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Map & Directions 296 Grand St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Japanese, Sushi
  • Sun-Thu 6pm-12am, Fri-Sat 6pm-1am
  • American Express
  • Delivery, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout
  • Dinner, Late Night
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

Bozu has boldly shouldered the task of being a sushi innovator, remaking maki rolls (try salmon drenched in raw garlic), but more importantly, inventing athe bomba-sweet vinegared rice fashioned into buttons topped with fish, further surmounted with a variety of crunchy, smeary, branchy things. The party bomb presents three each of six varieties, with some room for latitude; sushi aficionados shouldn't miss it. Further, there are a series of vegetarian salads featuring grain, tofu, and avocado that make a perfect prelude to your raw-fish orgy. The premises are pleasantly louche and subterranean.

Member Reviews

  • AnnaG wrote a review for Bozu
    on 07/16/09

    Great outdoor space, really healthy options. One of my favorite dishes is the lotus root marinated in sesame oil.

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  • Cristina F. on 04/16/10

    pork belly and party bomb!!

  • Jonathan L. on 01/27/13

    Try the Sashimi Platter. 4 types of fish, all super fresh and comes on a bed of greens and cubed carrots, daikon, radishes for a palette cleanser. You will not be disappointed.

  • Daiji on 08/21/11

    The food & infused Japanese Vodka is awesome. The crowed's gotten disgustingly hipster, and the service education on the staff's gotten lousy, poorer work ethic and service in the last few years : (

  • Dana L. on 06/16/11

    Pork belly and sushi bombs are amazing. So is the salmon herb roll. Yummmmm

  • Eric F. on 07/11/11

    Get the Party Bomb... no, get TWO

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