We go to Soba Totto early, before they even open. But they do open on time, which is definitely a good thing. After we got seated, greediness started to take over because we almost wanted all the yakitori on the menu. I liked how they have the unique cuts of an animal, unlike some places that just does the generic chicken meats and vegetables.
|(L-R) chicken oyster, fatty salmon, 2 cow tongue|
|quail egg with yakitori sauce|
|(Top-Bottom) chicken liver, 2 chicken hearts|
|Kamo Shio Soba (duck dipping broth)|
I don't remember exactly what the name is for the dessert but it was just fried dough with ice cream and fruits. It was pretty good, but not the best and it would've been perfectly fine if we skipped dessert and just ordered another karafe of sake.
Soba Totto really scored high in my books. Love the different yakitoris and the soba was great also, oh and the service was A+!
211 E 43rd St
New York, NY 10017