Brooklyn >Iron Chef House
“It's a cute, cozy place that would be great for a first date.”
“Honestly, I think this tiny place has the best sushi I've ever had.”
“It is a great place for a casual dinner too.”
“The sushi is very fresh, the atmosphere is comfortable and relaxing, and the staff is delightful.”
“The portions here are bigger than anywhere I've seen and the prices are beyond reasonable.”
“This place is very small and it packs up quick, your best bet is to go late and miss the dinner crowd.”
The fish is first-rate and traditional. From Toro, Fresh Sea Urchin in the Shell, Spanish Mackerel to Monkfish Liver, there are few other places in Brooklyn where you can find the sheer variety of fish that Iron Chef offers. Also, a customer can enjoy 40 different kinds of creative rolls along with well-known rolls. Besides offering some of the best sushi, Iron Chef also features a selection of tasty and filling tempura dishes, delicious soups and a range of traditional main dishes. …
Top Notch. I have been frequenting Iron Chef for about a year now. Every single time has been absolutely phenomenal. The sushi is amazing. The service is extraordinarily quick and extraordinarily friendly. It is a great place for a date. It is a great place for a casual dinner too. My only critique is that the tables aren't spaced very far apart so it feels like you are eating with the couple next to you at times, but the restaurant is very small and always busy, so they have to do what they have to do...do NOT let that stop you from giving it a try. A+
BEST SUSHI IN MYC!!!!. I have been to many expensive sushi places in NYC, but this place beats them all in every category: Quality, Service and Price. I absolutely adore the salmon miso soup, it alone is enough to fill you up and it really hits the spot on a cold night. The house rolls are excellent, you can't go wrong no matter which you choose! The hardest part is deciding what to get because everyting is soo good!The portions here are bigger than anywhere I've seen and the prices are beyond reasonable. This place is very small and it packs up quick, your best bet is to go late and miss the dinner crowd. This is a primo first date spot!!!!
EXCELLENT!. The sushi is incredibly fresh, the rolls are creative and tasty, the service is fantastic (so personable and sweet) and it's very well priced. Everytime we have out of town guests and a chill night where we want to stay in Brooklyn, we bring them here. We also come all the time and order out. Huge fans!
Best in Brooklyn. Maybe the best in the city--really. The sushi is extremely fresh. Toro (in season) melts in your mouth. And, on top of it all, it is cheap--sushi for two with sake and dessert can be $40-50.
super teriffic. I lived in the heights for a year before I found Iron Chef. Tucked away down Clark, off of Henry, is one of the better sushi restaurants that I've been to-- Manhattan or Brooklyn. The House rolls are unique and served in huge portions. The Green Paper roll (tuna and eel, wrapped in green paper with tobico), the Osaka (shirmp tempura wrapped in eel) and the Yellow Dragon (yellow tail, shrimp, and flying fish roe) are amazing. In all probably 15 house rolls, 10 traditional rolls (yellow tail, eel tempoura, california roll, etc). Sushi and sushimi good quality, fresh, and tasty. Miso, seaweed salad, tempura, all excellent. Sushi snob or no, this place is great. If you're in the Heights, you know how hard it is to find great places to eat. Iron Chef would be good eats no matter what part of the city it was in.
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