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TALDE



369 7th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215

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(347) 916-0031

Hours

  • Sunday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Monday: 5:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 5:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 5:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Thursday: 5:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Friday: 5:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Saturday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:00 am - 12:00 pm


4.8 of 5.0 from 205 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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  • Lucy OOMG the Korean fried chicken!!!!!!!

    55555 by Lucy O


  • Sam .Hong Kong noodles and lemongrass chicken wraps seem basic, BUT THEY'RE NOT. And avocado bao is so cute.

    55555 by Sam .


  • Daniel MNeedless to say, the dumplings were incredible.

    33333 by Daniel M


  • Billy MAlways great...everytime..

    55555 by Billy M


  • Savannah ZVery impressed by the wings. Pretzel dumplings are disappointing. Dan dan noodles are good but have a heavy amount of meat, so try something else if you're just looking for a noodle dish.

    55555 by Savannah Z


  • Vle.G. VModern Asian cuisine, service average, good location.

    55555 by Vle.G. V


  • Chris M.Pretzel, Pork, and Chive Dumplings - Grubstreet's #39 NYC dumpling

    55555 by Chris M.


  • Zach DI was less impressed by the dumplings than others, but oyster bacon pad Thai and Korean fried chicken were excellent.

    55555 by Zach D


  • PureWowYes, the pretzel pork and chive dumplings at this Asian-American spot are far from traditional, but the crispy, salty dough and the accompanying spicy mustard make for an addictive combination.

    55555 by PureWow


  • Lauri ✌🏻️ JGreat pad thai, good samosa and kale salad. Illy coffee was burnt, served really hot and not worth drinking.

    55555 by Lauri ✌🏻️ J


  • Jeff E.The wonton noodle soup is basically lousy ramen with three small dumplings. Avoid. Crab rice good tho.

    33333 by Jeff E.


  • Catt JEVERYTHING ROTI. 💖

    55555 by Catt J


  • Mark D.Pretzel dumplings, oyster bacon pad thai, fresh veggie sides, Korean chicken, short rib Kare Kare, and cocktails+++

    55555 by Mark D.


  • Shanette BChicken and Waffles, Fried Rice, and Watermelon Margarita

    55555 by Shanette B


  • Stephanie TBacon Pad Thai for the savory and corn cakes for the (semi)sweet. Everybody wins.

    55555 by Stephanie T


  • Chelsea EAsian fusion may get a bad rap, but Talde is here to remind us that it’s stupidly fun to consume. When would you not be excited to eat pretzel pork dumplings? Or bacon pad thai?

    33333 by Chelsea E


  • Dave H.The korean fried chicken, pretzel dumplings, and pad thai were standouts.

    55555 by Dave H.


  • Megan PaoloneThe branzino is DELICIOUS and great for sharing.

    55555 by Megan Paolone


  • Krissy SThe chicken wings were amazing. So much flavor!! And the Kare Kare noodle dish - I've never tasted anything like it!!

    55555 by Krissy S


  • Adam Griff90s asian fusion throwback.

    55555 by Adam Griff


  • Valentin G.Just good, a bit disappointed

    55555 by Valentin G.


  • Leiv KAppetizers and cocktails were better than the mains. Still great though.

    55555 by Leiv K


  • Jose VKung Pao wings are so tasty.

    55555 by Jose V


  • NickThe food here is inspired and inspiring. Get the yuzu guacamole, check out Chef Talde's cookbook, and enjoy the hip hop music

    55555 by Nick


  • Joshua HaftelThe Korean fried chicken was swimming in Frank's red hot sauce. I didn't want buffalo wings, I wanted Korean wings. The Kung pao wings were just sweet soy with a bit of spice. Overall, disappointing.

    33333 by Joshua Haftel


  • Stu C.I enjoyed the Kung pao wings best. Also the very friendly service.

    55555 by Stu C.


  • Stu C.The Kung pao wings certainly lived up to advance billing!

