It's not the best sushi in Brooklyn, but it is an institution--open since 1985 and with a vibe that's more like a neighborhood bar than in sushi bar. Snag a seat at the sushi bar, where a crew of regulars drink beer and banter with the chefs. While all the usual gigantic, Americanized rolls are fine here, but the best way to go is the omakase for two, which means the chef will prepare an array of sashimi and sushi according to his whim. At just $50 total, it's one of the best value sushi feeds around.
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Osamu Koyama poured another glass of sweet, viscous sake, at the halfway point of a fantastically fun omakase meal which eventually put us out the grand total of $32.50. Geido (331 Flatbush Ave, 718-638-8866) is an i...