Kiku Japanese Bistro
Sushi & other fare in Park Slope.
What We Had
We both ordered the Sushi Dinner – 9 pieces of assorted sushi with a tuna avocado roll
Nicely seasoned if a bit stiff rice,
good quality fish on the sushi, and the tuna boat looking piece had nice little crunchies for a change of pace. The roll was simple but good with sesame seeds for an extra pop.
As always, we had to get dumplings. Pork Gyoza was the dumpling of choice – The gyoza had vice seasoning, with a melt in your mouth wrapper and just a touch of crunch.
Somehow, we also ended up with vanilla ice cream and oranges at the end if the meal. Fabulous, and a welcome treat we didn’t even know we wanted.
Clean, modern, and low lit.
Stellar. Attentive and efficient.
A nice little sushi spot and a great option for dinner in the neighborhood.
4.5 out of 5 for solid sushi and a pleasant atmosphere (minus the smooth jazz. They almost lost a quarter of a point for that).