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456 Hudson St
Manhattan, NY 10014

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(212) 414-2929


  • Sunday: 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
  • Monday: 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
  • Thursday: 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
  • Friday: 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
  • Saturday: 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm

Cuisine: Japanese Restaurants, Korean Restaurants

4.7 of 5.0 from 196 reviews

price range:$26 to $50

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  • Good/Bad/Ugly Eats on Jul 10, 2013

    I first experienced a Korean grill-it-yourself BBQ restaurant at around age 8 when we broke the family Benihana birthday dinner trend and opted for the more hands on ...

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  • Caitlin C.Recommended in the Refinery29 Money Diaries blog.

    33333 by Caitlin C.

  • Yoojin L.The late night ramen (Fri & Sat only) is insanely good. Order an extra side of beef belly w/ your ramen, I regretted not doing so!

    55555 by Yoojin L.

  • Carolyn D.Remember at school when you learnt that cows have four stomachs? Well now you can try all of them. If that sounds hard to stomach, then this place is best avoided.

    55555 by Carolyn D.

  • Jean JMust get the kobe beef belly! MUST.

    55555 by Jean J

  • Trish R.Calf’s Brain Cream

    55555 by Trish R.

  • i3klyngirlGreat for food explorers.

    55555 by i3klyngirl

  • i3klyngirlBe ready to try new and weird things on the menu. They're better than you think it will be.

    55555 by i3klyngirl

  • Ashley JFun and authentic Japanese BBQ place with cute drawings spanning across the wall. Don't leave without trying the beef tartare and yaki cheek! The soft serve ice cream is also worth getting.

    55555 by Ashley J

  • Natalie V.Very good Japanese steak! Come early though to avoid a wait. We got the specials - filed mignon and okinomiyaki quesadilla - both were incredible.

    55555 by Natalie V.

  • matt h.all the stomachs

    22222 by matt h.

  • Aryan J.Hands down the best restaurant I've ever been to. The tescargot, the intestines, the filet mignon appetizer, the sake. All amazing. Just go and let them take you on an adventure.

    55555 by Aryan J.

  • Tanya B.Midnight ramen. Get into it - it was amazing!

    55555 by Tanya B.

  • Adrienne L.Not sure if the midnight ramen lives up to the hype. The ramen here was good, but the broth is tastier at Minca and Hide-Chan

    33333 by Adrienne L.

  • Y N.#japanese #bbq

    55555 by Y N.

  • Benjamin P.the restaurant is posh and like power lunch vibes. the sushi bar is like tokyo af. both are great at those things

    55555 by Benjamin P.

  • Kiwi MObsessed with this place. Get the sampler on the cow tray!! This is the place and time to be adventurous- worth it!

    55555 by Kiwi M

  • Ivana L.You can make a reservation if you have 4+ people. 1-3 ppl is walk in only.

    33333 by Ivana L.

  • emily c.make a reso for 4+. sake, niki uni, some bbq skewers, okonomi pancake. you will smell like meat at the end.

    55555 by emily c.

  • Jessica JBone marrow dumplings were fantastic!

    55555 by Jessica J

  • EaterHouse-made soft serve is the one dessert at this otherwise beef-only spot. Enjoy it in unadorned or get the works, which include azuki beans, black sesame flour, rice dumplings, and even gold flakes.

    55555 by Eater

  • VixK VWent for the midnight ramen - really tasty but you need to like a heavy stock. The servings are large and service is friendly.

    55555 by VixK V

  • Jessica PThe quality of the meat is pretty awesome, which was expected. The fusion-style appetizers are what will make me go back. (Many visit Takashi to try the Niu Uni.)

    55555 by Jessica P

  • JasonEverything!!

    55555 by Jason

  • Mathilda MThe best BBQ I've ever had! Tried several options on the grilled menu, they are all good!

    55555 by Mathilda M

  • ZubinIf you love beef, this is your spot. Amazing varieties. The wagyu app, beef belly, kalbi....just fantastic cuts

    55555 by Zubin

  • Kirill LThe place is really small, but food is very good.

