Salt and Charcoal New York

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Salt and Charcoal New York: Japanese restaurant in Williamsburg

17 March 2016

Sushi, yakatori and Tempura at Salt and Charcoal New York

After a day of shopping in Bedfort Stuyvesant in Brooklyn there is nothing better than to find a restaurant where you can do shared dining. With a beer, a wine or a cocktail. So nice! We sat down at Salt and Charcoal. A Japanese restaurant with sushi, yakatori, tempura and sashimi on the menu. And that is just what we felt like.

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Eventually we ordered the sushi with unagi (eel) and tuna tartare because Anne and I are both crazy about it. Super nice: the tuna sashimi is made at the table! Next we decided to choose for a vegetarian dish: the veg tempura. Wasabi salt included. Surprisingly good! And we ordered a meat dish: ribs. YUMMY! It was all so delicious! Absolutely a recommendation.

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Tip: do you want to drink an aperitif and eat oysters before you go out for dinner at Salt en Charcoal in New York? Go to Maison Premiere. It’s around the corner!

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Salt and Charcoal

171 Grand St.

New York (Brooklyn)
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