A fusion of Japanese sushi and Korean food with karaoke rooms in the back. The menu is a bit overwhelming with Sushi Sets, Ramen and Udon, Teriyaki dishes and more, but the food will not disappoint. Many of the dishes are shareable, such as the Korean Fried Chicken and Kimchi Pancakes. Specialty rolls are named after celebrities; Taylor Swift (Shrimp, Tuna, and King Crab) and the Kanye West (Salmon, Avocado, and King Crab). Wash it all down with some sake or a Japanese craft beer — Yona Yona Pale Ale, Aooni IPA, Wednesday Cat White Ale, Tokyo Black Porter, Samurai Barley Ale and Japanese Golden Kolsh are all available. The dining room is large and has a series of simple, elegant wood tables, perfect for groups. Three karaoke rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Sandobe is a Korean and Japanese hybrid that is currently open for lunch, dinner, and karaoke. The Bushwick restaurant is offering appetizers items like a seafood pancake ($14), Korean fried chicken ($12), miso ramen ($13), and kimchi pork fried rice ($11). There’s poke on the menu, too. The karaoke rooms are available by the hour, and can fit up to 30 guests.