Even though Kinjo is pretty new to the Brooklyn culinary scene, it's quickly becoming NYC's best Japanese restaurant. Known for its extensive sushi list and innovative cocktails, this neighborhood gem is earning itself quite the reputation among locals and visitors alike for Chef Jeffrey Moon's irresistible Asian fusion cuisine. Serving up everything from kimchee fried rice and bibimbap to ribeye teriyaki and tofu steak, Kinjo is the perfect place for a romantic dinner, weekend brunch or Japanese take-out in Fort Greene.
If you're a lover of Asian food, beware. Kinjo's menu is virtually inexhaustible, filled with all your favorite Old World recipes prepared by using only the freshest New World ingredients, featuring everything from rice and noodle dishes to sushi rolls, soups and salads. At Kinjo, you can find the best of the East and the West under one roof.
Don't know where to start? Check out these menu best-sellers at Brooklyn's favorite sushi restaurant to get some ideas:
- Kinjo Ramen: For the best ramen you've ever set your eyes on, feast on this traditional Japanese noodle soup dish—a hearty portion of tonkotsu broth and Chinese-style wheat noodles served with twice-cooked pork belly, bacon kimchee soubise, egg and scallion.
- Chicken Wings: Indulge in an order of Kinjo's own gluten-free Korean fried chicken wings, tossed in a ginger soy glaze and served with chipotle molasses.
- Shiruku Sour: The bar at Kinjo always remains well-stocked with sake, whiskey and beer, but regulars can't seem to get enough of this refreshing cocktail made with mango bourbon, 5 spice, lemon, dry curacao and hell fire bitters.
For a truly unique dining experience, make a reservation or order delivery at Kinjo today by calling (718) 643-1400. Check out their website for more information.