“Give your taste buds a thrill” at this West Village “beef-lover’s paradise” devoted to yakiniku (DIY Japanese BBQ), from “expensive” “succulent cuts” to more “obscure” parts, e.g. the "must-try testicargot"; “picnic benches” and “swift” service boost the “terrific” mood – and it’s worth reserving for the “late-night ramen” too.
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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