Takashi

4.58 Votes
  • Address: 456 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014, USA, New York City, United States
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  • Phone: +1-2124142929
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant

Japanese cuisine is just incredible, and if you want to taste the authentic Japanese cuisine while traveling in the city of New York, it would be worth to stop at Takashi. This Japanese restaurant offers a delicious menu that includes Kobe beef tartar, sake-pickled Japanese cantaloupe and toast, Japanese Eggplant and Caramelised Onion Bread Samosa, and many more. The restaurant opens at 6pm and closes at 11pm on weekdays, while on Sunday, it opens at 5pm. Another worth-mention thing here is its Korean-style Japanese barbecue. 

How to Reach Takashi

  • Bus M20 to stop : Hudson St/Barrow St

  • Takashi Address: 456 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014, USA, New York City, United States
  • Takashi Contact Number: +1-2124142929
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Takashi Reviews & Ratings

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  • Takashi is a gem! One of the most underrated restaurants in the city! I am almost shocked when I tell people about the restaurant and they have never heard of it. Absolutely must try! Very creative appetizers, my all-time favorite is the wagyu + uni – it’s unbelievably good. The marinated meats for the grill are delicious and the variety of cuts you can get are unlike other places. Go for the cheek – when cooked has a consistency and flavor profile like bacon – so good! Don’t think about it anymore, try Takashi you won’t be disappointed. Always best to make a reservation as the seating times can be long since people are left to operate the grills themselves.

  • -Environmental friendliness: they serve basically all beef so unfortunately a C+ -Staff: excellent service A+, any of the numerous servers are willing to help -Food: A- everything tasted good, but a few things lacked a lot of flavor. Also they had a lot of interesting eats that I had never tried before, so that was exciting. -Atmosphere: Really nice atmosphere, cozy and contemporary -Price: B+ it was very very pricey, but you knew the food was all good quality. Portion sizes seemed average but it’s hard to tell because you’re grilling and eating at your own speed which changes how fast your body realizes it’s full. Good experience but definitely a “special occasions” kind of place based on the price.

  • What a quaint little Japanese gem! Got into offal meats because of their nutrient density. This has got to the best best place in town to try a wide variety of offal!

  • We came here with a reservation, and therefore didn’t wait long to be seated. To start off, the BBQ was delicious! Out of this world! We couldn’t get enough and got 2 more orders of the wagyu Beef. The serves we’re also very polite and nice, and helped us cook most of the meat. They also answered any questions we had about the menu. A little pricey, but definitely worth it!

  • This place suits the foodie who is looking for high quality meats and giving their taste buds some misdirections (in a good way!). Fell in love with this place long ago after seeing the late Anthony Bourdain recommend this place on one of his shows. Small intimate place offering standard and "non standard" cuts of meats. Each time I go, I always ask the waitstaff's opinion as I often am guided to some new part of the menu.

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