Hakata Tonton

Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Restaurant$$$$
West Village, New York
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  • emily c.
    emily chenMarch 1, 2016
    This joint kills me. Must get the hot pot, their sashimi apps are great too. Highly recommend the prix fixe which is a great deal and a TON of food. Great for bringing picky asian parents too.
  • Vera C.
    Vera ChanNovember 22, 2014
    Had grape cider😋, Hakata tonton hot pot😋, and green tea tofu😋for dessert. Everything tastes perfect. Too bad we had too much food earlier that day…Def will come back again and try out other dishes!
  • Tessa D.
    Tessa DomzalskiNovember 25, 2015
    Make sure you get a reservation. They get busy. Go for the hotpot, it's amazing. But a very large serving. Luckily you have the option to add rice/noodles to make risotto/ramen with whatever remains.
  • citizenM
    citizenMApril 1, 2016
    It’s best to go with a small group of friends, but make sure to get reservations. Your best bet to get a spot is after 10 p.m. This cozy Japanese eatery only seats about 30 guests. Read more
  • 7th.List
    7th.ListAugust 2, 2012
    You know what people aren't talking about anymore? Pig foot heaven Hakata Ton Ton. Taste: HAKATA TONTON Hot Pot - collagen broth, tofu, dumplings, vegetables, Berkshire pork belly and tonsoku. Read more
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoAugust 10, 2014
    The hot pot at Hakata Tonton is the perfect remedy for winter. Get the Tonton Hotpot, filled with vegetables, dumplings, and an addictive broth, or the full tasting menu if you're really hungry.
  • Daniella R.
    Daniella RondonDecember 12, 2014
    Favorite japanese place in the city hands down. If not getting the hot pot (or as an addition) then be sure to try the garlic fried rice and the yuzu tonton pork! Gyozas are great too
  • Michelle
    MichelleSeptember 30, 2014
    The hotpot is to die for! Gyoza was out of this world too. They told us not to leave a tip as the prices reflect tips but we thought that was overly generous as prices were really reasonable.
  • Rewan P.
    Rewan PartiJanuary 11, 2016
    Start your meal with Pigs feet( Grilled Pork Tonsoku), famous Gyoza. Must order Hakata Tonton hotpot. Go after 10pm for a small or no wait.
  • Sissi N.
    Sissi NieNovember 6, 2012
    Hands down one of my favorite dining experiences in NYC. The service is attentive without being intrusive, the food is delicious and served in just the right portions. And don't forget your Pez!
  • Neha J.
    Neha JambhekarAugust 22, 2013
    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.
  • Nat M.
    Nat MaFebruary 28, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Pretty much everything is great here. Some of my favs include: Pork buns (pictured), Gyoza, fried chicken, chicken wings, caviar, okonomoyaki.
  • Alyssa
    AlyssaApril 1, 2016
    Love this place! Gyoza is a must order and don't leave without trying a hot pot. Service is excellent and you get 5% off your meal if you pay cash.
  • Matthew M.
    Matthew MichiharaDecember 11, 2014
    Get the hakata tonton hot pot obviously. Add rice/egg to the broth at the end for some kind of bibimbap like dish.
  • Wei V.
    Wei VaynJanuary 20, 2014
    Try the Hakata Tonton Hot Pot - A specialty of Hakata, Japan. Collagen broth, tofu, dumplings, vegetables, berkshire pork belly and tonsoku. Love it
  • Linda C.
    Linda ChowJune 26, 2015
    The grilled miso yuzu pork belly is one of the best things ever – it just melts in your mouth. Okonomiyaki, gyoza, and shabu shabu are all great as well!
  • Mona N.
    Mona NomuraSeptember 10, 2015
    Hakata Ton Ton is regional food from Southern Japan and the birthplace of tonkotsu ramen. It might be strange for non-Asians but I love this place.
  • D
    DMarch 24, 2015
    Overall a delicious experience. Had the set menu, came w/ 5 apps, hot pot & dessert. Sesame ice cream was so good!
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 15, 2014
    One of the city's most unusual restaurants puts pig foot ("tonsoku" in Japanese) in many of its dishes. Read more
  • Adna
    AdnaApril 13, 2015
    Amazing hotpot broth. For dessert definitely get the black sesame ice cream and creme brulee!
  • Chenyu
    ChenyuJanuary 9, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Try the Green Tea Sweet Tofu - One of best dessert for anyone who wants less sweet & more healthy dessert :) ( the green tea is unsweetened )
  • BlackBook Magazine M.