    55555 by Kirill L

  • Christine DSolid food all around. You will leave reeking of the grill but it's worth it.

    55555 by Christine D

  • L JMidnight ramen is a must do! Delicious fatty beef broth with Kobe beef.

    55555 by L J

  • Jenny C.This place surpassed my expectations by far. I'm quite an adventurous eater, so I fit right in here. The sweetbreads, liver, thick tongue and testicargo were amazing.

    55555 by Jenny C.

  • Anouk ADymus glance

    33333 by Anouk A

  • WEI W.The Niku-Uni is a must-have. They offer a "Cow Experience" tasting menu that requires 4-6 ppl and costs 35$ each, and requires advanced booking

    55555 by WEI W.

  • Kaan MBest meat ever

    55555 by Kaan M

  • Maria RiabtchenkoThe Niku Uni and beef tartare for a starter, then fill yourself up with the Kobe short rib and filet mignon. My "last meal" any day.

    55555 by Maria Riabtchenko

  • Max SThe tongue sampler was fun and includes multiple cuts from different parts of the tongue.

    55555 by Max S

  • Rita L.midnight ramen, reserve before you go!

    55555 by Rita L.

  • Martin OngRamen is only served at midnight during the weekends, but it's so worth it

    55555 by Martin Ong

  • Zeynep TümerdemTakashi is the top-notch yakiniku restaurant in NYC. Amazing meats! Try kalbi kobe & angus and harami. One word: wonderful.

    55555 by Zeynep Tümerdem

  • TiffanyAll beef menu so come if you're a beef loverrr

    55555 by Tiffany

  • Sam W.Obsessed with this place. Flavors are insane. Get the tartar, kalbi, and beef buns.

    55555 by Sam W.

  • Jamie BleierFabulous Japanese BBQ but can get pricey.

    55555 by Jamie Bleier

  • Jeff W.If you love Uni, gotta get the Niku-Uni (Chuck Flap topped with Sea Urchin and Fresh Wasabi). It's one of Top 15 Uni dishes in NYC:

    55555 by Jeff W.

  • Irina MThe place is extremely overrated (the average rating was 9.6 when I went there). Quite tasteless raw food, simple decor,'cook your own' meat. Unimpressed, though a good place to try some exotic dishes

    33333 by Irina M

  • Kevin C.Testicargot is brilliant. If u can eat snails in escargot sauce u can certainly eat testicles in it 👯

    55555 by Kevin C.

  • Lisa NMake sure to make reservations through email on Monday night to get a seat for ramen Friday/Saturday!

    55555 by Lisa N

  • Michelle BNiku-uni and squid ink rice along with some techans and minos!! So satistying

    55555 by Michelle B

  • DevontaI was apprehensive to try something new but the food was really good. Explore. Try. Eat. Thanks Takashi

    55555 by Devonta

  • Anna MargheritaBest nyc restaurant BY FAR.

    55555 by Anna Margherita

  • 💎T ChoiDefinitely try the cow brain paste. It's very creamy. The squid ink rice is also fantastic. It's a great blend of flavors. I'd end with the intestine.

    55555 by 💎T Choi

  • Barry H.If you're really up for an adventure, let your waiter choose.

    55555 by Barry H.

  • Barry H.Can't go wrong with beef cheek. If you're more adventurous, the beef heart is super tender.

    55555 by Barry H.

  • Aviv SIn Takashi you get to eat a Kobe beef cow, from nose to tail, in the most enjoyable way possible. This is one of my favorite restaurants in the city!

    55555 by Aviv S

  • Zaenal SRestoran jepang menu terbaik

    55555 by Zaenal S

  • Tani Y.Niku uni and the beef belly. don't take a vegetarian here - there's nothing on the menu for them

    55555 by Tani Y.

  • ChaoOrder the uni beef sashimi!

    33333 by Chao

  • Jack A.One of my favorites for grilled beef. Almost all their menu items contain beef.

    55555 by Jack A.

  • Tina W.Luscious Wagyu beef topped with uni and wrapped in seaweed and shiso leaf. Whoever came up with this a freakin genius and I would kiss him.

    55555 by Tina W.

