Kinjo, a new Japanese restaurant in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, offers a variety of Japanese cuisine, Asian fusion, and vegetable dishes that cater to many dietary restrictions including vegans. Combining different cuisines from across Japan, this new Asian fusion restaurant combines eastern and western dishes into one eclectic menu.
Headed by Chef Luciano Bravo, Kinjo prepares delicious vegan fare such as savory mushroom soup, miso soup, fresh kale and seaweed salads, vegetable ramen, curry udon, assorted vegetable tempura, pico gyoza, and vegan sushi rolls. With fresh seasonal ingredients used daily, Kinjo’s innovative menu has something to offer everyone.
With a drink menu containing cocktails such as shiruku sour, black dahlia, and petrichor, you will find the perfect balance of Asian fusion and eastern thinking in every hand crafted cocktail. During happy hour, you can enjoy reduced prices on one of Kinjo’s signature cocktails made with an Asian twist or enjoy a sample from their fine selection of aged shōchū, sake, and Japanese whiskies. Also, students from the Pratt Institute will get 20% off their order when they show valid student ID.
Whether you come for the full Japanese ambience experience or simply want to pick up some quick Japanese takeout, Kinjo has food and drinks that will impress even the pickiest of gourmet vegan eaters. With food promotions happening throughout the week, be sure to check out Kinjo’s on Facebook and Twitter. To make a reservation or to order takeout, call Kinjo at (718) 643-1400 or visit them online.