Fodor's Expert Review Sasaya

$ Prenzlauer Berg Japanese

In a city that still sometimes struggles to get sushi right, Sasaya's concept can seem groundbreaking: simple, authentic Japanese food in an equally comfortable, no-fuss atmosphere. Don't expect sushi to be the center of the menu, though—the focus is on reasonably priced small plates made for sharing. Pickled vegetables, seaweed salad, crispy pork belly, raw octopus, and a number of soups served with the traditional Japanese dashi (fish and seaweed) broth are highlights. Dessert favorites include green tea ice cream and satisfyingly chewy balls of mochi. The best seats are the low tables by the windows, where long, low couches mean you can recline languidly during your meal–-ask when you make a reservation

Japanese Intimate Lunch Dinner $

Quick Facts

Lychenerstr. 50
Berlin, Berlin  10437, Germany

030-4471–7721

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Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Tues. and Wed., Reservations essential

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