  • New York PostMake a reservation for Takashi’s late-night-only ramen for a flavor-packed beef broth that takes 24 hours to make.

    55555 by New York Post

  • Michael M.Get the rib. Everything was great. Rib is kinda like a brisket, but they torch it in front of you, & it comes with this amazing dipping sauce.

    55555 by Michael M.

  • Stephen Y.Best soft serve ice cream ever. It's the most under the radar item on their menu.

    55555 by Stephen Y.

  • Dan M.Even if you don't normally like ramen, you should try the late night ramen here. Beefy and delicious. The intestine is the best part.

    55555 by Dan M.

  • Dan M.The toilet here is amazing. Heated seat, multiple bidet settings, and a very pleasant dryer. It's just incredible compared to ordinary toilets.

    55555 by Dan M.

  • Michelle LRamen available only after midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Reservations for midnight and 1am seatings open at 5pm every Monday, and by Tuesday morning, all 40 seats are filled for each night.

    55555 by Michelle L

  • PJ S.Amazing high-quality meats. Late night ramen is delicious.

    55555 by PJ S.

  • Bea R.Great experience... for adventurer foodies! Loved the tartare, the sweetbreads and the pork belly!

    55555 by Bea R.

  • julia tEven if you don't love offal, good variety of options. Fun, tasty, great environment, well done

    55555 by julia t

  • billy AService skill and quality of ingredients is probably best for (korean / japanese) BBQ in NYC

    55555 by billy A

  • Nick RunyanTheir version of steak tartare is one of the best I've ever had. And while you're here you should try at least one weird cut of beef.

    55555 by Nick Runyan

  • Barry H.Cow heart tastes like a really tender piece of steak. Don't miss it.

    55555 by Barry H.

  • Jakob D.really great. the raw uni/beef shio leaves and cow brain toothpaste were the favorites

    55555 by Jakob D.

  • HollyNiku uni and yooke are mandatory.

    55555 by Holly

  • Curtis S.If you're here or looking to come, you know the deal... Tripe, stomachs, liver, sweetbreads, kobe shortrib, and all the odd bits.

    33333 by Curtis S.

  • MichelleThis place turns into a ramen house at 12am!! Awesome delish noodles

    55555 by Michelle

  • Arielle LSpicy grandma + heated toilet seats, what else do you need?

    33333 by Arielle L

  • Tasting TableStay out late for Takashi's beefy ramen. Beef bones are simmered for a full day, & the broth comes with braised Kobe belly, seaweed & a soft-boiled egg. You can also get it spicy for one extra dollar.

    55555 by Tasting Table

  • Jason CThere is an offal sausage that is phenomenal.

    55555 by Jason C

  • Nikolas FlorosIf your unsure what to get ask the servers, they make amazing recommendations. Definitely get the house made ice cream if you have room for it at the end.

    55555 by Nikolas Floros

  • Phoenix 💥💥💥Well known for it's version of "Korean BBQ"! Try it!

    55555 by Phoenix 💥💥💥

  • Jonathan A.Try the late-night ramen if you have a death wish. No honestly be careful, a little spilled on the table and it immediately coagulated into a solid fat.

    33333 by Jonathan A.

  • Public House WineFor meatlovers and pyromaniacs, only since you'll be cooking your beef / brains / butt on an open fire. Awesome, albeit slightly pricy, man-date or date-date spot.

    55555 by Public House Wine

  • Grier P.Meat-lovers heaven! Try something new, it's all great!

    55555 by Grier P.

  • TalisaEspecially loved the uni, yooke, tendon casserole, marrow dumplings, tongue, kalbi, and ice cream.

    55555 by Talisa

  • Jennifer N.Everything is great, uni app is my fav

    55555 by Jennifer N.

  • David S.Everything is good, so order a lot.

    55555 by David S.

  • Lori L.The Midnight Ramen, available on a reservation-only basis, is the only all-beef broth ramen served in the city. Order it in the Spicy variety, and don't forget to ask for kaedama.

    55555 by Lori L.

  • Alyssa CalderoneThe simple marinated meats, specifically the Tongue!

