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Torishin is like a library of yakitori in Hell’s Kitchen—if it weren't for the sound of crackling charcoal, you could hear a pin drop. They have a few different options, from an $88 pre-theater meal, to an $143 omakase that includes wagyu and iberico pork skewers. You can also go a la carte for a self-guided tour around the parts of a chicken, with toppings like plum and shiso, sweet white miso, and pickled radish. But ordering a la carte gets expensive quickly, so unless you're just popping in for a snack, the pre-set options are the way to go. They also have an interesting sake selection, so ask for something to pair with the umami notes of your chicken heart skewer.

three chicken thigh skewers with yuzukosho

photo credit: Will Hartman

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