"KOO" is the informal and masculine way of expressing "to eat" in Japanese. To Japanese people, it would be more natural to spell the word "ku", but ... More
"KOO" is the informal and masculine way of expressing "to eat" in Japanese. To Japanese people, it would be more natural to spell the word "ku", but by spelling it "KOO", we feel it gives a more charming impression.Our non-traditional fusion menu features innovative sushi creations and an extensive variety of salads, shared plates, sashimi and hand rolls. Premium sakes, wine and beer complement the playful cuisine.
Love their unusual catch of the day fish. Very fresh worth the money. My favorites are actualy their cooked dishes. Very inventive, fully of flavor. Black cod with miso, ribs with lettuce wrap, fried tofu with miso
My wife and I love this place. The sushi and rolls are as good as Ebisu, just down the road, but you can make reservations here -- which definitely helps on a Thu/Fri/Sat night.
Instead of diving right into the Sushi, try their various apps -- really well done.
I highly recommend Koo for delicious sushi in a very zen place. You have to try the spoonful of joy, with uni and quail egg and halibut and truffle oil.
Great music in the background and very mellow cool interior. Much better environment than Ebisu.
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