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Buta Kakuni at Sakagura – NYC

September 9, 2011 | 2 Comments

buta kakuni @ sakagura

Sakagura isn’t by any means cheap, but the Buta Kakuni definitely is. At five dollars a portion, you get a substantial (very substantial for a Japanese restaurant) hunk of sweet and salty braised pork belly in all its quivering glory. A little spicy mustard on the side helps cut the fattiness, and yes, there’s a lot of it. I’ve had more melt-in-your-mouth kakuni elsewhere, but not at this size or price.

onigiri @ sakagura

With a pair of Onigiri ($5 for 2) on the side, you have yourself a nice little meal. More than enough to coat your stomach for the shots of sake to come. Happy Friday everyone!

Sakagura
211 E 43rd Street (b/n 2nd & 3rd Ave; map)
New York, NY 10017
212-953-7253

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2 Comments

  • TT at 3:01 pm on September 12, 2011

    haven’t been here in a long time. gotta get that pork belly soon!

  • bionicgrrrl at 1:40 pm on September 23, 2011

    @TT – It’s worth going just for the pork belly!

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