Friday, February 25, 2011

Kuho 65, Brooklyn, NYC

So on a particular chilly night, hotpot was definitely a viable option. We decided to check out this place based on a client's recommendation. Hotpot and sushi? Interesting.

We were rather pleasantly surprised with the quality and cleanliness of the restaurant. The hotpots are individual little pots so there's no communal dunking, the food is fresh and replenished quickly. The variety of sauces is also quite decent. The beef in particular was quite nicely marbled.

Expecting the sushi to take a backseat in this meal, the variety of rolls we ordered were definitely better than some non-buffet joints. True, it's not the best sushi in the world but for this price, their spicy tuna rolls do give the rest of the competition a run for their money.

1703 65 St
Brooklyn, NY 11204
Neighborhood: Bensonhurst
(718) 232-5688



gENE said...

that's a LOT of sushi!!

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