SOB Says: Take one large slice of favorite local pub, wrap it in a touch of class and drizzle with great flavor and you’ll have a sense of what you’ll get at Kuni’s. The place is very casually walk-in and hang-out with a beverage until a spot opens up type of place. It’s such a neighbor relaxing atmosphere that no one seems to mind. I think what I find so intriguing is the perfect balance struck between Japanese cuisine and Elmwood village casual. Read More->
For many years, sushi fans in the Western New York area recognized Kuniyuki Sato as the man who changed the way we think about sushi. Buffalo s first genuine sushi chef, Kuni as he is known ï¾“ran a hugely-successful restaurant on Elmwood Avenue, before closing that location and opening Kuni s To Go take-out restaurant on Lexington Avenue.Western New Yorkers will be happy to know they can once again enjoy Kuni s finest sushi and sashimi ï¾“ as well as a full menu of authentic Japanese cuisine ï¾“ in a chic, comfortable setting. Stop by soon and let Kuni change the way you think about sushi! Now serving sake, wine and beer.