Kasadela

Row 1

Details
647 E 11th St (at Ave C)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 777-1582
Sake Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:30 PM–Midnight Fri–Sat: 5:30 PM–1:30 AM Sun: 4:30 PM–11:30 PM

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  • Almost every dish can be ordered in snack-sized or regular portionsin case you care to taste some of the options before your four-dish dinner.
  • Incredible flavor palette in every dish! The fried tofu in dashi soy broth is to die for, also the cod and salmon! Also Kimchi and the flash grilled peppers.... So yum.
  • Start with the best age dashi tofu you've ever had and end with the best tebasaki chicken wings you've ever had!
  • Great sake selection, amazing Japanese tapas. Don't skip the specials, some fresh sashimi will make your heart skip.
  • A feast for the taste buds. Top picks: kimchi fried pork belly, miso cod, fried tofu in soy broth.
  • If you don't get the chicken wings here, you haven't lived. Best. Chicken. Wings. Ever.
  • Nori. Sapporo. Wings. Repeat.
  • Sit at bar eating Tori Kawa and drinking whatever new sake they have in by the glass. Pine for Tokyo.
  • This place is an incredible gem of alphabet city. The Tebasaki chicken wings are a must, as well as the rock shrimp donburi. Sake by the bottle and Sapporro by the pitcher too!
  • WINGS, all about the wings. Only alcohol is sake or Japanese beer. Bokchou special was great as well.
  • Just ask Stanley to guide your experience here. He's never steered me wrong!
  • GREAT food. DEF. get the chicken wings and try the yuzu sake cocktail!
  • 2 orders of the wings no matter what you get
  • Kitchen serves til midnight on weekdays. The Japanese chicken wings are a must.
  • Chicken wings are (hate to say this) retarded!
  • Order the Chicken Wings if you dare....because you will constantly crave them for the rest of your life.
  • Avoid the really rude hostesses with the fake geisha voices. Otherwise order the budakimchee.
  • Try the diashichi sake creamy hot and not to "schnapsy"
  • if you see sake you like, ask for the bottle. it might not be on the menu but they will serve it to you