Brush Sushi, a new spot offering a detailed, chef-driven sushi omakase experience, is now open at Buckhead Village.
The restaurant is from the team behind Decatur’s Brush Sushi Izakaya (which closed last year), including Chef Jason Liang, pastry masterchef Ching Yao Wang and business partner John Chen. Brush Sushi is open for lunch (walk-ins welcome) and dinner (reservations highly recommended). The reservation-only omakase experience is now open for September reservations.
The new concept led by Liang features shareable dishes grilled using Binchotan charcoal and techniques focused on seasonal and detailed preparation of aging and curing of the fish.
“When we first opened Brush in Decatur eight years ago, we were one of the first ones to bring the Tokyo Edomae sushi experience to Atlanta,” Liang said in the press release. “In this next chapter for Brush, we want to share our bonded passion of Japanese cuisine and culture, and create our own identity of sushi and dining experience. Seasonal and personal touches of the menu will be based on the flavors and ideas of our memories and experiences in Japan, Taiwan, and the U.S.”
Housed in a sleek 4,400 square foot space, the build-out features a modern design with Japanese elements woven throughout including intricate carvings on large panels of hinoki, a Japanese cypress wood and other traditional accents. The space has a main dining room plus a 17-seat private room specifically for omakase tastings.
“We are so excited to bring the same high quality sushi and service to Buckhead Village that we first became known for in Decatur,” Chen said in the press release. “However, guests can expect a new and elevated dining and omakase experience as well.”
Buckhead Village is a Jamestown-owned shopping and dining destination featuring restaurants and retail.