Five Months Later, Ani Sushi Preps Opening

After Oh My Pasta! closed May 26 after just nine months in business, the space at 142 Montague Street quickly lined up its next eatery. Back in June, a sign in the window announced that Ani Sushi was “coming soon.”

Five months later, a sign now hangs alongside the window, the paper has come down and tables and seating are visible from Montague Street. We stopped by (early) Friday morning to see about an opening date, but the premises was still locked… Before Oh My Pasta!, the locale previously held Taze Turkish restaurant and Turkish Kapadokya. Aerosoles on the ground level has been in biz as long as all three. (CT)

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  • HenryLoL

    last thing we need is another asian restaurant… doomed from start.

  • Wiley E.

    Any bets? Nine months or less?

  • Topham Beauclerk


    I don’t agree. There’s one other Japanese restaurant on Montague – Nanatori – and it’s only a bit above average. If this place
    is good, it should succeed. Consider less-travelled Clark St; it supports three Japanese restaurants.

  • x

    if it is as authentic as hibino, i’d go

  • Monty

    Every single Asian restaurant in BH is between so- so and bad.Hibino is better than any Japanese north of Atlantic and there are plenty of spots in Manhattan that are better still. So there is definitely a niche available.

  • Monty

    Some sleuthing found their menu. Looks pretty generic.

  • DIBS

    Brooklyn Japanese restaurants are all sub par. Most are not run by Japanese (Hibino is) and they never have Toro (hibino does but it’s also sub par and the chef is not a real sushi chef, which makes a difference).

  • DIBS

    Thanks Monty. No sushi a la carte!!!!