A summertime special, the Hamachi dinner is now on the menu at CoZara. The fish, prepared three ways by chef Phila Lorn and served family style, will feed 6-8 people and cost $250 (which seems pricey, sure, but works out to about $40 per person–which isn’t bad for a three-course dinner.)
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Fat Pig Ramen at coZara, $8 at dinner.
When Hiroyuki Tanaka opened coZara in University City a year ago, more than a few people raised an eyebrow at the omission of sushi bar. After all, Tanaka’s Rittenhouse Square restaurant, Zama is one of Philadelphia’s go-to spots for sushi.
But now that coZara has reopened after a short closure to tweak the space, the lack of a sushi bar has been addressed. Installed right in front of the new entrance is an eight-seat sushi bar. Upstairs sees changes as well, with geisha images on the stairwell, and several changes to make the space feel more intimate. Bamboo stalks and rice paper obscure the view to outside, while dark curtains hide the outdoor deck.
New food items as well »