Located in Plattsburgh, New York, and neighboring the old Capital One Auto Finance building, Koto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi is a casual restaurant offering a wide selection of mouth-watering meals. Menu options include sashimi, sushi, hibachi, teriyaki, tempura, noodles, salads, soups, appetizers, and much more. Koto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi is pet friendly and has designated four outdoor tables where you can enjoy your meal as your pet sits nearby. There’s no better way to start your dining experience in this Japanese eatery than a taste of the Rock Shrimp Tempura with spicy mayo followed by the Hibachi Steak with mixed veggies, salad, soup, and your choice of fried noodles, fried rice, or white rice. If you are a sushi enthusiast, order the King of the Sea Roll with cucumber, avocado, salmon, yellowtail, spicy tuna, topped with eel sauce, black tobiko, crunch, and spicy king crab. Koto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi operates from Monday through Thursday from 11 am to 10 pm, on Friday from 11 am to 10:30 pm, on Saturdays from 12 pm to 10:30 pm, and on Sundays from 12 pm to 9:30 pm.

Koto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi has a great selection of sushi, but before we delve into that let’s have a general overview of what this eatery has to offer. Koto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi has one of the most relaxed yet sophisticated restaurant settings. It is one of the best places in New York to experience Japanese cuisine. The staff is fantastic, and the service second to none. If that isn’t enough, the cost-friendly menu might tickle your fancy. From The delicious Kota and ginger salads to the mouthwatering vanilla ice cream, you will scarcely be disappointed. The hibachi dishes are a must-try, especially the sesame chicken served with fried rice and stir fry veggies.

Koto’s clear broth soup features a unique and well-balanced flavor that wonderfully complements the entree. The broth is salty but not too salty– just enough to arouse your taste buds. It is elegant, simple, and quite delicious. For dessert, try the green tea fried ice cream. Ice cream is great on its own but when you add green tea to the equation, it’s something to remember.

Hibachi tables are perfect if you are seeking something more entertaining than the regular. You sit around a bar grill while the hibachi master cook prepares your meal while putting on a fantastically whimsical show. The master chefs showcase their awe-inspiring prowess in a manner that makes you smile or want to laugh out loud. However, regardless of whether you enjoy your meal around a hibachi table or eat at a regular table, you will have a wonderful experience. Koto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi will push you to rethink your position on Japanese cuisine (in a positive way). “Fresh” “delicious” and “fairly-priced” are the three words that best describe this New York-based eatery.