Yakitori Totto

Ristorante giapponese$$$$
Theater District, New York
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  • Billy B.
    Billy BachmanDicembre 7, 2016
    Started with Kaisou Salad, excellent and fresh! Followed by the epic Gyoza! Crispy on the outside/tender on the inside. Was perfection! Loved the miso soup. Yakitori Don was awesome. Great experience
  • Lindsey Y.
    Lindsey YooMaggio 27, 2015
    Cozy dark restaurant fit for smaller groups. The monkfish liver and any dish with shishito peppers are sure to please, but get the crispy, salty, delicious blood vessels if you're feeling adventurous!
  • SanDee P.
    SanDee PriserSettembre 6, 2013
    Great place if you want Japanese but your friends don't like sushi. Great Japanese barbecue items. Sit at the counter to watch the action and get beer and food delivered via a long wooden paddle.
  • Wolfgang W.
    Wolfgang WoppererSettembre 19, 2014
    Great sushi starters, even greater yakitori mains. Watching your dishes being prepared competes with timing and atmosphere for being the top non-food ingredient here. A tucked-away must visit!
  • Marcus I.
    Marcus Is KingMarzo 15, 2013
    Try all of the yakitori it's bomb!! Right on point if u like grilled meats. The chicken karage was larger pieces thn expected was good. Soups good. Try the calpice here if your looking 4 soft drink
  • Hilarion D.
    Hilarion Del OlmoFebbraio 2, 2015
    Excellent. Try the traditional Yakisoba beef (kobe). For a great experience try different dishes (portions are small and could be share around the table).
  • Anna R.
    Anna RLuglio 26, 2015
    Grilled eggplant, chicken thigh, pork belly, bacon wrapped enoki were all great. Sitting at the counter watching your food being grilled was fun.
  • Todd F.
    Todd FerraraMaggio 1, 2013
    Simply one of the best restaurants in NY. Blows everything else in the Yakitori category away. Do not miss the chicken ball skewers, grilled rice ball and veggies like eggplant and peppers.
  • Rana R.
    Rana RouhanaOttobre 5, 2014
    all things red meat and the chicken skewers are clearly the stars! also had the chicken hearts just because. unassuming place, reasonable prices.. it's nice to have a gem in midtown.
  • Susan Z.
    Susan ZuckertNovembre 29, 2015
    Anything in a skewer is grilled to perfection, but also eat the eggplant which has such a fabulous sauce you want to dip everything in it. One of my favorite NY spots.
  • Marc
    MarcAprile 15, 2013
    THR says: Bourdain's Midtown Mecca - "Traditional, boutiwque, free-range chicken bites - old school... Just about everything is served on skewers and grilled over artisanally produced charcoal"
  • Kenji U.
    Kenji UedaNovembre 20, 2016
    100% recomendable un tremendo lugar con comida japonesa de verdad y deliciosa. Te sirven muchísimo y el sabor me hace recordar mi infancia en Japón!!!
  • Bravo
    BravoGennaio 29, 2010
    Try the super traditional yakitori—it’s made the way it should be. The flavors are intense and you will walk out of there with a big smile on your face! -Candice Kumai, Top Chef
  • Stephanie L.
    Stephanie LinSettembre 23, 2012
    YUM! My fave yakitori were the Momo (chicken thigh) and Tsukune (chicken meatball). Also delicious are the Tako Wase (marinated octopus) and Mizore Gake (fried eggplant).
  • Mona N.
    Mona NomuraSettembre 10, 2015
    Totto is one of my favorites in NY and I always used to bring out of towners here for a taste of Japan. They only take reservations until 7pm.
  • Elyse A.
    Elyse AntoniaNovembre 11, 2012
    Be adventurous! Everything's great. Try the chicken neck and the stuffed peppers with chicken. Yummmm my fav. If your a food lover this is your place to explore
  • Felicia H.
    Felicia H.Novembre 4, 2012
    Get reservations or be prepared to wait for a while. Try the special meatball (nankotsu tsukune) and duck. Fried eggplant if you're a fan of eggplant.
  • Sung H.
    Sung HwangFebbraio 14, 2016
    Great yakitori menu. Gizzard is really good, idk if they regularly have it. Try the limited ones as they are out quickly. A long wait.
  • Agatha Y.
    Agatha YuAgosto 10, 2014
    Go there early and enjoy their yakitori. Their tofu is almost as good as kyoto's!
  • jon n.
    jon nguyenGiugno 1, 2013
    Try the gyutan - next favorite thing to eat in the world...beef tongue!!! with a spritz of lemon makes u wanna slap somebody...damn these posts are making me hungry again
  • Grace S.
    Grace S.Giugno 28, 2013
    Try the braised pork belly app, gyoza, chicken meatball, harami and kalbi skewers, zaru tofu, and tapioca/frozen banana dessert.
  • jon n.
    jon nguyenGiugno 1, 2013
    Try the kawa - next up...chicken skin!!! kawabunga these were good! grilling skin and making it taste fried...the art of yakitori-ing
  • Cristian V.