    55555 by Alyssa Calderone

  • refinery29For the offal-averse, its menu contains a few non-grill surprises like the Niku-Uni, a unbelievable one-bite dish of seaweed, uni, chuck flap and wasabi that's a thousand times better than it sounds.

    55555 by refinery29

  • refinery29The Yakiniku-style restaurant’s emphasis on hand-grilled cuts of cow innards is a super fun alternative to digging into a pile of kale.

    55555 by refinery29

  • Jen O.Email them on Monday to reserve a spot a table for late night ramen 12-2am on weekends. Most phenomenal ramen in NYC. Get the grandma's spicy ramen. Heavenly.

    55555 by Jen O.

  • Anna V.Closes at 11 on Fridays !!!!

    55555 by Anna V.

  • Olivia Mlate night ramen

    55555 by Olivia M

  • Richie S.Late night ramen is very good but slightly overpriced.

    55555 by Richie S.

  • Sunny ChenOG with the beef broth simmer'd broth. Crazy genius.

    33333 by Sunny Chen

  • TiffanyAvailable only after midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Reservations for midnight and 1am seatings open at 5pm every Monday, and by Tuesday morning, all 40 seats are filled for each night.

    55555 by Tiffany

  • Lauren CLate night ramen!

    55555 by Lauren C

  • LucyOriginal ramen

    55555 by Lucy

  • Marc E.Tasting Table's Top Ramen NYC: Original ramen "excellent broth is made from beef bones--simmered for 24 hrs with aromatics, sticky with collagen--and topped with fried small intestines and beef belly"

    55555 by Marc E.

  • Danny H.Unbelievable food and waiter sounded like Mr. G.

    55555 by Danny H.

  • Billy H.Ramen is served only on the weekend.

    55555 by Billy H.

  • Brian CantrellOriginal and grandma’s spicy ramens.

    55555 by Brian Cantrell

  • Andy C.NYT says: Original and grandma’s spicy ramens.

    55555 by Andy C.

  • S D.Every Friday and Saturday between 12am and 2am. Via reservation after 5pm on the Monday prior to the weekend at ramen@takashinyc.com.

    55555 by S D.


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  • Brad G.The second and fourth stomach are incredible.

    33333 by Brad G.

  • Sean StenstromTakashi is a meat-lover's paradise. The menu features a long list of top-quality raw beef which you cook at your table on little electric grills.

    55555 by Sean Stenstrom

  • Benjamin H.Arrive early & be prepared to leave a # & wait at a nearby venue. We came on a snowy Sat. night at 6:30 & had to wait 2 hours. Bread cafe a couple doors down had delicious ginger lemon tea. Worth it.

    55555 by Benjamin H.

  • Linh N.Latenight ramen. Weekends only. Reservation only. Get foie gras topping, it's worth it.

    55555 by Linh N.

  • Fred T.Go for the Yukke! Tartar is the way meat was supposed to be eaten

    22222 by Fred T.

  • Andrew P.What to Order: Beef-broth ramen, with beef belly and crispy beef intestine.

    55555 by Andrew P.

  • Billy A.Calf's Brain + caviar as a starter. Sounds malicious but tastes oh so good.

    55555 by Billy A.

  • Sophia K.Tongue experience is in the money!! And niku uni is awesome. The only downside is price. More expensive than other Jap BBQ place. But the food is worth it!

    55555 by Sophia K.

  • Laura C.The sweetbread is from heaven!

    55555 by Laura C.

  • Denis S.The beef curry pierogies melt in your mouth: must try.

    55555 by Denis S.

  • Lindsey Y.Beef belly, cheek, 4th stomach. PERFECT. Also recommend the niku-uni and the foie gras meatball with chocolate barbeque sauce.

    55555 by Lindsey Y.

  • Brad G.Yakiniku style rest. Harumno (discarded goods). Beef cold noodle with uni (special app). Testicargot cowballs escargot style. Niku-Uni. Grill: Shio-Tan (tongue). Tsurami (cheek). Shibire (sweetbreads)

    55555 by Brad G.

