Natto Hibachi opens in Park Slope

The original spot of Ginza Sushi followed by Masami Japanese cuisine has been under new ownership since last summer – Finally the restaurant name changes and it is nowofficially a Hibachi Restaurant.

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So what’s this new restaurant all about?  It’s a Half-Price sushi spot with a few dine in tables, but mainly surrounded by Hibachi.  The pricing for sushi goes for $1.25 for Sushi & Sashimi singles or $2.75 for Regular or Hand Maki Rolls.  Appappetizers such as Grilled Sea Bass, Haru Maki and Crispy Crab all start off the menu. Standard Japanese soups such as Miso and Hot & Sour are available as well as some specials such as Asparagus Soups and the House Special for $6.00 is served with Shrimp, Scallops, Crabmeat in a spicy Miso Broth. Deep fried tempura rolls such as the Spider, Chicekn, Eel and White Fish all go for $4.00.  House special rolls start at $5.50 and go up to $12 for the Fire and Hot roll which includes Spicy Yellowtail, White Tuna, Jalapeno topped with spicy scallop and crunch.

Hibachi and Hibachi combos all made in front of you have various options and selections, Vegetable starts at $12 and the most expensive being Lobster, Shrimp & Scallops combo going for $33.  The restaurant serves Hibachi for lunch as well at a very modest $9.00 price point includes all options.

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