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  1. Mike L
    Mike L at |

    Love yakitori! How did the actual food (not the experience) compare to the places in NYC like the ones at St. Mark’s?

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  5. Mrp Alert
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    I had chicken balls with scallions at the shop closest to the train station. They were rather chewy but very tasty last Monday.

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