    55555 by Stu C.


  • Josh KCrab fried rice - simple yet amazing

    55555 by Josh K


  • Christine MThe wings!!!! Omg!! My mouth waters every time I think about how yummy they are!!

    55555 by Christine M


  • maria c.Pretzel dumpling

    55555 by maria c.


  • YelenaGet. Everything. Then bring me the leftovers.

    33333 by Yelena


  • AytacOzge BNice decoration and spectacular tastes!

    55555 by AytacOzge B


  • Jess NDon't stop at one order of the pretzel dumplings. The brunch fried rice is also amazing. Top it with the hot sauce sitting on the table.

    55555 by Jess N


  • Nicole CloutierMy absolute favorite #wholefish in Brooklyn...with tomato turmeric jam, lots of herbs and paper thin rice pancakes.

    55555 by Nicole Cloutier


  • Lindon Bbacon pad Thai and the breakfast ramen!

    55555 by Lindon B


  • Fodor's Travel EIf the Filipino halo-halo dessert is on the menu, you're in for a sugar rush: it's shaved ice with sweetened condensed milk, coconut, tapioca, seasonal fruit, and Cap'n Crunch.

    55555 by Fodor's Travel E


  • Meg FarmerExplosion of taste buds here. Pad Thai was to die for, craving more just thinking of it.

    55555 by Meg Farmer


  • YelenaBBQ negroni and the bacon and oyster pad thai 🙌🏼

    55555 by Yelena


  • CRUZ M.Best burger! Incredible every time.

    55555 by CRUZ M.


  • AlanaIdeal scenario: you and your dining companion each get a breakfast ramen and split the bacon pad Thai 🍜

    55555 by Alana


  • Heather R.Interesting fusion food. Enjoyed it, but didn't blow my mind.

    55555 by Heather R.


  • Margot M.Really nice atmosphere with quality food. They honor substitutions, so let them know if you have allergies. The market veggies are freakin awesome.

    55555 by Margot M.


  • Camden AEverything!

    55555 by Camden A


  • Ashley B.Pretzel dumplings. Omfg

    55555 by Ashley B.


  • Tracy S.The sea bass was amazing!

    55555 by Tracy S.


  • Abe SebastianKorean fried chicken

    55555 by Abe Sebastian


  • Mat B.Starfruit sangria is severely delicious.

    55555 by Mat B.


  • Amy M.Korean wings are amazing!

    55555 by Amy M.


  • Sabrina R.Should be #1 in park slope. Great service, drinks & exciting innovative menu. Kung Pao wings are amazing and suggest over ordering and sharing. Korean fried chicken is a must & daily ramen special.

    55555 by Sabrina R.


  • DrewskiDumplings were good but thought the kung pao wings and waffles and bacon pad thai were even better. Great bloody mary too.

    55555 by Drewski


  • Carlos (Lil Rascal) S.The chicken wings a good and so is the crab fried rice :-)

    55555 by Carlos (Lil Rascal) S.


  • Andy F.Come for brunch! The Kung pao chicken wings and waffle plate was delicious! The bacon pad thai and dumplings are something great to try as well!!!

    55555 by Andy F.


  • Adventures in Red & BrownSo many great options: pretzel pork dumplings, kung pao wings, and the bacon oyster Pad Thai are our go-to's. For a drink try the BBQ negroni for a smoky variation on a classic.

    55555 by Adventures in Red & Brown


  • ginny h.It's not bad it's just heavy and overly seasoned food.

    33333 by ginny h.


  • ginny h.What everyone is saying about their Korean friend chicken is really western person friend chicken with Asian sauce. You can't tell the difference and they know it.

    55555 by ginny h.


  • Vivek B.Vietnamese crepes are definitely a hidden gem

    55555 by Vivek B.


  • Nick B.The wines glasses here are awesome.

    55555 by Nick B.


