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Shalom Japan
Japanese Restaurant$$
Today 11AM–3PM, 5:30–10PM
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310 S 4th St Brooklyn, NY 11211
310 South 4th StreetUSNew York11211
$$Japanese Restaurant, BarToday 11AM–3PM, 5:30–10PM
Sunday 11AM–3PM, 5:30–10PMMonday ClosedTuesday 5:30–10PMWednesday 5:30–10PMThursday 5:30–11PMFriday 5:30–11PMSaturday 11AM–3PM, 5:30–11PM
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Jewish & Japanese flavors fused together in creative small plates offered in a small, low-key space.- Google
"The tongue salad lacked the pizzazz of the other dishes."
"The beef short rib cholent and lox bowl were highlights."
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Jackie Gordon Singing Chef
2 months ago
I wanted to eat Shalom Japan ever since I heard the name. Hilarious! It has a really nice atmosphere and gracious service. My favorite dishes were the teriyaki duck wings; the scallop sashimi with turnip, Asian pears and shiso; okonomiyaki with pastrami and bonito flakes. We really enjoyed the matzo ball ramen . The texture of the matzo ball was perfect. The Jew egg was nicely executed in terms of technique, but the falafel coating needed more seasoning. The tongue salad lacked the pizzazz of the other dishes.
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Jocelyn Borgner
10 months ago
hands down one of the best places I've been in Brooklyn lately. great atmosphere and amazing food! the cocktails are delicious and the small plates are creative and perfect for sharing.
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V.D. Veksler
2 years ago
I expected the food to be good, but this was world-class. Each dish we got was delicious, and the cuisine was truly unique. The food was comforting and exotic at the same time. Reasonably priced too.
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ilya mezheritsky
2 years ago
Great vibes. Real good service. Creative drinks. Try the challah bread, the chicken, or the lamb ribs. Yummy!!
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David Bledin
5 months ago
Ah-mazing. Each dish was a masterpiece in true fusion. Standout dishes were the okonomiyaki with pastrami, the duck wings, the steak tartare. You don't need the omakaze as a La carte portions are very generous. Truly a gem... Thank you Google maps for the rec!
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Mike de Raaf
10 months ago
We had the 5 course omakase and everything was delicious. The beef short rib cholent and lox bowl were highlights.
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Zhila S.
a year ago
Amazing, amazing, amazing! I would eat here every day if I could. Recently went for brunch, and had amazing food and perfect service. New favorite restaurant in Williamsburg!
Alex Segal
2 years ago
Exceptional dining experience. Aaron Israel and Sawa Okochi have created a truly special restaurant, with a thoughtful, inventive and delicious menu executed to perfection. The drinks are stellar, the space is cozy and the service is excellent. Shalom Japan leaves you smiling and satiated all night.