  • Dov L.Amazing!!!! Try the tongue experience, the tartare, and whatever they suggest -- you won't regret it. Make sure to hit the bidet when you're done! ;)

    55555 by Dov L.

  • Kathryn Y.Go here with friends and make a reservation. They only take them for parties of four or more.

    33333 by Kathryn Y.

  • Stefanie C.For the adventurous eaters...try the testicle escargot...not all that bad....

    55555 by Stefanie C.

  • Albert A.Kobe beef!

    55555 by Albert A.

  • Jannie V.DIY grill your own, yakiniku style meat! Awesome cuts of steak and never say no to the chilled noodles with uni! The sea urchin roe is to die for especially atop wagyu beef slices.

    55555 by Jannie V.

  • Time Out New YorkBeef is the thing at this yakiniku restaurant—Japan’s interpretation of Korean BBQ. The meal is refined and surprisingly light, thanks to modest portions and impeccably sourced sustainable beef.

    55555 by Time Out New York

  • Paty M.Todo es una delicia pero asegurense de probar los sesos, tuétano, la lengua y de estar listos para comer mucha carne en un estilo japonés y único. PD: el sake emborracha

    55555 by Paty M.

  • John S.Try the Niku Uni - Oh good lord this is too good. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by John S.

  • geekhanThe bone marrow dumplings is good

    55555 by geekhan

  • Pete G.If you don't eat cow, then don't bother eating here. If you DO eat cow, everything is awesome!!

    33333 by Pete G.

  • Serious EatsA specialist in Japanese offal with good sake to match. Don't miss the soft serve either.

    55555 by Serious Eats

  • Candace C.The Mega Rib is flamboyed right on your grill and literally melts in your mouth. The Bourbon dipping sauce is perfection. Rosu cut and the Niku Uni were amazing too! Definitely coming back for more

    55555 by Candace C.

  • JuAnne N.Get the stew beef tendon, it's very good and it's different from the beef tendon that comes in Chinese noodles.

    55555 by JuAnne N.

  • Brian K.The regular yakiniku is super, but go for the tripe for the really good stuff - tetchan is my favorite.

    55555 by Brian K.

  • Yoonie K.Get the crawfish bone marrow dumplings, uni, heart, and kalbi. Delicious!

    55555 by Yoonie K.

  • JuAnne N.Try the beef tendon, it's not like the beef tendon in pho! The meats were delicious.

    55555 by JuAnne N.

  • Patryk C.Takashi offers the most exquisite selection of steaks. The mouthwatering US Kobe is a masterpiece of fine dining.

    55555 by Patryk C.

  • katsBecause Anthony Bourdain said so

    33333 by kats

  • jendotluNiku uni and foie gras chocolate bbq sauce to start. Cheeks & Shortribs for the grill. Vanilla ice cream with salted caramel and crushed black sesame for dessert.

    55555 by jendotlu

  • CREATETHEGROUPCozy spot in the West Village that serves up odd beef parts in incredibly tasty ways. -John W.


  • Brian B.Niku-uni is an easy win. But, don't miss the Premium Super Thick Tongue. It's like making out with the cow (that's a good thing).

    55555 by Brian B.

  • Seth B.One of the least vegetarian friendly restaurants in the city.

    55555 by Seth B.

  • Noah W.Unless you hate delicious meats, you need to come here immediately to order: cheek, shio-tan (tongue), belly, heart, short rib. In that order. Actually, double down on the first three.

    55555 by Noah W.

  • Noah W.Stop reading this tip. Immediately go order the beef tendon casserole and chuck eye beef tartare to start your meal. You never knew raw beef could taste this good.

    55555 by Noah W.

  • Kash G.FYI don't order the beef balls, they are actual cow testicles.

    33333 by Kash G.

  • SermadThe steak tartare is just amazing. Do it.

    55555 by Sermad

  • Susan L.Kobe short rib was my fav. hearts were delicious. be sure to also tack on the steak tartare appetizer.

    55555 by Susan L.

  • jessica m. h.madagascar vanilla soft serve sundae topped with black sesame and soybean flour, salted caramel syrup and gold leaf + adzuki & shiratama

    55555 by jessica m. h.

