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Katsuno
Katsuno

Katsuno Details

  • Dining Style: Casual Dining
  • Website: http://www.katsunorestaurant.com
  • Phone: (718) 575-4033
  • Hours of Operation:

    Dinner Only:

    Tuesday - Friday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm

    Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm

    Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm


    Closed Mondays
  • Payment Options: AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
  • Cuisine: Japanese, Sushi, Tapas / Small Plates
  • Executive Chef: Katsuyuki Seo
  • Dress Code: Casual Dress
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Beer, Wine

Getting there

  • Cross Street: Metropolitan Ave. and 71st Road
  • Public Transit: Subway E F train: Forest Hills, Bus: Q23 Q54, LIRR: Forest Hills
  • Parking: Street Parking
  • Parking Details: Meter Parking: Free after 7PM
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A word from Katsuno
Welcome to KATSUNO Japanese restaurant in Forest Hills, Queens, New York.

Opened in November 2008 by Chef Katsuyuki Seo. Katsuno offers authentic Japanese cuisine in this quiet area Forest Hills, New York.

Katsuno serves creative and traditional Japanese Tapas, Sushi, Noodles with wide range of fine sake selections from Japanese traditional sake breweries. Visit Forest Hills and enjoy the authentic Japanese food, comes from the inspired mind of Chef Seo.Continued
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Diner Reviews
  • "My husband & I love Japanese food especially sashimi/sushi. We haven't been back in since a few years ago. The food was phenomenal! We loved all the taste & texture and the quality of the food was excellent - very fresh! Definitely would love to return especially since it's right in our neighborhood. We got there early because there was a concert at FHTS and glad we did, because it was actually nice and quiet. Right about when we finished another family came in with kids, so it's a great place for kids to come with too. Very incognito restaurant in FH and I would rate it even better than some of the Japanese I go to in the city. It was amazing! Loved it..."
    Dined on 8/9/2014
  • "Every time I come here I order something new. Last time, I found the best appetizer and I'll be having that again many times. It's Snow Crab & Avocado Salad. The crab meat is plentiful and covers the avocado. What makes this version of crab salad so special is the dressing. I don't know what it was but it tasted absolutely wonderful. If you like crab, you have to try this. It is the best! I also had Hiyashi Kabocha, Stewed Cold Pumpkin. My wife and I shared it. Next time she is ordering it by herself. Hiyashi Kabocha is Japanese pumpkin and has a taste different than ours. My wife is Japanese and she knows when the traditional Japanese dish is really well made. This one was. Just know, it is not a Wow taste. It is different but very good."
    Dined on 7/30/2014
  • "Katsuno remains one of our favorite Japanese restaurants. The quality of the food and its preparation are superb. I have given you my opinion about Katsuno several times and nothing has changed. This time, I tried Tofu Dengaku (steamed skewered Tofu with hatcho miso sauce). The tofu was different from other tofu I have had. It it didn't have a smooth texture. It was a new taste for me - but one I will have again. I was really good. "Very Japanese," said my wife, and she should know. She is Japanese. And they has a special that night, rice with claim. Absolutely authentic. One thing I love about Katsuno is it's consistency. I know I am going to have a great meal as soon as I make make our reservation."
    Dined on 7/20/2014
  • "If you like authentic Japanese food, you have to experience Katsuno. This was our 2nd time there. My wife had the steamed Asari clams, which were just delicious. I started with Morokyu (cucumber dipping moromi miso). I never had moromi miso. Though salty, I just put a little on the slices of fresh cucumber and I enjoyed it very much. My wife had octopus sashimi (very fresh) and tomago sushi, which was home made and fantastic! We shared the kake soba, which was just as good as last time and the sautéed chicken breast (glazed with soy sauce). The chicken was crispy on the outside, tender on the inside and very flavorful. The best thing about Katsuno is the quality of the food they serve. It a place we highly recommend."
    Dined on 6/17/2014
  • "Usually, my wife and I got into Manhattan for real Japanese food. But after we tried Katsuno, we no longer have to. The food was absolutely wonderful. I had the Tuna & Avocado Salad. Excellent! Large slices of tuna over green salad. A really nice starter. I had the Tempura Soba and my wife the cod. Both were done perfectly. The service was very attentive. Katsuno is a small restaurant, maybe 10 tables and 24 people max. We had reservations and by the time we left, the restaurant was almost full. It's not fancy and could be a bit pricy depending on what and how much you order. But the quality and preparation of the food are well wort the price. You get what you pay for. We will be back many times in the future."
    Dined on 6/6/2014
  • "Not your typical Japanese restaurant. They are really serious about their food and eating here is comforting. I recommend the sashimi, miso cod, teriyaki, and beef filet mignon katsu with demiglace. Their tempura, dark miso soup, and chawanmushi are also so delicious! The owner is very nice too and remembers you after a couple of visits."
    Dined on 10/25/2013
  • "Had the salmon and sea urchin salad. A little pricey but it was tremendous. Also had the sea urchin with tofu--this was good as well. Having a big appetite, I also had a variety of sushi (tuna, salmon, yellow tail, tobiko, and snowcrab California roll). All were very fresh. I love tobiko and this was the best I've had. The California roll had real snow crab and was worth the extra cost. Overall a great restaurant with great food."
    Dined on 6/14/2013
  • "this family run authentic Japanese restaurant is both elegant and creative. It far surpasses most Manhattan Japanese restaurants. It is not near the subway, but the bus from the subway stops 1/2 block away. If you are driving, parking is ample and free on the local streets. We live in the neighborhood and enjoy strolling to it. Give this place a try - it is truly a precious gem. My only complaint would be the faux-jazz music. Perhaps we can ask them to change that. For fresh food and creative and elegant presentation, Katsuno has it!"
    Dined on 5/19/2013
  • "If you're looking for good sushi and other Japanese food, put Katsuno on your list. It's your typical Japanese restaurant; very simple decor and quiet atmosphere. Fish was fresh. Katsuno will be a good standby restaurant for me and I'll be going back when I'm in the mood for a good sushi dinner."
    Dined on 3/1/2013