The restaurant takes the chicken as its symbol, from the small lighted sign on the street to the plate decorations. And though the menu has something to sate the craving of every meat lover, chicken is the focus.
Read more
The place—up a flight of stairs from a row of Japanese restaurants—serves past midnight, but it’s advisable to arrive early, because the largely Japanese crowd quickly exhausts the scarcer cuts.
Read more
Although yakitori means “grilled chicken” (usually on a stick), the time-honored working-class Japanese food that is the featured dish at this second-floor Midtown restaurant is taken beyond its usual place as street fare with the restaurant’s use of premium chicken.
Read more
Meat is the thing here: A dedicated Japanese crowd scarfs down juicy kobe beef tongue, delicious chicken hearts and other innards. Standards, like onigiri (balls of rice stuffed with salmon, pickled plum or cod roe) and juicy gyoza (pork dumplings with crisp skins), are just as good.
Read more

阿里微微