During the duration that we were at the restaurant, there was not any mouse as previously mentioned. Believe at one time they were part of Suki Zuki in Water Mill. There fried chicken salad bowl is quite famous for a good reason. I also enjoyed the Pan Fried Vegetable Gyoza, which consisted of cabbage, carrots, and edamame. We have been coming to this East Hampton Montauk Highway location for sushi and drinks for over six years. 789 were here. It was once under the name Bamboo several years back, then changed to a different name, and is now called Zokkon. I have found sushi nirvana in East Hampton at Zuk-kon. Choice of chicken or shrimp), (green curry w/ fresh vegetable, coconut milk. The Chicken Teriyaki Salad (for only $10) is enough for 2 people and is, although simple, SO INCREDIBLY DELICIOUS. Bad idea.More, portion sizes are very good-food above average sushi-prices reasonable-sometimes the service can be slow, as there are not many waiters, I'm a local who lives in East Hampton full-time, and this is the best sushi place in East Hampton.

Sushi-Chef’s choice), (assortment of sashimi on a bed of seasoned rice), (broiled eel w/ tasty sauce on a bed of rice), (1 california Roll, 1 Tuna Roll, 7pcs. Closed on Sunday in the winter.☹️, Food was pleasant enough but evening ruined by curt condescending waiter. The place in Sag Harbor is overpriced and isn't very good compared to the zookon. You would think something so delicious and such a great price would be a lot...More, This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in United Kingdom.

Zokkon means “head over heels, madly in love”

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cucumber wrapped in soy bea paper), (spicy salmon or spicy tuna roll, avocado, masago, crabmeat,

I am writing this before getting my food because our experience so far is incredible (I have been to Suki Zuki the sister restaurant in Watermill). Sushi & 18pcs.

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When calling to order, they do not have call waiting, so you might have to call a few times in order to get through to them. It's the off season so we were looking forward to a good meal with some quiet. Among the rolls ordered, my favorite was the Sweet Potato Roll because the sweet potato tempura was fresh, warm, and crunchy. The yellow tail was not fresh, the tempura was okay, and the Snow White was bland. To compliment our homemade teriyaki-marinated chicken breast, we ordered Tuna Roll, Shrimp Tempura Roll, California Roll, Sweet Potato Roll, Yellowtail Scallion Roll, Eel Cucumber Roll, Pork Gyoza, and Vegetable Gyoza.

Our server was very attentive and friendly. It was absolutely the worst. I absolutely love it here! Zokkon, East Hampton: See 18 unbiased reviews of Zokkon, rated 3.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #43 of 55 restaurants in East Hampton. Back then the sushi tasted fresher and was served as a 10 on every plate.Don't think they are any longer affiliated and it shows.Suki Zuki is probably the best in every way out East.Since not even Nobu could make it and they've survived in Water Mill for over 20 years. After 25 minutes, the rolls came out and we were hungry so we devoured the food.

There menu is fresh and different than most sushi places. He was nice but did not offer to pay for our meal. We told the waiter - who seemed shocked. Although if he had I would not have accepted - but it would have been nice if he would have offered. When we arrived, the restaurant was fairly empty for a Friday night. The tuna steak was just memorable and is a pity that we are leaving tomorrow morning because I could eat that every day of the week! I also find that whenever you go to Chinese or Japanese restaurants, Japanese especially, that everyone at the table ends up sharing their meals with one another. My friends and I have been dining at Zokkon on a weekly basis throughout the year. Get quick answers from Zokkon staff and past visitors. sauce on top in a soy paper wrapper), (1 Tuna Roll & 7pcs.

Chicken was INEDIBLE. Stick to the rolls.