  • Leeza D.Amazing place. Get the tartar (unbelievable) and the rib eye if you have to die happy.

    55555 by Leeza D.

  • Michael L.Best place to get modern Japanese food. You will want to take your wife or date here.

    55555 by Michael L.

  • Cristo L.Village Voice Choice Eats Badge

    33333 by Cristo L.

  • Everett C.I ate the crow

    22222 by Everett C.

  • Jing X.Kobe pork belly best, Kobe rib eye great, foie gras meatball

    55555 by Jing X.

  • Jack H.You might like the foie gras-stuffed Kobe meatball with chocolate sauce.

    55555 by Jack H.

  • Christina Y.<3 mimi and Reese! cajun sausage, yookhae, niki uni are a must!

    55555 by Christina Y.

  • Kenny C.Order the niku uni

    33333 by Kenny C.

  • Brianna K.Short ribs. Get them.

    55555 by Brianna K.

  • Clayton M.They have a Deathstar for a toilet...

    22222 by Clayton M.

  • Michael K.Best of the bunch: tongue, cheek, beef belly, 4th stomach, and heart. Don't date doubt me.

    55555 by Michael K.

  • Falon B.The yooke app is not to be missed! Short ribs in the house sauce is the way to go. The bath room has a fancy Japanese toilet

    55555 by Falon B.

  • TravelgoatThis place is wild. They encourage you to grill all parts of the cow yourself including heart, brain, intestines, and stomach. Really fun and delicious. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu)

    55555 by Travelgoat

  • Wei V.Try the Beef Balls - I can't believe I just had this!!!! They had very soft texture. My husband said his are bigger. :P the waiter said those are the best balls in the world! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Wei V.

  • Charlotte P.Don't leave without trying the Kobe fois gras burger with chocolate

    55555 by Charlotte P.

  • Rong N.Great place for BBQ meat. Waitress suggested the beef belly which has a similar taste to the Kalbi. Can't go wrong with Harami. Eat the food with a Sapporo it can get pricy and meat cut is limited.

    55555 by Rong N.

  • Halstead PropertyJust as nice in person as it is on Anthony Bourdain's show "The Layover," love the embedded electric grills in the table, when grilling make sure you choose Mr. Inoue’s pepper paste…incredible.

    55555 by Halstead Property

  • H Q.overrated; place is not that amazing; over priced and tiny portions, but the environment puts non-Asian diners at ease about eating offal who might otherwise get overwhelmed in ktown or Chinatown

    55555 by H Q.

  • EaterOffal-freaks will want to try the stomachs, intestines, and tongues, but there are a few steaks on the menu for less adventuresome diners, too. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater

  • Calvin K.Order tongue experience and everything kobe!

    55555 by Calvin K.

  • chicchaimonoEnjoy Kobe beef. Every thing is soooo tasty!

    55555 by chicchaimono

  • Sohyung K.Can't go wrong with anything on the menu but if I had to choose three items: asian-cajun sausage (special), niki-uni, and yookhwe.

    55555 by Sohyung K.

  • ThrillistThrillist presents Dell Discoveries: Let them know you're with Thrillist & Dell, and when you purchase dinner, you'll score a gratis round of tableside-popped Smoked Beef Popcorn. (Through Dec. 31st)

    33333 by Thrillist

  • ScoutmobJapanese Horumon may be the parts of the cow usually discarded, but people flock to Yakiniku restaurant Takashi in the West Village to self-grill them and eat them as delicacies.

    55555 by Scoutmob

  • Thompson HotelsTry the delicious Niku-Uni (chuck flap topped with sea urchin and fresh wasabi).

    55555 by Thompson Hotels

  • Travel ChannelTony’s new favorite restaurant in New York City! It is a mix of Japanese and Korean BBQ styles. As seen on Travel Channel’s The Layover with Anthony Bourdain.

    55555 by Travel Channel

  • Randi B.Come on Wednesday for fresh heart!

    55555 by Randi B.

  • Chris C."offal"ly delicious

    55555 by Chris C.

