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Posted by Anonymous on 02/01/2011
I love this place; I wish they were open in Sunday.
Posted by Party of Four on 04/18/2010
We had a reservation for seven o'clock. They lost our reservation, but the rest of the evening more than made up for the error. As it's served tapas style, we ordered 3 plates per person. I'd expect that with such a breadth of dishes, some would be a hit, some a miss. They were all a hit! The particular favorites were the Manila Clams, the Wok Prawns, Sauteed Sweet Sausage and the Pork Belly Special. BYO really kept the price down, and they were great at keeping our wine glasses filled. I'll be back.
Posted by right nearby on 03/08/2010
I love this place. The first time I went, I ordered pad thai, which admittedly, I wouldn't do again. I'm also not a big fan of their spring rolls - they're chock full of pork, but that's a taste issue, not a cooking one. Everything else I've had has been fantastic. In fact, I'm going to order for pick up right this second. Mmmm...
Posted by JPS on 12/05/2009
I like this place. It's way more spacious than the Kuma, without the vibe of being in a crowded 2nd floor Manhattan apartment. The menu items are mostly new as well, thankfully. The majority of our dishes were excellent, though some were underwhelming (market greens and noodles). The grilled meats are the best!. Still BYOB and thats hard to find. I was very pleased and am taking the GF here for her bday nexy week, will post an updated review next week, hopefully will be just as good if not better now that we know what and what not to order. and yes they should really lose the 1990's hip hop soundtrack.
Posted by Aaron on 11/21/2009
This place isn't perfect, but the food is inventive and delicious. The chinese sausage is superb, true, but everything I had off this menu - about 8 dishes in all shared was great.
Posted by Clinton Hill Local. on 10/17/2009
I was thrilled to hear that a Thai / Filipino restaurant had opened in the neighborhood and was impressed by it's decor & ambiance. Why do restaurants think its OK to blast hip hop on their speakers in a finely designed, well lit & sophisticated space over whats supposed to be a nice meal? The music was killing me, my guest, and the tables beside us. The menu was a bit of a mess. Can you really only have "small plates" and "noodle & rice" dishes for a menu all ranging in price from $9-12? Given the current economic crisis & the fact that the restaurant is technically located in Bed-Stuy, I was not so impressed. Not to mention the fact that the Pratt students probably wont be able to frequent the place, regardless of their take on the food. Some of the dishes lacked flavor- a little salt & pepper goes a long way. But, the ingredients were fresh & the flavors to the more creative dishes were well done.
Posted by Greedy on 08/22/2009
Having been in love with Kuma Inn on the LES, I was pleased to see this sister joint open. It is a breath of fresh air in the neighborhood. If you don't do anything else, TRY the Chinese sausage. It is my far my favorite sausage in the world. It is truly one of those signature dishes that can give a place its following!