Pretty standard fare as far as Japanese food goes.
Foursquare tips are on point here. Spicy tuna bowl and beef tongue skewers!
I just had the Yakisoba, but it was really good!
Speakeasy behind an unmarked door!
Pit stop if angels share is full. The food is great! But this is a busy busy restaurant!
Super cute set up! Get the skewered chicken skins -- absolutely delish!
Stop by for the okonomiyaki but the real treat is Angel Share the bar in the back.
GESOKARA is just fantastic fried squid leg. Awesome with beer.
Steamed enoki mushrooms - delicious!!
The fried squid legs with mayo are the best! Great place to spend a Friday with friends - drink and eat all night long
Mostly you're better off going to another yakitori place. The food is alright, but unless you're going to Angel share, it's not worth it
Solid atmosphere. Good beef tongue yakitori. Lots of variety.
Amazing bi bim bap and be sure to check out the "speakeasy" by the staircase.
I'm sure the wait staff is much nicer to customers who don't come as a group...
very impatient waiters for adding extra person.
Grilled eel bowl was delish
Sashimi bowl with extra uni for $3 more
Best izakaya japanese food in nyc. Late night or just for dinner and drinks! Good for groups. Gets very crowded so beware!
6.5 dollars sauté beef tongue is the bomb! Cheap but delicious late spot
Great sake selection. Sashimi bowl was delicious with a good amount of sea urchin. Fantastic yakitori.
skewers are the perfect drunk food, but the best bet is still the octopus salad
Good quality seafood and extremely wow service. Sashimi didn't disappoint. The waiters have spot on recommendations to suit the pickiest taste.
Layback Japanese food
Japanese Izakaya is transformative. One of my fave late night digs. Order the specials and age dashi tofu, you can't go wrong.
Okay substitute for when it's cold and you don't have two hours to wait at ippudo
Squid legs and spicy tuna bowl!
Not a bad place to grab a drink and small bites, like the yakitori or rice bowls, especially when waiting for a seat at Angel's Share.
Yakittori, shrimp shumai..cocktails next door
Def get the Chicken Skin, Gizzards, and the fried Squid legs? Just any Yakitori things and when you are done make sure you go into Angel's Share it's right in the not-so-"secret door"
Deep fried squid legs, daikon salad, una don when they have it, and ume onigiri!
Spicy tuna bowl is small but delicious. Perfect with a side of rice
Beef tongue (Tan)
Very Japanese ne
Wow never noticed before but food is terrible- udon came with small portion of thin noodles super salty and agedashi tofu had a thick batter, again salty.
The best fried squid legs
Pig foot per Vice
Yummy yakitori but portions are small and it's rather pricey.
I love their hamashio - succulent, hot, salty clams. For the adventurous, try the chicken gizzard skewers!
Go to dishes incl, but DEF not limited to: take yakitori combo, spicy tuna in a bowl, takowasa (raw salted octopus with wasabi), agedashi tofu, takoyaki, gesokara, miso cod
I guess it's OK, but not too thrilled about the 'C' grade
Spicy tuna bowl!
The udon noodle soup is as flavorful as food can be without overpowering the eater by the end.
Daikon stew! Chicken skin! Beef tongue!
Get dinner at Village Yokocho, then booze it up at Angel Share. Get the chicken heart. Unless you're a prude.
This entire block is great
Fried squid legs, country stew, oysters & mushrooms in butter sauce, spicy tuna bowl, beef tongue, okinomyaki! #nom
The Okonomi Yaki is a sight to behold. Paper thin bonito flakes dance in the steam of a custardy cake not unlike BBQ Thanksgiving Dressing/Stuffing with Pickled Ginger. Get the Tako salad and stir.
Try the TONSOKU (Grilled Pigs Feet).