  • GothamistTry the Korean Fried Chicken, noteworthy for its juicy meat and seasoned skin. It arrives sliced and sitting in a puddle of spicy kimchi yogurt, with pickled grapes and mint leaves strewn about.

    55555 by Gothamist


  • Viv SoOverpriced mediocre Asian food that's getting away with it because of limited options in the neighborhood. Used to be so much better!

    33333 by Viv So


  • William N.The food is unabashedly spicy in a manner usually reserved for joints on First Avenue or off of Canal Street. Excellent. Start with the pork and pretzel dumplings.

    55555 by William N.


  • Allan B.The Filipino pork brunch dish is an elevated but authentic take on tosilog. As a Filipino American, it may be the best tosilog I've ever had. I highly recommend it.

    55555 by Allan B.


  • AnneLong wait, no room at the bar? Head over a couple storefronts to Brook Vin and grab a drink and some cheese while you wait!

    55555 by Anne


  • Mike SilberBest restaurant in the neighborhood. Get the chicken and King crab fried rice

    55555 by Mike Silber


  • Andrea B.Everything was crazy good but for me the crispy avocado bao, the pork dumplings and the Kung Lao chicken wings were the best

    55555 by Andrea B.


  • ErinThe short ribs. The dumplings. The pad thai. Everything was delish. Extra point for all hip-hop dinner soundtrack (current and past).

    55555 by Erin


  • Monica ZarateBreakfast Ramen, tots, Korean wings and waffles

    55555 by Monica Zarate


  • Brigette K.The food was good but I was not super impressed. Very crowded and loud. Not a place for vegans, the menu in general doesn't have much of a selection. Crab rice, fried chicken were the best!

    55555 by Brigette K.


  • Marci D.Amazing appetizers, mediocre entrees

    55555 by Marci D.


  • lyda orjuelaDelicious branzino, padtahi, wings and yuzu guacamole, super recommended place!!!

    55555 by lyda orjuela


  • Alexander HooglandButtered toast ramen. Weird but good. But nothing beats the lobster tom kha!

    55555 by Alexander Hoogland


  • Diana PearlAgain, must have pretzel dumplings. But everything is delicious and service is professional.

    55555 by Diana Pearl


  • Erica V.The breakfast ramen is incredible. Definitely a new favorite brunch spot. Even on a Saturday around noon, the wait was only 15mins.

    55555 by Erica V.


  • Jesse B.The Yuzo guac w/ soec is amaze. If you get the salmon, get the fried rice too!

    55555 by Jesse B.


  • Isaac V.All of their meals are worthwhile, but brunch with a group of adventurous eaters who like to share is fantastic and very unique. Korean fried chicken and waddles!

    55555 by Isaac V.


  • GothamistThis Pan-Asian eatery debuts their Thanksgiving ramen. Bowl comes with slices of roasted turkey, roulade, dumplings filled with creamed spinach, tart pickled cranberries, and a mushroom-soy gravy.

    55555 by Gothamist


  • Paul KernfeldSeafood, pretzel dumplings, market greens

    55555 by Paul Kernfeld


  • Aman K.The chicken wings!!!

    33333 by Aman K.


  • DimsumlightGreat resturaunt overall. Menu items are really good. I ordered with a group of four and all of our meals looked and tasted great.

    55555 by Dimsumlight


  • Rafael MacieiraNoodles are awesome! Place is really nice! Kinda of a young happy hour place, but with great food, not only drinks!

    55555 by Rafael Macieira


  • Simone SpilkaBBQ gin negroni and guacamole. Another round,plz

    55555 by Simone Spilka


  • Brian B.The Yuzu Guacamole comes on the most innovative rice delivery mechanism in history. Amazing. 🔥🔥🔥

    55555 by Brian B.


  • Jason F.chicken wings

    55555 by Jason F.


  • Shaun F.Solid brunch. Not good for vegetarians but you omnivores will love it. Try the bacon pad Thai.

    55555 by Shaun F.


