The Hakata Tonton hot pot is a standout of the menu.
Make reservations! Ahh :)
Order the grilled pork belly skewers. Better than bacon!
Try the Dumplings - Pig feet!! (via @Foodspotting)
Try the mochi cake and spot it on Foodspotting!
Get the pork skewers
Try the Green Tea Tofu and spot it on Foodspotting!
everything, and i mean everything, is worth trying
Swine is fine - Pork Hot Pot for 2, of course.
Kampachi too salty today...
Hot pots are a must. The spicy tuna carpaccio is one of the best things I ever tasted.
Try the Green Tea Sweet Tofu - One of best dessert for anyone who wants less sweet & more healthy dessert :) ( the green tea is unsweetened ) (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Scallop Mentaiko (via @Foodspotting)
Cozy little spot that serves up unexpected treats. Specializing in pig's feet, I'd recommend everything on the menu. -John W.
Hot pot, gyoza, pork belly, pig feet and fried oysters! Yummmm
drink muscat cider support #japan #iwate while eating awesome tonton!
Amazing pork feet and shabu shabu but the homemade gyoza is one of my favs in the city!
Chef Ed Lee (Magnolia 610) recommends the pig's feet dumplings. We also love the monk fish liver.
Food was great, however the waitresses are super slow for restaurant this size.
Yuzu kosho (yummy citrusy japanese condiment) can be found at every table. It's AMAZING...
Bubbling pots of pork and all the nasty bits. Great for a cold winter evening.
Get the tasting menu!
Try the Crispy Scallion Pancake and spot it on Foodspotting!
Pig feet = not as scary as it sounds!
Food is great. Personnel is amazingly kind. Love this place.
Try the Bibimbap - Sucked up all that hotpot goodness (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Grilled Tonton Pork With Spicy Garlic Sauce - Grilled Pork Tonsokuwith spicy garlic sauce. Yum (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Gyoza - Soo good. It had pork and chives (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Atlantic Salmon Carpaccio - With mesclun, salmon roe, and lemon dressing. Interesting flavor (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Muscat Cider - Yum from japan (via @Foodspotting)
arguably the best pork belly buns in nyc
the pork buns are better than ippudo's
Have the salmon carpaccio and then go get your butt washed and dried by their Japanese toilet seat.
kampachi air ship from Japan
Make sure you check out the bathroom! More equipped than most high end restaurants.
Definitely order the Fried Chicken and the hot pot with the pork belly. Best meal I've had in NYC in a long time and that's saying something considering that Restaurant week just ended.
Must try the most delicious creme brûlée and black sesame ice cream here!
The Sizzling Tontoro is a must try
D and I both thought this place was frickin' fantastic! We were all about the hot pot...collagen broth...etc.
The stirfry ramen was fantastic. So was the pez at the end.
Veal liver sashimi. Mmmmmmm
The pig feet is so good! Enough said.
TonTon hotpot, gyoza and don't forget dessert! The green tea creme brûlée with black sesame ice cream was amazeballs!
gyoza, garlic fried rice, hot pot, mochi cake! yummmmmmmmmmmmmmm
The menu's an ode to off cuts and offal, pork foot especially, but in straightforwardly delicious forms.
Try the grilled pork belly - Sean is a great waiter and patiently take out the pork belly for us (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Scallop Salad - Very refreshing (via @Foodspotting)
Try the spicy tuna carpaccio (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Hakata Tonton Hot Pot - A specialty of Hakata, Japan. Collagen broth, tofu, dumplings, vegetables, berkshire pork belly and tonsoku. Love it (via @Foodspotting)