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Hibino - Japanese in Cobble Hill

gangly handful | Aug 7, 200706:00 PM     4

Just had the most recent of many excellent meals at Hibino on Henry St. at Pacific St. in Cobble Hill.

Tonight, my obanzai, a tapas-type appetizer that changes daily, was simmered beef tendon with konnyaku, which is a very dense yam noodle thing. It had the texture of a very dense, very thick chow fun noodle. It was delicious and the beef just fell apart. We also had an assortment of sashimi, with the very fresh fluke and the scallop being favorites tonight. The yellowtail jalapeno roll was also excellent. Service, as always, was very considerate and efficient.

I don't get the urge to post very often but I've had so many positive experiences at this place that I figured I'd throw in my 2 cents. It gives me a certain satisfaction to see a real labor of love like this place filled on a Tuesday night and seemingly doing quite well. A wonderful addition to the neighborhood this year.

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