    Cristian VFebbraio 17, 2015
    The best miso I've ever had. Seriously. Get a lot of things. The chicken meatballs in brown sauce are of another world.
  • Ashley C.
    Ashley ChanMaggio 3
    Yakitori skewers are on the salty side; I tried the meatball, chicken heart and pork neck skewers. I particularly enjoyed their avocado tuna salad.
  • Saleem
    SaleemFebbraio 18, 2015
    Amazingly tasty bites $3 at a time. Get the chicken thighs, pork belly appetizer, and kalbi short ribs! So good.
  • Harumi U.
    Harumi UAgosto 17, 2014
    Yakitori means grilled chicken (usually on skew) so of course that's the thing to eat here. Chicken used here is all free range so of course everything tastes better. Crazy wait is gone now...
  • Sharon Z.
    Sharon ZhangAgosto 8, 2014
    I have to drop by this place everytime I'm in NYC, juicy and epically tasty yakitori on top of don. Perfectly made.
  • Arden M.
    Arden McWilliamsOttobre 2, 2013
    Food was excellent but space is tight so might be tough for large parties. Recommend the chicken meatball skewers. Great Sake too.
  • Giulia P.
    Giulia PratiSettembre 27, 2015
    The Enoki mushroom skewer wrapped in bacon, the pork neck, and the chicken meatball skewer were some of our favorites!
  • jon n.
    jon nguyenGiugno 1, 2013
    Try the Kamo Negima - first time having duck at a japanese place, and it was dope...duck and scallion on a skewer = good shit
  • Rachael B.
    Rachael ByrneAprile 11, 2012
    Didn't get in early enough for chicken oyster, but chicken liver, scallops, pork loin with scallions, and bacon asparagus were all fantastic
  • Eater
    EaterSettembre 18, 2010
    Rare poultry and grilled meat on stick never had it so good. An instant classic in Midtown: affordable, cool, and dependable. [Eater 38 Member] Leggi tutto
  • Giulia M.
    Giulia M.Aprile 6, 2013
    Ask for the soft knee bone as soon as you get there (nankotsu) as it always sells out fast. Delicious!
  • Gabriel C.
    Gabriel ChungGiugno 5, 2014
    Order any of their chicken or beef skewers. They are all good. Rice balls are great as well
  • @JaumePrimero
    @JaumePrimeroAgosto 13, 2011
    many of the cooks from JG, Per Se, Le Bernadin and others in the area frequent this joint after work. There is a reason, the food is spot on.
  • Leigh Q.
    Leigh QuindaraMaggio 14, 2015
    Everything here is delicious, I could spend a fortune just eating for hours if they don't kick me out first.
  • Ricky L.
    Ricky LeungSettembre 15, 2010
    The rice ball is delish. Skewers are excellent. I like the rice with egg on it, it can be a little bland, but add some spices provided and it's awesome.
  • jon n.
    jon nguyenGiugno 1, 2013
    Try the Sunagimo - the first of our long drawn out "snack" before our 2nd meal...what a way to start with some gizzards...awesome
  • Kelsey M.
    Kelsey MitchellLuglio 21, 2011
    Everything here is the highest of high quality - from the premium Sapporo beer to the wasabi. Must try. Worth the money.
  • jon n.
    jon nguyenGiugno 1, 2013
    Try the Hatsu - thats right...chicken hearts!!! whos down? if ur scared or cant enjoy these, our friendship may be in question
  • jon n.
    jon nguyenGiugno 1, 2013
    Try the Age-Dashi Tofu - properly done agedashi...its been a while since ive had u and thank goodness u were so good...i love u
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAgosto 15, 2014
    Chicken is the focus here, skewered and grilled in a wide variety of forms. Leggi tutto
  • Christopher T.
    Christopher TaiAprile 18, 2012
    Order chicken skin, bacon wrapped asparagus, and beef tongue skewers at bare minimum. This place is delish!
  • E P.
    E POttobre 1, 2012
    This place proves you get what you pay for. Chicken thigh yakitori is fantastic. I'll be back for 10 more of those.
  • Chelsea B.
    Chelsea BalkanOttobre 16, 2011
    Short Ribs w sauce are amazing. Slightly better than the skirt stake if you are choosing between the two.
  • Antonius S.
    Antonius SLuglio 28, 2014
    It is very good food. Very crowded, it is worthed to wait.
  • Catherine P.
    Catherine ParkLuglio 11, 2015
    Best yakitori in a second floor restaurant. A little pricey but worth it
  • Chieko B.
    Chieko BonnaOttobre 1, 2010
    È stato qui più di 5 volte
    Yakitori don is good, affordable, comes with nice salad and miso soup. but not the best Yakitori place. I wish they have more variety of meat on sticks like we have in japan.
  • Kira R.
    Kira RoytburgNovembre 15, 2012
    È stato qui più di 5 volte
    Try chicken hearts, liver, and meatball skewers. Also, Sapporo on draft is yummy :)
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