Brooklyn >Ginza Sushi Inc
2809 Ocean Ave, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1122940.592962 -73.950000
“The sushi is very fresh and they offer half price sushi and rolls until 5pm, and after that, hand rolls and sushi are still on special, but rolls go to regular price.”
“The service is also great; in other restaurants (usually corporate owned), there are rules regarding when to bring your food to the table, but at Ginza, they bring it whenever it's ready, meaning very quickly.”
“Completely inexpensive delicious, beautiful food.”
Quality Sushi in Brooklyn!.
I am always ordering delivery, couple of times ate there, but sushi are great all the time, very fresh, good size and tasty.
Best Sushi Restaurant in Brooklyn.
My friend's parents own the restaurant, and I've worked there for a very short time and I can say hands down that this restaurant is absolutely amazing. I've had sushi in much more upscale and expensive restaurants and I've never been nearly as impressed with their food. The owners get new shipments of fish roughly every 1-2 weeks, guaranteeing freshness. If the fish doesn't look good enough, they don't buy it.
The service is also great; in other restaurants (usually corporate owned), there are rules regarding when to bring your food to the table, but at Ginza, they bring it whenever it's ready, meaning very quickly. I've brought many friends there and every single one has said it is the best tasting sushi they've had. Their crunchy kani rolls are amazing! I'd also suggest the dancing kani roll, which is made of avocado, crab meat, and spicy mayo (it's really not that spicy... I can't eat spicy foods at all). Still, all of their rolls are delicious, and they'll cater to your tastes.
The busiest times are obviously weekends, usually after 6 until about 10, they open and close at 11 everyday, but even then you'll probably get a table within 15-30 minutes.
Great sushi, great price. I've been going here for the past 5 years and have never been dissapointed. The sushi is always good, the Ginza Rolls are heavenly! For the price, this is the best sushi.
One f my favorites. Definitely one fmy favorite susi rests in nyc. I think they were doing 1/2 price sushi before anyone else in nyc was doing 1/2 price sushi. The price does not reflect the service, quality, or taste of the food whatsoever. The service is alwyas kind and friednly althoug the restaurant is mall and almsot always crowded because it is so good and teh food is alwaysfresh and deeeelicious. Best rolls, miso soup, noodles, and beef negimaki I've ahd anywher in brooklyn in nyc. Consistently good and recomended.
Brooklyn's Little Sushi Secret.
My husband and I have been going to Ginza for almost 8 years! The sushi is the best~ and I have had sushi in so many restaurants all around the city. They have wonderful half price deals, that you won't find anywhere else.
They have little booths if you want a little privacy w/ your date~ and they have large tables for families and groups. They have recently expanded to make more room due to the super business! The staff is very friendly too~
Everything is wonderful about this place except for the bathroom. I happen to think that a restaurant bathroom is a huge reflection on the restaurant. They should have renovated the bathroom when they did the extension.
My advice: go the bathroom at home, and then go to Ginza for EXCELLENT sushi and service.
If you order from home you can pick up yourself but, the sushi is better if you dine in.
I cannot say anything bad about ginza. they recently expanded the place allowing parties.
I know ppl complain that there is no parking but you can always take the b49 bus that travels up and down ocean ave.
(dont make reservations.... unless you have a party or something otherwise i dont think you can.. well you can ask if u want)
large group.. call in advance
if u have smaller kids make sure they arent toooo toooo loud cause it is a small resterant and it distrpts ppl.
You can come to the resterant at night ~12:00 there are no ppl and you get your food very quickly.
Great Sushi in Brooklyn. I had gone to Ginza a few years ago and liked it, but with so many other Japanese places to choose from here in NYC, it sort of got lost in the shuffle. I recently rediscovered it, and I am glad that I did. The sushi is very fresh and they offer half price sushi and rolls until 5pm, and after that, hand rolls and sushi are still on special, but rolls go to regular price. The place is rather small and get can crowded, but thats a small price to pay for such good food.
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