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Organ Meats in NYC or other Unusual Meats?

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Organ Meats in NYC or other Unusual Meats?

foodlovergeneral | Dec 9, 2011 07:33 PM

I like unusual meats. Tongue is available at a number of Japanese restaurants and Jewish delis. What else is out there? I am sure there's plent of "marrow". Here's a place I haven't tried, but they have amazing things on their menu which is a form of Korean barbecue developed in Japan post WWII. This one is called Takashi specializing in many cuts of beef. On their menu is amazing organ meats; four differnt cow stomachs, not just tendons, as you might get in a typical Chinese or Vietnamese resto, but achilles tendon. Kobe prosciutto. Liver, tongue, even "tongue sinew" whatever that is. Three types of cow tongue dishes besides that. Heart, cheek of course. Oxtail, sweetbreads too. Not just beef ribs, but the meet from between the ribs too. Wow. Can't wait to try it.

For amazing cuts of "chicken parts" grilled, look at the menu at Torishin Yakitori resturant. They even serve grilled "main artery" and "chicken oyster" and "knee gristle". Wow. They have a 1 star Michelin to boot. Look forward to trying it.

Has anyone tired these or have other ORGAN MEET places to suggest?

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Takashi
456 Hudson St, New York, NY 10011

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