Village Yokocho

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Details
8 Stuyvesant St (at 3rd Ave)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 598-3041
Japanese
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 5:00 PM–2:00 AM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–4:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Try the Fried Squid Legs
  • order the ichiko oolong!
  • Order the okonomiyaki and watch the bonito flakes twitch.
  • Sashimi bowl with uni mmmm...happiness
  • Get the deep fried squid legs. You can't go wrong.
  • Breaded scallops and shiso leaves. Grilled on skewers. Do it. Yesterday.
  • Okinomiyaki or however it spelled is not to be missed. Order it when u sit down bc it takes ab 25 min. Absolutely awesome.
  • One other few Japanese restaurants that have Yebisu beer and it goes well with hana-fry. Good izakaya.
  • Best izakaya japanese food in nyc. Late night or just for dinner and drinks! Good for groups. Gets very crowded so beware!
  • Best kimchi chiga on the planet.
  • Very good food but the short hair waiter has such a bad mood (he don't deserves any tip at all! So rude!) On the other hand, the long hair dude is very polite.
  • A step up from the St. Marks chaos of Yakitori Taisho and Oh Taisho - darker, more grown up, better food. Crispy fried squid legs, ikura don, sake.
  • If you're there with a few friends, split a 1.8L bottle of Kurosawa Kimoto sake. Great accompaniment for the cuisine!
  • Spicy tuna bowl! Fried squid legs! Beef tongue yakitori! Just do it.
  • Menu is so vast I never know what to order - but I keep coming back.
  • GESOKARA is just fantastic fried squid leg. Awesome with beer.
  • The fried squid legs with mayo are the best! Great place to spend a Friday with friends - drink and eat all night long
  • Solid atmosphere. Good beef tongue yakitori. Lots of variety.
  • Sashimi bowl with extra uni for $3 more
  • I love their hamashio - succulent, hot, salty clams. For the adventurous, try the chicken gizzard skewers!