    Nearly every dish includes pieces of braised pig's foot. Called Japanese soul food, these collagen-rich eats can allegedly restore and maintain that youthful glow. Read more
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedOctober 2, 2015
    "This style of nabe comes from my hometown and it is done perfectly. Whenever I am missing home, I go here." Chef Abe Hiroki Read more
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMarch 15, 2013
    The menu's an ode to off cuts and offal, pork foot especially, but in straightforwardly delicious forms.
  • Jason
    JasonJuly 25, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    Make a reservation, get the monkfish liver, enjoy the pig feet hot pot, and have a pez from the friendly waitstaff.
  • Catherine P.
    Catherine ParkMay 27, 2015
    Tried both the detox & spicy hot pots, and the broths were so good & the veggies fresh. A little slow but great service!
  • Ms T.
    Ms TrinhAugust 8, 2013
    Must try the most delicious creme brûlée and black sesame ice cream here!
  • nous mangeons
    nous mangeonsApril 28, 2013
    TonTon hotpot, gyoza and don't forget dessert! The green tea creme brûlée with black sesame ice cream was amazeballs!
  • CREATETHE GROUP
    CREATETHE GROUPNovember 28, 2012
    Cozy little spot that serves up unexpected treats. Specializing in pig's feet, I'd recommend everything on the menu. -John W.
  • Wei V.
    Wei VaynJanuary 20, 2014
    Try the Grilled Tonton Pork With Spicy Garlic Sauce - Grilled Pork Tonsokuwith spicy garlic sauce. Yum
  • Wei V.
    Wei VaynJanuary 20, 2014
    Try the Atlantic Salmon Carpaccio - With mesclun, salmon roe,‏ and lemon dressing. Interesting flavor
  • Natalie V.
    Natalie VegelSeptember 1, 2016
    Really good okinomiyaki! Hot pot was fair, which there was more pork.
  • Raquel F.
    Raquel FraktasOctober 6, 2015
    I truly wish there were vegetarian options here. I know they specialize in pork, but any menu options that aren't pork or beef would be nice at least.
  • Chenyu
    ChenyuJanuary 8, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Try the grilled pork belly - Sean is a great waiter and patiently take out the pork belly for us
  • Jessica L.
    Jessica LinMay 10, 2012
    Try the green tea tofu! Really refreshing and just sweet enough. You'll be sad when you've finished it.
  • Lauren A.
    Lauren AAugust 15, 2013
    Hot pots are a must. The spicy tuna carpaccio is one of the best things I ever tasted.
  • KP
    KPJune 25, 2013
    D and I both thought this place was frickin' fantastic! We were all about the hot pot...collagen broth...etc.
  • dawn.in.newyork
    dawn.in.newyorkJune 6, 2015
    Nigori Sake. Soft textured and sweet taste at first, then bold and strong at last.
  • Sanjeev V.
    Sanjeev VarmaFebruary 5, 2015
    Creme brûlée with black sesame ice cream is amazing, the ice cream is made in-house.
  • Find. Eat. Drink.
    Find. Eat. Drink.December 4, 2011
    Chef Ed Lee (Magnolia 610) recommends the pig's feet dumplings. We also love the monk fish liver.
  • Michael C.
    Michael CNovember 16, 2014
    Reservation is a must. Hakata hot pot was delicious! Be prepared to sweat a lot.
  • Andrea N.
    Andrea NguyenJanuary 10
    Good for groups to share copious amounts of food. Get a hot pot, don't sleep on the sashimi.
  • Michael W.
    Michael WangAugust 6, 2014
    The spicy tuna carpaccio is served with a lightly sweet ponzu, crispy garlic, and scallions, and it's the best thing I ate here
  • Joce Y.
    Joce YuJuly 25, 2015
    Everything is amazing. The hotpot is the best. Great for a healthy hearty meal.
  • Angela Z.
    Angela Z.June 28, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Amazing pork feet and shabu shabu but the homemade gyoza is one of my favs in the city!
  • Teddy L.
    Teddy LuJanuary 21, 2015
    everything i had was amazing. i want to come back and try everything on the menu
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsFebruary 11, 2013
    The Hakata Tonton hot pot is a standout of the menu.
  • jbrotherlove
    jbrotherloveJuly 19, 2016
    Hakata Hot Pot is the way to go!
  • Olga R.
    Olga RaskinNovember 26, 2013
    Have the salmon carpaccio and then go get your butt washed and dried by their Japanese toilet seat.
  • Fran W.
    Fran WuJanuary 2, 2016
    Hakata hot pot, yellowtail sashimi, and the garlic(?) pork feet appetizer
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