Japanese Bar Food Restaurants in Los Angeles
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Privy 5 New York Japanese Bar Food

You’ll find some great Japanese Bar Food restaurants and eateries in the city, specializing in Japanese Bar Food that features Izakaya and Yakitori style cuisine. But the only the best Japanese Bar Food restaurants make the Privy list of Japanese Bar Food restaurants.

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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: West Village

    Cuisine: Japanese, Japanese Sushi

    435 Hudson Street New York City NY 10014
    +1 212 647 9196
    EN Japanese Brasserie is not only of of the best Japanese restaurants in NYC, it's also one of the best restaurants period. Highly recommended is their seven course meal which comes beautifully presented and each dish is an exercise in eye candy. This glamorous and yet authentic Japanese cuisine is worth every dollar. From their amazing tofu to the various types of sashimi, EN Japanese Brasserie e ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: East Village

    Cuisine: Japanese

    236 East 9th Street Between Second and Third avenues New York City NY 10003
    +1 212 353 8503
    Lovers of authentic Japanese street-fare love Otafuku, this food impresses like nothing outside of Japan. Fried octopus balls with scallion and ginger or takoyaki, yakisoba, okonomiyaki which is a type of cabbage pancake (much like a pizza) topped with pork, squid, shrimp, bonito flakes, mayo and seaweed are the order of the day. For those who know Japanese street food, know this kind of find is r ... read more >
  • Categories: Night Life,  Restaurants

    Neighborhood: East 40s

    Cuisine: Japanese

    211 East 43rd Street, B1 (Between 2nd & 3rd Avenue) New York City NY 10017
    +1 212 953 7253
    The old adage that one should never "judge a book by its cover" is very apt in the case of Sakagura. The rather pedestrian almost book store-ish entrance is a magic portal to one of NYC's finest Japanese restaurants. The décor is amazing and the food equally so. Not to miss dishes at Sakagura include an absolutely stunning Kamo Roast duck, Agedashi Tofu, Sanma Onigiri, grilled octopus and any of t ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Midtown

    Cuisine: Japanese

    251 West 55th Street near Broadway New York City NY 10019
    +1 212 245 4555
    Grilled rare chicken on a stick is tame fare at Yakitori Totto, but is the featured dish; you can even order chicken sashimi. If you are not sufficiently adventurously inclined to attempt chicken which is traditionally not cooked through or freshly prepared tofu in dark miso sauce with seafood, which seems a shame, then stick to noodles and soup. Authentic sojou and sake does find tame Americans i ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Midtown

    137 E 47th St (between 3rd Ave & Lexington Ave) New York City NY 10017
    (212) 980-7909
    The Donburiya profile is Japanese fast food, but it's much more than mere fast food, even if it only takes half an hour to eat. Tonkatsu, fish cakes with wasabi, grilled smelt, ochazuke, fresh raw tuna, stir fried beef, deep fried oysters and crispy fried tempura are heaped up on deep bowls of rice as the name suggests. This is fresh, satisfying food which is served quickly, where casual lunch tim ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: East Village

    Cuisine: Japanese

    5 Saint Marks Place New York NY 10003
    (212) 228-5086
    Yakitori Taisho may be famous or perhaps infamous for their mysterious “chicken chunk" and for waiting time. But patrons are flocking here for their own peculiar brand of Japanese soul food. The spectacle of sizzling chicken-gizzard skewers, fireballs and flaming fire-brands blasting by boisterous grill masters makes anything you order worth the wait for the sake of the floor-show. It is subterran ... read more >

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