This massive space features 110 seats on the outdoor terrace and 115 seats indoors. Menuwise, you can expect 20 craft beers (mostly microbrews from Japan) as well as fun fusiony bar snacks from chef Brain Tsao like a Spam Sushi Dog with smoked pineapple relish.
A highlight of this sprawling indoor-outdoor aerie with inventive food is the list of at least two dozen Asian beers, from several countries.
more than 300 varieties of asian flora are potted around the wood-fitted den, which boasts a panoramic lounge with white-oak benches and fully retractable windows to showcase soaring views of the brooklyn skyline.
at the white-stone bar, choose from a 24-bottle microbrew selection highlighting far east options, including a hoppy japanese ginga kogen hefeweizen and a chocolate-colored sri lankan lion stout.
here’s kimoto, this pretty serious rooftop in downtown brooklyn that’s now o-p-e-n. a japanese rooftop with a hell of a view.
wheeled planters with climbing plants, pots of succulents and ferns, and dozens of simple wooden seats and tables call back to nature. the menu has a bit of an asian stoner food vibe.
the perfect setting to share a plate of tokyo-inspired shibuya disco fries loaded with brisket, daikon chili, jalapenos, garlic sour cream and sriracha sauce.
CITITOUR, september 24, 2015
east-meets-west comfort food with a view.
NY POST, september 16, 2015