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Takashi

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456 Hudson St New York NY 10014
Phone
(212) 414-2929
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Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
5:30am-10:30pm
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
5:30am-10:30pm
Wednesday
5:30am-10:30pm
Thursday
5:30am-10:30pm
Friday
5:30am-10:30pm
Saturday
5:30am-10:30pm

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Offal Specialist Takashi Serves an All-Beef Late-Night Ramen

"Fantastic" yakiniku ("cook-your-own" Japanese BBQ) is the draw at this West Villager where "daring", "every-piece-of-the-cow" offerings have "adventurous" carnivores enthusing "welcome to the offal house"; "attentive" service and "pleasantly minimalist" decor keep the focus on the "amazing cuts."

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Korean grilling, for most non-Koreans, tends to appear mostly as little marinated pieces of steak cooked over gas grills. At Takashi, they are using gas grill -- there's nothing you can do about that -- but on the other hand the man does every imaginable part of the cow, including three different kinds of stomach. Talk about snout to tail! It's all good, too.

Awesome, awesome, awesome.

After a lot of very carefully chosen dining, this was the star of my trip to NYC. Came late on a Monday and seated immediately, though the waitress (Mimi, who I highly recommend if she's there-attentive, friendly, and all around awesome) said there'd been a two hour wait the day before. The menu is a combination of creative stuff from the kitchen and meats and offal for the table grill. Is it...

Business description (1)

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...

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Notable chiefly for its menu of uncommon cuts--grilled Achilles tendon, anyone?--this Japanese all-beef restaurant is also charming and intimate.

Korean grilling, for most non-Koreans, tends to appear mostly as little marinated pieces of steak cooked over gas grills. At Takashi, they are using gas grill -- there's nothing you can do about that -- but on the other hand the man does every imaginable part of the cow, including three different kinds of stomach. Talk about snout to tail! It's all good, too.

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