Enjoyed a Saturday night date with wife at this Brooklyn Heights sushi spot. Fish tasted fresh, tempura was cooked perfectly. Hospitable wait staff. Will be back.
Guaranteed. I've been going there with family since 2004. Every year it just gets better. We will still commute all the way from Staten Island and jersey just to go every month or so and enjoy some phenomenal sushi rolls. Ask for a Mr.tom roll. Or a black diamond roll.
My girlfriend and I dropped by this place for lunch while walking towards Brooklyn Bridge. It's a great cozy little restaurant, well priced, good service and great food. Would recommend for tourists visiting the area and doing Brooklyn Bridge.
Excellent sushi and great service. Fresh and delicious. I reccommend this place to everyone. You should order to special sushies they are all great.
This is my neighborhood sushi restaurant. My go-to because of the food, price, and décor. I mostly purchase take-out because I have young kids, but we eat here a lot. The décor changes seasonally, the food is well priced, and it's a very cozy and cute place to eat. It's nice staple Japanese food, not anything too out of the... More
Came here by a recommendation and was not disappointed. Sushi is freshly made and can view them making it. Nice clean restaurant. I got the dinner special which is a huge portions. If hey allow you share with a friend.
We enjoyed a fabulous dinner of sushi, sashimi and cooked items. All were very tasty and fresh and the staff was very helpful recommending items. You know when half the patrons at a Japanese restaurant are Japanese it must be good - and it was! It's a little hard to find, and right down the street from another sushi place,... More
If you're in the mood to have some amazing sushi or want to try something new, visit the Iron Chef House. Ask for John (the owner) and ask him to make something custom. He'll aks you what you like and what you don't and he'll whip something up that will be amazing. Trust me! He's a great sushi chef and... More
Half of items were good, half average. Monkey roll was excellent. Crab/avocado salad not very noteworthy. Even basic salmon and eel sushi were pretty average. Def not expensive which leads you to conclusion you get what you pay for.
I went to the restaurant during my honeymoon and I was pleasantly surprised by the quality and the prices of the place. I have eaten in many other Japanese restaurants (some of them were of first quality), but prices were quite high. I came by chance to the Iron Chef House in Brooklyn, New York, and I have to say... More
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