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Otafuku x Medetai

  • $
  • Japanese
  • 220 E 9th St, New York 10003 40.729451 -73.987852
  • (Btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave)
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  • (212) 353-8503
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User Ratings (Based on 13 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4_5 Value 4_5
Service 4_5 Atmosphere 4

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 353-8503
Cash Only
Mon-Fri: 1pm-9:30pm Sat-Sun: 1pm-10:30pm
Dinner, Lunch
Cheap Eats, Good for Groups, Online Ordering, Outdoor Seating, Take Out
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • Otafuku x Medetai

    Posted by Mausi on 2014-08-11

    so disappointed!!!!

    I loved this place when it was in a teeny cramped storefront. Now it is in a space that is much larger and very bright. However, there is no longer a single Japanese working in the place. My tako were cold and each had only one miniscule piece of octopu

  • Otafuku x Medetai

    Posted by anonymous on 2010-05-26

    Fun spot

    I've never been to Japan but I imagine this is one of the closest experiences in NYC one will get. I was expecting a bit more octopus meat in the takoyaki, sauce to meat ratio was a bit off. Other than that fantastic! My girlfriend and I had fun with the

  • Otafuku x Medetai

    Posted by Happy Diners on 2010-05-06

    Eat Whilst It's Hot!

    This little take-out joint offers very authentic Japanese snacks. Enjoy them when they're hot!! :)

  • Otafuku x Medetai

    Posted by ERD on 2009-10-26

    Cheap, fast, great

    Great in a pinch both time-wise and $$$$-wise. Very happy I live so close!

  • Otafuku x Medetai

    Posted by The Empress on 2009-10-15

    Love it!!!

    I have eaten here so many times. I love the food and the price. The takoyaki is amazinG!

  • Otafuku x Medetai

    Posted by Wendy on 2009-09-21

    Insanely delicious!

    This is a very tiny place, but oh my God the food is delicious and inexpensive. The staff is very helpful when you are ordering and don't have a clue of what to order. Recomend it 100%.

  • Otafuku x Medetai

    Posted by Atressa on 2008-06-23

    Satisfies the Craving

    Though the space is -extremely- tiny, and no where to eat save a bench outside the door or Tompkins park down the street, for a quick Japanese food fix, Otafuku is not bad. Tasty yakisoba and Osaka-style okonomiyaki (pancake-like, not layered like Hirosh

  • Otafuku x Medetai

    Posted by tookietookie on 2006-09-25

    I Finally Found My New Addiction!

    The first time I tried takoyaki was in the Philippines & ever since then I've forgotten what it tasted like. Then I found it in San Francisco, CA but it was not enough. Luckily as we were walking around the neighborhood a man was eating takoyaki! *gasp* I

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