Okoze Sushi

★★★★★

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I am a "foodie". My wife and I were planning on going to Gary Denko's restaurant, but couldn't get a better seating than 10pm for months, after multiple calls - and I had a fixed weekend flight schedule. So - we punted. I wanted to keep

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★★★★★

I am a "foodie". My wife and I were planning on going to Gary Denko's restaurant, but couldn't get a better seating than 10pm for months, after multiple calls - and I had a fixed weekend flight schedule. So - we punted. I wanted to keep

Pros: Innovative, Fresh, Service Oriented

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I had dinner at Okoze last night and had the best experience. The sushi was the best I have had in a while. The Sushi chefs were great! Very pleasant and enjoyable to watch. There was minimal waiting for a table and the service was excellent. I will definitely eat here again.

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★★★★★

I had dinner at Okoze last night and had the best experience. The sushi was the best I have had in a while. The Sushi chefs were great! Very pleasant and enjoyable to watch. There was minimal waiting for a table and the service was excellent. I will definitely eat here again.

Pros: Great Sushi

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Very pleased with the quality, selection and freshness of the sushi found at the Okoze Sushi restaurant. Small and quaint, food is done to perfection. Pricey, but worth it.

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★★★★☆

Very pleased with the quality, selection and freshness of the sushi found at the Okoze Sushi restaurant. Small and quaint, food is done to perfection. Pricey, but worth it.

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I live really close to Okoze and I am so happy it opened, Sushi Groove is really yummy too but Okoze's atmosphere is much nicer, the chefs are so cute and nice- definitely did sake bombs with them one night when everyone had left...

Food is great- specials are always amazing, I even tried monkfish liver and it was delish...

If you want something cozy, not super fancy, but wonderful sushi go here!

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★★★★★

I live really close to Okoze and I am so happy it opened, Sushi Groove is really yummy too but Okoze's atmosphere is much nicer, the chefs are so cute and nice- definitely did sake bombs with them one night when everyone had left...

Food is great- specials are always amazing, I even tried monkfish liver and it was delish...

If you want something cozy, not super fancy, but wonderful sushi go here!

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The Owner at this restaurant is also the sushi chef, I believe he has never taken a day off since the opening and is friendly and warming. Price may be high but it is worth it

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★★★★★

The Owner at this restaurant is also the sushi chef, I believe he has never taken a day off since the opening and is friendly and warming. Price may be high but it is worth it

Pros: Great Food

Cons: Parking

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We just moved into the neighborhood and were anxious to try it. The sushi was very good, better than most. Service was immediately prompt but after we were served we received no attention for the remainder of the evening. It wasn't that they were busy, we were simply ignored. We both had empty wine glasses throughout most of the dinner. And we couldn't get anyone's attention for another look at the menu to order more stuff. Desert consisted of two choices, both bland. We each (two people) ordered a salad, a roll specialty, wine by the glass and a desert. We left hungry after paying a $100 tab (including tip). It's really too bad about the service and the pricing because the sushi is very good.

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★★★☆☆

We just moved into the neighborhood and were anxious to try it. The sushi was very good, better than most. Service was immediately prompt but after we were served we received no attention for the remainder of the evening. It wasn't that they were busy, we were simply ignored. We both had empty wine glasses throughout most of the dinner. And we couldn't get anyone's attention for another look at the menu to order more stuff. Desert consisted of two choices, both bland. We each (two people) ordered a salad, a roll specialty, wine by the glass and a desert. We left hungry after paying a $100 tab (including tip). It's really too bad about the service and the pricing because the sushi is very good.

Pros: very good sushi

Cons: pricey, unattentive service

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As of writing this review, Okoze had a 9.6 overall, and from my perspective that rating is well deserved. I have been to a lot of sushi restaurants, and I can only think of three that I like better (I have been to over 30). Okoze has spectacular fish, eclectic dishes, beautiful presentation (definitely one of their stong points) , and very very good service. This restaurant is not cheap though so expect to pay as much as you would at one of the other big boys (i.e. don't be surprised by a $70 bill for two). the price, however, is in line with the quality. One other perk, it is never crowded so you will not have to wait for a seat. In conclusion, if you stop by a certain other sushi house right around the corner and are turned off by the blaring music and bustling clientele, stop by Okoze for a more soothing traditional, but equally delicious (and expensive) meal.

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★★★★★

As of writing this review, Okoze had a 9.6 overall, and from my perspective that rating is well deserved. I have been to a lot of sushi restaurants, and I can only think of three that I like better (I have been to over 30). Okoze has spectacular fish, eclectic dishes, beautiful presentation (definitely one of their stong points) , and very very good service. This restaurant is not cheap though so expect to pay as much as you would at one of the other big boys (i.e. don't be surprised by a $70 bill for two). the price, however, is in line with the quality. One other perk, it is never crowded so you will not have to wait for a seat. In conclusion, if you stop by a certain other sushi house right around the corner and are turned off by the blaring music and bustling clientele, stop by Okoze for a more soothing traditional, but equally delicious (and expensive) meal.

Pros: gorgeous presentation, quiet soothing atmosphere, great fish, right off Hyde (nice walk)

Cons: $$ (but that's sushi)

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