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KOMA Sushi 1618 Avenue M Brooklyn, NY 11230

www.KOMANYC.com

1618 Avenue M
Brooklyn, NY 11230

(718) 758-5311












SPECIAL ROLLS

Sake Sakura Maki- spicy salmon roll with crunch, topped with salmon toro, chefs special sauce

Maguro Tataki Maki- seared tuna avocado roll topped with maguro tataki, wasabi sauce

Hamachi Shichimi Maki- spicy yellowtail cucumber roll with crunch, topped with yellowtail, jalapeno, chefs special sauce

KOMA Spicy Tuna Roll- spicy tuna, avocado, cucumber, crunch

KOMA Rainbow Roll- california roll topped with salmon, tuna, yellowtail

KOMA Roll- yellowtail, tuna and avocado roll, topped with fluke and salmon

DAILY SPECIALS

Kinme Dai- golden eye snapper

Salmon Toro- denmark

Hamachi Toro

Kanpachi- japan, amberjack

Oh Toro- bluefin tuna

OMAKESE

Upon Request

SUSHI PLATTERS

Vegetable Rolls- 40 pieces

Fish Rolls- 88 pieces

Special Rolls- 88 pieces

STARTERS 

Edameme

Kani Salad

Miso Soup

Yellowtail Serano

Tuna Poke

Salmon Poke

Salmon Carpaccio

SUSHI/SASHIMI

Oh Toro

Chu Toro

Maguro Tuna

Spicy Tuna

Branzino

Smoked Salmon

Yaki Sake Seared Salmon Toro

ROLLS OR HANDROLLS

California 

Tuna

Spicy Tuna

Tuna Avocado

Salmon

Salmon Skin

Spicy Kani

KITCHEN ENTREES

Grilled Salmon- salmon with teriyaki sauce, served with seasonal vegetables 

Ahi Tuna- seared tuna with wasabi sauce or yuzu sauce, served with seasonal vegetables

Yellowtail Kama- grilled yellowtail collar with ponzu sauce

Miso Salmon- salmon marinated in miso sauce, served with seasonal vegetables

LUNCH SPECIAL 

20% Off Your Order From 12-4pm

 

information about KOMA Sushi
RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
Vaad of Flatbush

Hours
Sunday - Thursday: 12pm-11pm
Friday: closed
Saturday: 9:30pm-12am

Cuisine: Sushi
Avg. Check: $15-25
Attire:

Succah On Succot: No
Nine Days Menu: Yes
Open for Pesach: No

RESERVATIONS Recommended
CREDIT CARDS All major


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In order to ensure a confirmation for your reservation, it is recommended that you make your request at least 12-24 hours prior to your reservation time. The reservation is not confirmed unless you get an email back from the restaurant. If you do not get an email confirmation back within 4 hours of the reservation time, it is recommended that you call the restaurant to confirm. Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine and the restaurant are not responsible for reservations that are not able to be confirmed.
ABOUT KOMA Sushi

By the time it reaches your plate, it just looks like sushi, but it didn’t start out that way. It started as a proper fish, often tuna, and not the kind that comes from a can. The sushi chef at Koma Sushi, which opened in March of 2021, could tell you about it, but they’ve chosen to show you. 


 

Koma is a traditional, authentic kosher omakase dining experience, with a variety of unique & exotic fish from all over the world, brought to you in the heart of Brooklyn. Koma stands for 'ko'sher 'oma'kase. Koma’s menu has a wide variety of fish and flavorings to order from. From Branzino to Bass, Salmon to red snapper, and yellowtail. Of course, there is the big kahuna, bluefin tuna (but more on that later). They offer sashimi, hand rolls, omakase, and specialty rolls. For those who don’t eat raw fish, miso salmon and Kama yellow tail are hot kitchen items. Kama yellow is in particularly high demand, which explains its limited availability. Everybody wants some yellow tail. If your friends dragged you out for sushi, but it’s not your thing, you have options too, like the grilled salmon, or the miso soup. Mostly, however, this place is about sushi, and often, it’s about how the sushi is made.

 

Sushi as we know it today dates back to 18th century Japan when a man named Hanaya Yohei put tuna on the map as a delicacy. (Sushi more generally can be traced back to 2nd century BCE China, when rice and salt were used to preserve fish due to a lack of refrigeration). Now, centuries later, the chefs make sushi before your eyes. 

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The menu boasts a variety of traditional and exotic fish, which Koma gets daily such as Madai, kinmedai, Saba Kohada, Aji, Amadai, and Hata. However, rice is the main ingredient, and the process of preparation is crucial to that sushi taste, a fact that Koma understands and emphasizes. When rice and fish meet you get traditional Japanese sushi dishes such as Maguro Tataki and Hamachi Shichimi. 

 

Koma offers the unique and educational experience of watching their chefs break down an entire Bluefin Tuna for an eye-opening tuna carving event (usually every other Monday), including sushi, sashimi, rolls, hand rolls, & salads! You’ll learn where your sushi really comes from. It’s an eye opener, but that’s the fun! More importantly, you’ll know where your food is really coming from, and you’ll be able to appreciate both the art of sushi carving, and the fish that you’re eating. After the show, you’ll have the pleasure of enjoying unlimited tuna and toro for the rest of the night. There’s even a complimentary sake tasting! You’ll never be the same, and you’ll never look at sushi the same way again!
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