"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."
Takashi is located in the West Village neighborhood of Manhattan and serves Japanese, Korean, and Grill cuisine. Takashi accepts advance reservations and serves alcohol.Click to see map »
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