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Fatty 'Cue (CLOSED)

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  • Barbecue, Asian Fusion, Small Plates/Tapas, Cocktails
  • 91 S 6th St, Brooklyn NY11211 40.711004 -73.9648629
  • (Btwn Berry St & Bedford Ave)
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  • (718) 599-3090
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User Ratings (Based on 13 reviews)

3.515
Food 3.8 Value 2.9
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 3.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(718) 599-3090
Website:
fattycue.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Sun-Wed: 5pm-12am Thu-Sat: 5pm-2am
Serves:
Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Outdoor Dining, Trendy, Happy Hour, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Fatty 'Cue

    Posted by Heinz Hummer on 10/07/2011

    your not in soho

    extremely small portions-i mean baby portions of ok food-12$ whatever cocktails-even pbr is 5$ a can- atmosphere is boring-if your gonna spend this kinda money you could go to any great manhattan spot

  • Fatty 'Cue

    Posted by Guy@the Corner of the Bar on 09/20/2011

    Very tasty food, horrendous value

    Just ate here today since I was in the area and heard MANY a great things. Here was my order: 1 Corn on Cob - $5 1 LambRib(1 long rib&4 tidbits w/fat) -$12 1 Brisket Sandwich - $14 1 Unappetizing Cocktail - $8 For a WHOPPING $41.75! For miniscule portions, that's waay too much money to pay. It's tasty, but not worth what they charge.

  • Fatty 'Cue

    Posted by Downtown Girl on 04/17/2011

    Did not live up to the hype

    The pork rib was a huge disappointment! The flavor was ok, nothing to rave about, but how can you mess up with the cooking? Ribs should to be falling-off-the-bone tender, am I wrong? If you agree, don't bother trying it at Fatty Cue cause you are not getting it! There are plenty of places in Manhattan that you can get quality ribs AND at a decent price too!!! Side dishes are mediocre at best. The only dish I would recommend is beef brisket. Service and staff are excellent though, but would any of us go back again? Certainly not!

  • Fatty 'Cue

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/03/2010

    Yum!

    Absolutely delicious! All late night is superb and I've tried everything on the menu and have never been dissatisfied

  • Fatty 'Cue

    Posted by L on 09/26/2010

    Overpriced

    The prices were very inconsistent. My meat dish was less than the veggie dip which was basically just served with leaves for dipping. Also the meat dish did not come with anything, bao buns were extra. And then my friends meat dish came with 4 buns but very little meat. They need to rework their prices and proportions. Definitely left a lot to be desired.

  • Fatty 'Cue

    Posted by anonymous on 07/17/2010

    Don't Eat Here in the Summer!

    The food here is okay but it's essentially an overpriced novelty freak show in a sweat box starring FAT. Service was so sketchy it took them 15 minutes to bring us a beer on a brutal hot afternoon when the place was empty at 530 pm. And they don't have any air conditioning. We left dripping with grease and sweat and were relieved to be out of there. They get $18 for a bowl of soggy noodles with a few pieces of crab; WAY overpriced. Stick with the meat but expect to bite into fat, fat and more fat. The desserts may be good but we were so anxious to get out of the heat that we'll never know.

  • Fatty 'Cue

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/13/2010

    delicious, but a bit pricey

    My boyfriend and I adore Fatty Crab, so we were really excited to try out this place. We ordered the ribs, fish, toast (with a side of fat), and sangria. Everything was flavorful and cooked to perfection, but all the main dishes were just that: One small fish and four ribs. No sides or garnishes. So be prepared to pony up if you want a full-on meal. Also, our waiter was sweet and delightful, but (since I was facing the kitchen), I spied another waiter/chef person nibble off a plate going out with his fingers, which kinda grossed me out.

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