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Takashi

Map & Directions 456 Hudson St.
New York, NY 10014
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212-414-2929
  • Japanese, Korean
  • Sun 5pm-10:30pm, Mon-Thu 6pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 5:30pm-12am
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner
  • Beer, Wine
  • Required for Large Parties, Accepted
  • No Parking

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Village Voice's Description

This Japanese-Korean grill-it-yourself spot distinguishes itself with a focus on offal--or horumon, meaning something that's thrown away. "Yakitori-horumon" (basically, grilled variety meats) is a restaurant style invented by Korean immigrants to Japan shortly after World War II. Here, it's beef, beef, and nothing but beef. Try a few cold dishes--like sesame-seeded raw beef liver, or boiled Achilles‚ tendons in chile oil--before turning to your tabletop grill. Bits of wine-dark heart sputter and smoke beefily; sweetbreads turn firm but creamy over the fire. Add a plate of kimchi or crudités with spicy mayo to counteract all that cow.

 
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  • Bay_Area_Runner
    Bay_Area_Runner wrote a review for Takashi
    on 03/07/12
    5

    Went to Takashi with my roommate and another friend with no expectations. It's open until midnight on Friday and Saturday which is awesome. Upon entering I noticed, most of the servers (and clientele) were not Japanese. This is usually a bit of a red flag for me, but I figured I'm in New York so probably not a reflection of the quality of food (it wasn't at all).
    We were seated... More >>

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  • The New York Times on 06/16/10

    Congratulations! You’ve unlocked the raw meat and grilled offal badge! Ask for liver and rib-eye, and don’t forget your vegetables. Also: hot pepper paste. And: Sake!

  • nymag on 12/26/10

    If 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!

  • Eater on 01/11/12

    Offal-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]

  • Travel Channel on 11/14/11

    Tony’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.

  • The New Yorker on 02/15/11

    A 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.

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