Enjoy a meal at the neighborhood favorite Hibino!
From New York magazine:
Hibino means “daily” in Japanese, and one of the ways this person able restaurant aspires to become a quotidian habit for its Cobble Hill neighborhood is by posting the day’s obanzai, or home-style small plates, on its blog. Another is by offering fare that can’t be found at neighboring sushi bars: so-called Japanese comfort food like fresh tofu, served in small glass jars; beef kakuni, chunks of tender short rib braised in sweet soy sauce and set afloat on rounds of daikon in a rich vegetable purée; and soft, succulent eggplant caramelized to an almost meaty richness. Oshi, or pressed sushi, is another high light, each piece layered with shiso leaves, microgreens, and egg, and topped with soy-marinated fish.
Certificate Expires 1/10/2013