Inaka Sushi House
Nearby Subway Stops
F, G at Seventh Ave.
American Express, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Beer and Wine Only
- Sake and Soju
7th St. to Flatbush Ave., Prospect Park West to Third Ave.
This venue is closed.
Given the glut of sushi joints in Park Slope, maybe it’s for the best that raw fish isn’t Inaka Sushi House’s strong suit. What the restaurant excels at are Japanese specialties harder to find in the hood—options beyond tempura, teriyaki, and donburi (though Inaka has these too). Diners can find, for example, hearty soups like Sukiyaki, Yosenabe, and Shabu Shabu under the heading of “casseroles.” Each is made with a variety of meats and vegetables and based in a flavorful broth. They’re served literally boiling hot and in tremendous covered-earthenware bowls. Inaka also serves its generous tempura and teriyaki bento boxes at dinner—not just at lunchtime. When it comes with miso soup, a California roll, dumplings, salad, and rice, the expected isn’t such a bad thing.Recommended Dishes
Pork gyoza, $4.25; sukiyaki, $14.95
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