Salt + Charcoal
The menu at this Japanese restaurant in Williamsburg centers on its grilled options, from a porterhouse for two that was dry aged in a climate-controlled environment for at least 28 days ($55 per person) to smoked duck breast with balsamic soy butter ($46) to chargrilled octopus with miso garlic butter ($17). Carnivores might also be interested in the wagyu carpaccio ($22) or tartar ($26), while seafood lovers might want to try the bafun-uni shooter with a poached egg, truffle oil and caviar ($12). You can also order an assortment of sashimi ($50) or sushi rolls such as eel-cucumber ($22) or shrimp tempura with tuna and crab ($22). The drink menu also favors Japanese beverages, from bottles of Sapporo ($6) to a distilled liquor called shochu to sake infused with charcoal, lemon, shiso, coffee and other flavors ($6 each).
Venue says: “Brooklyn’s only Japanese steakhouse. Experience our super tender steaks, wide selection of seafood, Japanese inspired appetizers & full bar.”