Brooklyn, Flatbush Service:Restaurant Cuisine:Japanese, Sushi
Category:Vegetarian Supervision:OK Features:Sushi Bar Price range ($) Address:1724 Coney Island Ave. Brooklyn, New York
Phone:718 701 4144 www.sushimoto.com Opening Hours:Hour of operation Sun-thu: 12pm-12am Fri: 11am-2hrs before shabbos Sat: 90 min after shabbos-1am
About Sushi Moto Kosher Restaurant:
Sushi Moto’s arrival on the restaurant scene with its grand opening in January 2012 is bringing kosher sushi to a whole new level. It’s not your average hustle and bustle sushi place. Sushi Moto is a fine dining experience that will satisfy all your senses – from the exquisite food presentation and upscale décor to the tranquil Japanese instrumental music playing and tantalizing flavors exploding on your tongue. Its name has double meaning: For one, moto (root) is a reference to the many roots used in the making of sushi, such as carrots and ginger. Moto also means “more”. Their goal is to bring a higher standard to kosher sushi, taking care to never compromise on the quality of ingredients and experience. At Sushi Moto you’ll enjoy full service dining, including waiter service and – believe this! – hot towels at the start of your meal. How’s that for a tribute to legendary Japanese preoccupation with cleanliness and making you feel like a king!
Located on Flatbush’s animated Coney Island Avenue, it offers a welcome reprieve with its cozy atmosphere. Dark wood tables and leather banquettes give the place a regal feel while the walls feature framed and lighted exposed brick. The look is completed by a few gentle Asian touches and, of course, the sushi bar. Those who have tried Sushi Moto already swear they’ve got some of the best sushi in New York. They serve it up French style, meaning that it’s presented with a flair and attention to beauty reminiscent of a fancy gastronomie establishment in Paris. Flavor is packed into the rolls with delicious sauces (at least 12 different kinds) and toppings built right in. They offer everything from hot and cold appetizers to soups and noodles, salads, beer and saki.