|Name:||Hana (former Haru)|
|Address:||22 South Broad Street, Ridgewood, NJ 07450|
|Opened:||11.45am - 3pm, 5pm - 10pm|
Excellent sushi. The Sushi & Sashimi For 2 is a real bargain and consists of a generous
assortment of quality pieces and a rainbow roll. The spicy tuna hand roll should not be missed.
The Bonsai Tree appetizer, a cucumber wrapped roll of crabmeat, avocado, shrimp and flying fish roe
served in a vinegar sauce is a "must." BYOB.
| ||- Ken (firstname.lastname@example.org) [July 25th 2001]|
| ||"The name has recently changed to Hana, but the ownership, chefs and quality are the
| ||- Ken (email@example.com) [December 2nd 2001]|
|Address:||43 Franklin Ave, Ridgewood, NJ 07450|
|Reviews:||"Sakura Bana have great sushi, great service, and a great lunch special...lunch box for about ten dollars with a choice of entre, a California roll, deep fried scallops, shrimp/veggie tempura plus tofu soup and salad. This place is definitely worth a listing."|
| ||"This is by far one of the finest sushi restaurants I have been to. Extremely clean
with a wonderful staff. The head chef (Ken) is a true master of his art. They offer a wide variety
of fresh fish and will gladly serve to order. This is one of Ridgewood's best kept secrets.
| ||- Michael Sgrosso [October 11th 2001]|
| ||"Ken is indeed a master! The restaurant is also one of the few true purveyors of true Japanese cuisine in Bergen County. And, the quality of the food is evidenced by the regularly high numbers of Japanese patrons, the consistently varied assortment of sushi you won't find in any other sushi bar and the plethora of seasonal Japanese offerings on the menu like Dobin-Mushi (Matsutake soup).
In a town with 6 or so 'Japanese' restaurants there is only one worth going to: Sakura Bana. The others are just a farce.
| ||- firstname.lastname@example.org [November 7th 2002]|