – $5.00, Lunch Special (2 Rolls, soup OR salad, $8)
3. Sushi Gallery, 71 Clark Street
Atmosphere: In Clark Street subway station, good for quick lunch grab, bad for ambiance
Price: Miso Soup – $2.50, Spicy Tuna Roll – $4.50, Lunch Special (sushi box with four pieces, soup AND salad) – $9.95
BYOB: No, but they supply beer and wine.
Tell us Brooklyn Heights-ers, do you go for the cheapest soup? Are you there solely for the BYOB? What’s your sushi pick?