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Izakaya Moku

Map & Directions 10 W. 32nd St. (Second Floor)
New York, NY 10001
  • Japanese
  • Daily 11:30am-4am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Kid Friendly, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted, Not Necessary
  • No Parking

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  • KaHee on 08/31/11

    Their platter of fried beef balls gave me a tummyache

  • Michelle L. on 05/11/13

    The asparagus with wrapped bacon i SO GOOD.

  • Meg on 08/22/10

    Great food - more fun to share tapas-style. Have a party in the karaoke room! Good luck deciphering the massive remote with buttons in Korean, Ha!

  • esther c. on 02/17/12

    Not a good idea to show up on a Friday if you are just two people, 40 min wait!

  • Rawne A. on 04/08/11

    Went here to use the karaoke room and was told a $200 min. One friend didnt have an ID so they denied us all alcohol. Was told not to go to the bar. And we would be charged the difference to 200 still

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