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Sushi in Park Slope?

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  • christine Aug 1, 2005 05:47 PM
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Recently moved to Park Slope and am craving yummy fresh sushi. Does anyone have any favorites to recommend? Thanks!

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  1. Another vote for Taro.

    1. J-PAN SUSHI is on 5th Avenue around 1st or 2nd Street. Sushi is always fresh, generous portions and extremely friendly service. I could be away for a month and they still remember my preferences. Also reasonably priced.

      1. I LOVE Ten Sushi on 7th avenue and 15th Street. I don't know where in Park Slope you live, but if you're further south, this place is the best. The decor is a little 80's, but don't hold it against them. Fish is fresh, rolls are simple or imaginative, depending on what you want, service is great and prices are totally reasonable, especially considering the quality of the food. And sometimes they serve your food with these weird LED lights (I mentioned the 80's thing before...) SO GOOD!

        1. Ten Sushi. Always fresh, great special rolls and tempura. And their delivery is great.

          1. Geido sushi is very good - on flatbush ave
            also tamari is excellent - on 5th ave near union st

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            1. re: dmbrooklyn

              tamari is still in business? wow.

              i left park slope 2 years ago but taro was the best then and still is fantastic.

              geido is great but i stopped going when taro first opened.

              sakura...if its still around...serves great sushi but cant compete on price with taro.

              1. re: sam1

                Tamari has closed, and I'm sad to see it go.

                1. re: pitu

                  dang, another awning went up at Tamari's last night -- guess it's a Sushi Ya, coming soon . . .

            2. Geido on Flatbush for great rolls, Taro Sushi in North Slope for sushi to rival the good Manhattan places, and Gen in Prospect Heights for both.

              1. I'm a Jpan girl.

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                1. re: secondbecky

                  Have to agree, jpan is consistently great. Nicest people too.