It's almost impossible to believe, but little Bozu preceded the Williamsburg dining boom and has been flourishing for over a decade now. That's practically a dinosaur in these parts, but this hep cat shows no signs of slowing down. It's still jumping every night of the week with an energetic crowd. And why not? Eating here is a blast, and their sushi is the bomb-quite literally. The unique sushi bombs (flat coin-like rice cakes topped with fish, spicy sauces and such) are one of the kitchen's signature dishes and for good reason. But do try the tender pork Betty and delicious fried tako balls too. The menu here has been described as "authentically inauthentic." But however named, the important thing is that the food is executed with care and attention.
- MICHELIN guide inspectors