Tori Shin *

about us

Tori Shin is Not your ordinary grilled chicken definitely not your usual Japaneserestaurant. Bincho-tan(charcoal) yakitori, organic chicken, fine sakeand sho-chu.
In NewYork, there are a growing number of Yakitori restaurants, but Tori Shinstays true to it”s roots, and true to the art.
Tori Shin is the only bonafide yakitoriya(chicken griller)with over 40 different unique chicken skewers offered. And Tori Shin remains the only yakitoriya directly linked to a highly-respected, and successful yakitoriya in Tokyo, Japan.
We are proud and grateful ofcompliments fromour Japanese patrons as being true-to style of the Tokyo food culture scene, but our dream was to share this Tokyo experience with others.
Since the beginning, our mission was to promote the most authentic, Tokyo stile yakitori experience, using the highest quality ingredients, hencethe name Tori Shin : True chicken.
Seatings are mainly at the counter, with cook performances.

Listing Information

Award Winning,Casual Dining,Dinner,Late Night,Wheelchair Access

Pricey - $36 - $60




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