The Sushi Ganso space is becoming... Jane!

The Sushi Ganso space is becoming... Jane!

Coming in April! The Sushi Ganso space at 31 3rd Ave will reopen as the brand new Brooklyn branch of Jane, Soho’s beloved American bistro.

See you at Jane soon!

For more information, please check out Jane’s website.

How to Find Us

How to Find Us

Sushi Ganso is located at 31 3rd Ave, between the Atlantic and State, in Boerum Hill. We’re open seven days, Sun-Thu from 5p-11p, and Fri & Sat from 5pm-12a. We also serve sushi for lunch on Sat & Sun noon-4pm at our sister restaurant Ganso Yaki, next door. Our phone number is 646-927-1776.

We’re walking distance from Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Cobble Hill and Boerum Hill, and we’re minutes from BAM and the Barclays Center. Click on the map above for directions.

Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers

What style of sushi do we prepare?

At Sushi Ganso, Chef Tomo Hayashi is drilling down to sushi bedrock, creating classic Tokyo-style sushi and sashimi with seafood from Japan and the USA. The offerings are straightforward, authentic and seasonal. Sushi and sashimi are the highlight here, of course, with Edomae Nigirizushi (Tokyo-style sushi) offered by the piece and in special sets, including a daily Omakase set (“chef’s choice”). The menu also lists a complement of Makimono (classic rolls) and vegetarian rolls, as well as Chirashi, Osaka-style chopped sashimi over vinegared rice.

Is Sushi Ganso kid friendly?

Definitely. We have children’s seats if you need them. If you’re bringing a stroller, we’re happy to store it for you. We also have a changing table in the bathroom.

Do we take reservations?

We do not take reservations, and seat guests first-come, first-served. Please ask a server to add your name to our list if there’s a wait when you arrive. We’ll do our best to seat you as quickly as possible.

Who is our sushi chef?

Our kitchen is run by veteran Sushi Chef Tomo Hayashi. Tokyo trained, Chef Tomo previously worked as a sushi chef at Matsuri, Omen, and at Michelin-starred Sushi Azabu.

Who runs Sushi Ganso?

Sushi Ganso is run by Harris Salat. A Brooklyn native long fascinated by Japan, Harris’s stories about Japanese cuisine have appeared in The New York Times, Saveur, Gourmet and other publications. Harris has also trained in Japanese restaurant kitchens in New York, Tokyo and Kyoto, and has co-authored four popular Japanese cookbooks.
Email Harris at

Who designed the space?

Sushi Ganso was designed by Amy Butchko of Butchko & Co. Amy worked with natural materials to create a casual, comfortable atmosphere that evokes a Japanese sensibility.

Who painted the murals?

On the wall opposite the sushi bar are giant murals of a sea bream and octopus gyo-taku (Japanese fish prints) painted by the renown New York-based Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu. The inscription below the sea bream reads “I’ve come to Sushi Ganso to be eaten.”

Who designed our menus?

Our friend and creative force Dhira Rauch. Performance artist, illustrator, designer, copy writer and sushi chef, Dhira currently runs an artist residency in rural Pennsylvania. Check out her website at

Sushi Ganso In The Press

Sushi Ganso In The Press

Eater “The Hottest Restaurants in Brooklyn Right Now, March 2016″

“Sushi Ganso offers a daily omakase and small dishes like ankimo, steamed monkfish liver in yuzu ponzu. It’s right next to Ganso Yaki, an izakaya where people will now be able to order sushi. [read more, scroll down to #2]

Zagat “Sushi Ganso Brings Authentic Japanese Fare to Boerum Hill” Feb 29, 2016

“Choose a selection of kobashi appetizers and salads  before moving to the traditional sushi and sashimi portion of the menu.” [read more]

Eater “Salat and Ono Raise the Curtain on Sushi Ganso Tonight” Feb 29, 2016

“Besides sushi and sashimi, Sushi Ganso offers small dishes like ankimo, steamed monkfish liver in yuzu ponzu, and uzaku, freshwater eel rolled in a cucumber.”  [read more]

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