I hadn't been here in years and one of my friends and I decided to stop by. It was packed but we were able to snag a table quickly. They have a massive menu. Lots of options. Most things are good or very good. Few...More
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We've been coming here for 20 years; now we come with our children. It is delicious and so much fun. Cheap, yummy food on a stick, with $5 glasses of sapporo. Recently we had grilled chicken hearts, sauteed squid legs and these unbelievable skewers with...More
We loved Yokocho. The food was fresh and delicious. We had about 8 different dishes between the 4 of us and everyone was wonderful. I especially liked the tuna and quail eggs.
If you are looking for sushi, Yokocho is not for you---they don't have it on the menu. However, Yokocho is very authentic, you even feel like your in Tokyo---small, bustling, noisy, with a friendly staff. I wasn't familiar with many dishes on the menu so...More
You feel transported to Japan to a Izakaya somewhere in a Japanese city: a small door to enter the place, simple decoration, dim lights and a lot of Japanese memorabilia. Food was simple but tasty, service very friendly. They offer a wide variety of typical...More
Yes, you do feel transposed to a little alley around Shinjuku station in Tokyo. Typical Izakaya with fried goods off the griddle (yakitori). The highlight for me was definitely the yaki-onigiri (grilled rice ball), something that is hard to find outside Japan. Sapporo on tap,...More
If you want to understand the non-sushi side of everyman, Japanese cuisine, Yokocho is a great starting place. this is not fussy gourmet fare, this is terrific comfort food. and for a bonus the wonderful Angel Share bar shares the upstairs space.
Don't blink or you'll walk right past, and that would be a darn shame. Unbelievable selection of delicious plates! I've never had a bad meal here. Service is prompt and efficient, price is right, and the atmosphere is authentic. Don't miss it.
I've been coming here for many years. This is not a fancy place. It's an izakaya style restaurant. This means they have an assortment of dishes, that are meant to be shared, while drinking alcohol. Now that I go with my toddler, I might have...More
This is a modestly priced Japanese restaurant that is very popular with young people. It is located on a block that is filled Japanese places. Good food and good sake. Great Japanese ice cream. We have Asian friends who feel that they have been transported...More