Yakitori Taisho : My Favorite Place to go for late night dinner.

If you are hungry at late night hours and you like meat on the skewer, you should go to Yakitori Taisho. This is an amazing Japanese place for meat on a skewer in the East Village, Manhattan. This place always get busy on the weekend night. The line is quite long from a group of teenagers at front , so you should to get there early. Even the place is so small and tight but it’s cozy. There are variety food in the menu with a lots of picture. Also, you can see the food cooked in front of you at the bar. The interior are all woods. You can start with choice of  your favorite assorted skewers , tuna avocado salad , japanese pancake , pork belly and the fried baby octopus. The service is fast. You can hear the staffs chatting in Japanese. Also, there is the noise form the next table. Anyway, the pork belly is the best. The chicken gizzards are a bit chewy. The meat balls are awesome with the marinade sauce. The bathroom is also tiny but this is New York! Beside a tons of soju and Japanese beer , there is the Japanese soft drink called Calpico that you should try!



8 Comments Add yours

  1. trini1986 says:

    I love asian dishes, I will definitely look into this, thank you, also can you give me our class website so i can sign up for our wiki page, thanks.

    1. PEUNG110 says:

      Of course! this is the link http://comm663.wikispaces.com/

      also thanks for the comment!

      1. trini1986 says:

        thank you very much

  2. hernandezmonica says:

    This sounds so great! Would you say the place is affordable? I love skewers. I actually had one yesterday. Thank you for your review, I’ll definitely check it out!

    1. PEUNG110 says:

      Of course! Usually, I spent around 25-35$. Also, there is a good dessert place next door. Thanks for the comments 🙂

  3. naifalbarzan says:

    I smell the food’s smell in the blog 😅. The food look SO SO NICE.

    1. PEUNG110 says:

      It also tastes good too!!!

  4. mbindere says:

    I love Asian food especially Japanese food

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