251 W 55th St 2nd Fl, New York, NY 10019
Cuisines: Japanese Restaurants
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Price Range$26 to $50
Yakitori Totto Reviews
Best in the city. Try skin,knees, and necks. Do chicken only with maybe tofu beer salad.
by Aina H.
Try chicken hearts, liver, and meatball skewers. Also, Sapporo on draft is yummy :)
by Kira R.
Be adventurous! Everything's great. Try the chicken neck and the stuffed peppers with chicken. Yummmm my fav. If your a food lover this is your place to explore
by Elyse A.
Get reservations or be prepared to wait for a while. Try the special meatball (nankotsu tsukune) and duck. Fried eggplant if you're a fan of eggplant.
by Felicia H.
Try the Burn In Hell, Boowy Ramen - Hot and Spicy pork ramen special for Halloween (via @Foodspotting)
by james s.
Try the Dump Me In Hell - Excellent spicy pork dumplings for Halloween (via @Foodspotting)
by james s.
Chicken oyster is bomb. And sitting at the bar is always nice
by Mabel C.
This place proves you get what you pay for. Chicken thigh yakitori is fantastic. I'll be back for 10 more of those.
by Emily P.
YUM! My fave yakitori were the Momo (chicken thigh) and Tsukune (chicken meatball). Also delicious are the Tako Wase (marinated octopus) and Mizore Gake (fried eggplant).
by Stephanie L.
Hiza Nankitsu : chicken soft knee bone. Order them before it's too late. Just do it already.
by Olivier N.
chicken hearts and meatballs!
by Teresa W.
Order chicken skin, bacon wrapped asparagus, and beef tongue skewers at bare minimum. This place is delish!
by Christopher T.
Didn't get in early enough for chicken oyster, but chicken liver, scallops, pork loin with scallions, and bacon asparagus were all fantastic
by Rachael B.
The short rib and asparagus wrapped in bacon are yummy.
If you’re a meat lover, this place will become your new go-to. And the prime Midtown location means you don’t need to journey too far from the city’s main attractions to satisfy your appetite.
by Mike W.
Yakitori, I love you.
by Katie C.
Try the totto soup and pickles platter.
by Sarah B.
When you're done with all the crappy yakitori places in the lower east side and ready for the real deal, this is it!
Do not come after 10pm. waited an hour, and didn't have 4 out of 8pieces we ordered
by Aleksey K.
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