The perfect Friday night sushi date night in Park Slope. The sampler plate of four different rolls is the highlight of this restaurant. When eating out at sushi restaurants, I love a variety of different rolls and apps and OITA does this well. The sampler plate that we had was a combination of crunchy rolls / spicy rolls /classic rolls / fresh rolls (one had pesto, which I thought was an interesting take). You can’t go wrong with this spot for a great sushi experience.
After a long gap of 3-4 years, I finally had the opportunity to revisit Oita food, and it was well worth the wait. One of the highlights of my meal was the spicy tuna on crispy rice, which was incredibly delicious. What impressed me even more was their unique approach to sushi rolls, with a thin layer of rice that allowed me to savor a variety of fish and vegetables. The Oita sashimi stood out for its exceptional freshness and delightful chewiness. Furthermore, the staff members were incredibly friendly, adding to the overall positive experience. I am definitely planning to return in the future without any hesitation. Fresh fish, friendly service, and satisfied tastebuds are just the tip of the iceberg when you decide to eat here! I loved the food as well as the employees and would definitely recommend everyone in New York to eat here.
We’ve ordered takeout hand roll sets from Oita before. We took them to the park for a picnic and they were delicious and well packed. The seaweed of the hand rolls were each wrapped in plastic so they wouldn’t go soggy. Ever since then, I’ve wanted to dine it. It’s so cute inside. We came by on the weekend around noon and it was pretty empty. There’s a sushi counter and many tables too. We ordered 2 appetizers and the sushi roll set. Everything was tasty and came out pretty quickly. Highly recommend!
Came here for a dinner with the family. The menu is simple with good choices. The sushi came out fast and was very fresh. Presentation was high class and they made our dinner a good one. The pricing is up there for the quality of food. The Omakase was good but for the money the selection of fish could have been better as to what we have had elsewhere.