“Great authentic Japanese flavors”
This buzzy, underground izakaya defies its dowdy location in the heart of Times Square with authentic Japanese flavors that would scare the fanny pack off most tourists. Bring a group, order a few $12 pitchers of Sapporo, and keep the small plates coming: Japanese cucumbers are served with mayonnaise and sweet, funky miso for dipping. Okonomiyaki—a squid-and-cabbage pancake—is topped with a flurry of bonito flakes, while kara-age (hunks of fried chicken) are crispy nuggets buried under mild grated daikon and ponzu sauce. With a menu this vast, a few misses are expected, but at less than $10 a plate, it’s worth taking a risk on a dish you can’t pronounce. Featured on No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain.
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Sake Bar Hagi
- Sun - Sat: 5:00 pm - 2:00 am
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