New York, NY 10003
Village Voice's Description
Billing itself as a Japanese rural steakhouse, Yakiniku features acres of polished woods, broad low tables with recessed legroom, and a trickling fountain at the end of the dining room, framed by a bamboo grove. In the center of each table is a ventilated barbecue grill, and you will be held responsible for cooking most of your meal on it. Choices range from several kinds of steak to seafood to chicken, and a nifty set meal which includes salad, soup, rice, kimchee, the grillables, tea, and dessert. More exotic meats, like tongue, tripe, and intestines, are available a la carte.
Tips from foursquare
An amazing Japanese barbecue spot on 9th St. & 2nd Avenue. You cook your own food. You get huge plates of filet mignon & cook it with all sorts of sauces.
The specials here are awesome! Come Monday, Wednesday, or Sunday!
Get half price short rib set on Monday. Go during happy hour for a cheap pitcher, too.
The best Yakiniku in town, Don't miss their Sunday Kobe beef Special
The Kobe Assortment for Two is a must have! And beef tongue!
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