Salt + Charcol

171 Grand Street

Japanese eatery in heart of Williamsburg, mostly small plates with many of those grilled on a Robata. Traditional white charcoal made from oak gives unique flavor. Emphasis on presentation and decor, meals are presented on handpicked Japanese sty... more

Japanese eatery in heart of Williamsburg, mostly small plates with many of those grilled on a Robata. Traditional white charcoal made from oak gives unique flavor.

Emphasis on presentation and decor, meals are presented on handpicked Japanese style plates. The restaurant has a comfortable atmosphere, with exposed brick, vintage lamps and beautiful photgraphy behind the bar


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Info

171 Grand Street
New York, NY 11249
(718) 782-2087
Website

Editorial Rating

Category

Japanese

Price

$$$$$

This Week's Hours

Tue - Sun: 5:30pm - 11:30pm

Nearby Subway

  • to Bedford
  • to Marcy Avenue

@SaltandCharcoal

@EricBDK Oohhhhh. What kind of ramen did ya get? March 22, 2016

You have these lyrics: "...'cause you're amazing just the way you are." Which dish of ours would you dedicate them to? March 21, 2016

Can't find that four-leaf clover? Never fear -- we've got your luck right here.
https://t.co/0GIusV2mDQ March 17, 2016

@VFBeauty Wowowow! But what did you have? And was there tea? March 15, 2016

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