There are too many skewers to mention, but rest assured, we ate everything there is to eat that a chicken has to offer, plus a few vegetables to health it up. The experience was great, but if you're not careful, your appetite for charcoal-kissed chunks of chicken can really add up. No matter, it was great to catch up with my NYC crew, even if I left the joint reeking of a Japanese backyard BBQ (I have no idea what that means). If you find yourself in Midtown Manhattan during a throwback diet, I highly recommend waiting for a table here. Buen provecho.
We scored our skewers from Yakitori Totto, located on the second floor of 251 West 55th Street. We had what felt like unlimited skewers, shochu, sake, and sapporo for $90 including tip. Like I said, it can really add up if you don't watch it, but watching it is really no fun, so expect to spend some money here. Also, expect to wait if you have a party larger than two. The place is really small.
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