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Posted by EastVillageFoodie on 2011-09-02
Kuma Inn is hands down the best Thai/Asian restaurant I have ever been to (and I am an Asian food conosseur). Every single dish I had was amazing, had incredible flavor, and the ingredients were fresh and delicious. We ordered the Steamed mussels in Kaf
Posted by anonymous on 2010-12-20
Delicious. Good flavors and combinations, solid portions, and byob is always a plus, with a reasonable corkage fee. We will go again. Try the chinese sausage and the fried rice cake - those were our favorites. Next time we will hopefully have room for
Posted by g-d on 2009-11-20
It screams lower east side. Kind of hidden (upstairs, barely a sign), looks like it was once someone's studio apartment. I wouldn't say any one dish was outstanding, but in the end, the dinner was better than the sum of its parts. BYOB with a reasonabl
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-12-15
We managed to get a reservation on Saturday at the last minute and I was glad we did, especially after witnessing the half a dozen walk-ins they politely turned away. The four of us got six plates to share and it was more than enough to fill us. The chi
Posted by ally's dad on 2008-10-22
I have now been going to Kuma Inn for about three years. I go with my friends and my family. My 17 and 14 year old kids love it. They saw it is very cool. The lower east side has many restaurants, but this one is very special. The owner King and his wife
Posted by Daters Paradise on 2008-10-06
After reading the reviews on this site I was not sure what to expect, especially in terms of service. But I have to say I was more than pleasantly surprised. It really made my date night top notch. The reviews are right- the chinese sausage is a must h
Posted by MikeG on 2008-09-12
Great food here at Kuma but It's not cheap! $10 to $12 and upward for small plates (keep in mind it's tapas) and to really have a full meal, you're going to want about 7 to 8 plates (yes, that's how small the portions are!)
I loved the scallops but ther
Posted by jm and jps on 2008-02-12
despite the fact that prices have slightly increased, this restaurant is still under the radar and a great value.
make sure to bring your own bottle of chilled white wine.
signature dishes your best bet, skip the dessert.
don't come for the ambi