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Bozu Japanese Williamsburg Brooklyn NY – Plate Of The Day
Brooklyn Japanese Food

Bozu Japanese Williamsburg Brooklyn NY

March 4, 2008
Bozu Japanese Williamsburg Brooklyn NY

partybomb bozu williamsburg brooklyn new york japanese sushi
296 Grand St., @ Havemeyer St.
Williamsburg Brooklyn NY
718-384-7770
http://www.oibozu.com

If you’re a boozer I think you’ll like Bozu. With their creative cocktail menu featuring a sake wasabi vodka martini, several creative mojito variations, and a premium sake list to boot, Bozu will do the trick. I checked this place a few weeks ago with my friend Claire and we had a boozing good time scraping several dishes clean and washing it all down with a bottle of premium sake.

If you’re a food enthusiast (sorry I hate the word foodie), then you’ll LOVE Bozu because it just simply rocks. At rock it does. Like your favorite mixed tape that has your best of the best, Chef-Owner Makoto Suzuki created an eclectic menu with the ‘best of’ Japanese cuisine including sushi, salads, steaks, seafood, Japanese fried chicken, and udon noodle dishes. Mixed tapes? What year is this? LOL. I think it was funky Latin down tempo music they had playing that night that brought me back to 1991. Anyhow, if you’re a party of 2 or more, I’d recommend the Sushi Party Bomb plate ($18) which includes 12 pieces of sushi. (Bomb refers to the special unconventional round shape of the sushi). The Pork Betty ($7), thinly sliced pork belly cooked in sake and sweet soy with a dash of wasabi, is also a blast if you like fatty pork – and who doesn’t?

If you live in Manhattan, it’s worth the one stop on the L train to Bedford and the 3 or 4 blocks walk to Bozu. See you at the bar!

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  • Reply k o May 23, 2009 at 7:33 pm

    Used to love this place, but a series of really bad experiences has really made me decide never to eat again at Bozu (the last one being tonight).

    To put it mildly, the manager/waiter was a jerk when my 6+ group declined on the “tasting menu” and it just kept going downhill from there. It turned a really nice night into a disaster, when all we wanted was an nice meal at one of our favorite places. Now none of us will go back.

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