The Low Down
The Extras: While waiting for a table (and you will), stave off hunger with a trip to the whirling cotton candy machine up front
Save Money: Beer is a pittance at $1.50 for Sapporo or Kirin, and sake and soju are also available.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
East Villagers nibble frugally at this mobbed Japanese snack shop.
by Justin Hartung at Citysearch
This St. Mark's izayaka, a Japanese snack and booze cafe, complements the street's growing number of Pan-Asian restaurants. Boisterous waiters greet a streaming crowd of regulars, students and tourists who wait for oneâ¦
By LaughAttack001 at Menuism
This crazy Japanese izakaya on St. Markâs is one of my favorite destinations on the block. The menu is... Read More
Incredibly Strange Place
By Hyphprud at Citysearch
I was brought here by a group of friends just as the place opened at 6:00PM. At least 15 people were waiting outside, until their name was called f... Read More
A must go spot in J-town...Fast and...
By mndragon at Menuism
A must go spot in J-town...Fast and delicious...VERY popular and always packed. I love that I can get my... Read More
Amazingly fun, dirty, and cheap!
By verybecca at Citysearch
This is one of my fave places in NYC to turn my brain off, drink and eat Japanese student food. I always order veggie dishes (Age Dashi Tofu, Cucu... Read More
Japanese comfort food. It's good. Expect to...
By JanetHan at Menuism
Japanese comfort food. It's good. Expect to wait a while to get seated. Took us forever. Forgot we were... Read More