  • ThrillistThe chef at this Japanese meat mecca will side up your proteinaceous plate with the aptly named Testicargot: shiso-garlic butter, white wine, garlic, and white miso on top of veal testicles.

    55555 by Thrillist

  • Downtown LifeBest Korean BBQ in town. Ask for Michael, best service ever!

    55555 by Downtown Life

  • Sylvia Cpossibly the most delicious place i've been in a long time. but possibly also the priciest.

    55555 by Sylvia C

  • Viviana P.Always busy and don't take reservations - but def worth the wait - beef tartar, Kobe beef belly, beef tongue with scallion salad, harami and sake -were amazing!! b aware the only serve beef here!

    55555 by Viviana P.

  • Patrick H.Anthony Bourdain: "It’s a Japanese/Korean barbecue place that’s heavy on the raw meat and offal. To have a place in New York that serves so much guts is encouraging and, in this case, delicious."

    55555 by Patrick H.

  • Charles E.so good. so close. and such great facilities! :)

    55555 by Charles E.

  • The Salup GroupNot for the faint of heart; we loved the liver!

    55555 by The Salup Group

  • Thompson HotelsOur concierge Paul at 60 Thompson recommends the delicious Niku-Uni (chuck flap topped with sea urchin and fresh wasabi). The RAW menu is a terrific New York experience.

    55555 by Thompson Hotels

  • Maddy COrder sake. They let you choose your own cup from a tray of mismatched ones. Super cute.

    55555 by Maddy C

  • Bill, the ButcherFellas, don't be afraid. Sit down on the toilet. It's nice. Your bum will thank you.

    33333 by Bill, the Butcher

  • The Daily MealOrder the Niku-Uni, The uni is briny, slightly salted, fresh, and creamy. It stands in crisp, assertive contrast to the delicate, fattiness of the beef.

    55555 by The Daily Meal

  • An N.I didn't know most of the things that I was eating. But everything was fresh and delish.

    55555 by An N.

  • Jessica A.If you don't get the soft serve for dessert (with the salted caramel topping), you're doing it wrong.

    55555 by Jessica A.

  • The New YorkerA two-wall mural offers descriptions and illustrations of various cuts of meat and horumon (literally, “discarded goods,” or offal), with notes on their vitamin content and supposed health benefits.

    33333 by The New Yorker

  • Geo C.Japanese toilet!

    22222 by Geo C.

  • Colin N.This place is incredible.

    55555 by Colin N.

  • nymagIf you love charred cow innards, make a beeline for this elegant new Japanese yakiniku grill restaurant where you can cook your own beef heart and chuck flap with uni. Featured in Where to Eat 2011!

    55555 by nymag

  • FoodspottingTry the Akiles-Yubiki (flash-boiled shredded Achilles tendon)

    55555 by Foodspotting

  • Find. Eat. Drink.Recommended by chef Anita Lo (her rec: Kobe sashimi w/ shiso & uni; Korean tripe salad). Start w/ Akiles-Yubiki (Achilles tendon) and Red Red Kimchi, then Horumon-Moriawase (chef's selection).

    55555 by Find. Eat. Drink.

  • VoiceStreetThe Village Voice voted this Best Variety Meat in our Best Of New York Poll!

    55555 by VoiceStreet

  • The Salup GroupThe Salup Group recommends the rib-eye for the faint-of-heart eater; for the more adventurous, try the achilles tendon!

    55555 by The Salup Group

  • Mike O.Try the liver and sweetbreads. Also check out the excellent toto washlet in the bathroom.

    55555 by Mike O.

  • Michael AHeart!

    55555 by Michael A

  • jake f.Niku-Uni (raw uni over gorgeous raw beef served over a shiso leaf and seaweed) is probably the best thing I've ever tasted in my life. For serious.

    55555 by jake f.

  • jake f.coolest toilet in N. America. not even kidding a little bit.

    33333 by jake f.

  • AskMenDinner joint with a meat-only (almost) menu. Highlights include Namagimo (raw liver), Akiles-Yubiki (flash-boiled achilles tendo n), Niku-Uni (chuck flap topped with sea urchin & fresh wasabi) & more.

    55555 by AskMen

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