|Photo courtesy of Will Travel For Food|
The place only seats about 25 people so its really tiny. I've tried the Teriyaki Chicken Burger ($10) & Ramen noddles ($12) for lunch and the Galubi (beef short ribs, $15) for supper. I had a taste of the Onigiri rice balls and the Salmon head as well. The food tasted good, but I must say that the portions are really small (the photo below makes the plate look decent but it's extremely light).
|Galubi: Beef short-ribs|
That being said, I suggest that you drop in Kazu for some great tasting food if you aren't hungry. I don't know if pure foodies would be totally against this review because it's supposed to be about quality and not quantity but it's a bit of a downer to be starving after a meal.
After Kazu we went out for dessert at Cacao 70 and returned home right away and one of my buddies, Satya, started to cook something to eat (and he is not a huge eater!). Going out to eat and having to cook supper when you get home...well you get the idea.
The photos below are courtesy of Alex Dao from her Yelp post on Kazu. (Left: Salmon & Tuna bowl, Right: Ramen Noodles)
Do you get full at Kazu?