Mon - Thu: 11:30AM - 10:30PM
It's always "showtime" at this "high-drama" Japanese robatayaki specialist in the NY Times building, where "friendly" staffers dish out "grilled delights" (plus "swanky sushi") while engaging in ritualized "yelling and screaming"; however, all the "fun" – which is most intense at the robata counter – can add up to "big bucks."
Inakaya is located in the Midtown West neighborhood of Manhattan and serves Japanese, Barbecue, Cafe, and Sushi cuisine. Inakaya accepts advance reservations, serves alcohol, and can accommodate large groups. Inakaya offers takeout.Click to see map »
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