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Posted by stephanie on 2014-09-11
Love this place! I come here at least once every two weeks from Brooklyn. The food is great, always fresh. Very speedy service, but still friendly and sttentive! Love it!
Posted by Nq on 2011-12-02
Found a good takoyaki & okunomiyaki place.
Posted by Brian on 2010-03-09
There has been a line of people waiting to get into Taisho just about every night since I first checked it out in 1993. The reason is: good food, good music, good value for money and a space that's pretty tiny. They expanded into a larger space two doors
Posted by Jessica on 2009-12-17
My sister first introduced me to Taisho a year ago and I have been back at least twice a month since. Taisho is undoubtedly the best, most authentic yakitori I have had in the city. The food is ridiculously cheap, super fresh, and incredibly flavorful.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-09-21
The food here is amazing. The yakitori is delicious, the kimchi noodles are perfect, and the fries are yummy! It is extremely crowded in here. With limited seating, you've got to be patient and wait for 10-15 minutes if it's super busy. The only downside
Posted by Me. Duh. on 2009-06-05
One of my favorite places in NYC. You don't go for the service and the atmosphere is cramped.... but my husband lived in Japan for years and swears this is the closest to Japanese food he's had in the city. Also, I'm not particularly fond of Japanese food
Posted by mdmn on 2009-05-28
The only real complaint that I have about this place is the service is bad.. and when I mean bad, it is bad..
great place, ok food but just fix up your service..
Posted by Tony on 2009-01-05
If you know yakitori in nyc you know the places in Midtown. While you can't compare the quality of the ingredients at this place i will tell you this:
You get inexpensive tasty fare on a menu that includes my favorites from varous restaurants in the city