  • Adam L.Obama's Punch pitcher is the best deal going. ~4 drinks for less than the price of 2.

    55555 by Adam L.


  • j kirklandDumplings with mustard are impeccable

    55555 by j kirkland


  • Margarita KrupEverything is amazing here! Try dumplings, branzino (best I ever had), fried chicken

    55555 by Margarita Krup


  • Erika R.Branzino was unlike any I've ever had before; very special.

    55555 by Erika R.


  • Alexandra T.I'm naming my first born after this place. Damn good.

    33333 by Alexandra T.


  • Tasting TableThe best thing on the menu is the Korean-style fried chicken. The skin is crisp, the meat is super moist and juicy, and the whole thing arrives in a pool of spicy kimchi yogurt.

    55555 by Tasting Table


  • Nick J.The brunch is great!

    55555 by Nick J.


  • Colleen M.Brunch is better than Dinner. Be ready to share all the plates.

    55555 by Colleen M.


  • Kev S.Go with the pretzel dumplings, the wingys and the bacon fried oyster pad thai. You might as well throw on your diaper because you will make a mess of your underwear when this place makes you foodgasm

    55555 by Kev S.


  • Rich K.I get the dumplings and wings apps every time. Short rib kare kare is my favorite dish.

    55555 by Rich K.


  • Lori L.Fans of "Asian fusion" may enjoy dishes at Talde, such as the pretzel dumplings and bacon and oyster pad thai. For the most part, dishes are low in flavor and high in price point.

    55555 by Lori L.


  • ruth k.Oyster pad Thai. Any whole fish. Brussel sprouts! Pretzel dumplings. All so good!

    55555 by ruth k.


  • Julia M.Roasted branzino. Lobster tom kha.

    55555 by Julia M.


  • 'Damian W.Fantastic lobster tom kha! The guacamole is outta this world! The 'chips' come as a crispy sushi roll with the guac on top! Delicious! (And get the miso salmon, it's amazing!)

    55555 by 'Damian W.


  • Carmen N.Brunch is just as good as dinner.

    55555 by Carmen N.


  • Jared JFried oyster pad thai. Omg.

    55555 by Jared J


  • EpicuriousA smattering of chopped peanuts, cilantro, and sliced scallions adds texture to the sticky wings. Instead of typical blue cheese dressing, Talde serves a rich buttermilk ranch dressing.

    55555 by Epicurious


  • Jeff F.Pretzel dumplings are off the chain.

    55555 by Jeff F.


  • Evan C.Just order everything....it's soo good! All the dishes are family style!

    55555 by Evan C.


  • Chrissy B.Omg omg omg why is absolutely EVERYTHING so delicious???? I'm in loooove. My new fave.

    55555 by Chrissy B.


  • AndreaBronzino and crab fried rice🙌

    55555 by Andrea


  • Jae LeeBranzino, a must try!

    55555 by Jae Lee


  • Adventures in Red & BrownDo not pass go, do not collect $200, just get the crispy oyster bacon pad Thai, Kung pao wings, and pretzel pork & chive dumplings.

    55555 by Adventures in Red & Brown


  • Joanna MMusic is kinda annoying?

    55555 by Joanna M


  • Joanna MDon't underestimate how awesome the kale salad is...

    55555 by Joanna M


  • DwigeeWish I didn't go there after a heavy late lunch. Ordered the Branzino cooked in banana leaves and it was delicious! Totally worth the wait for our table.

    55555 by Dwigee


  • Jay M.Kale salad rivals Northern Spy's. Get it.

    55555 by Jay M.


  • Gloria C.come for brunch

    55555 by Gloria C.


  • Kira F.brunch: pretzel dumps, fried avocado baos, buttered toast breakfast ramen (yes), Chinese 5 spice coffee, happy

    55555 by Kira F.


  • Chris ConroyIf the market vegetables are the Brussels sprouts with Keffir lime and lemongrass: GET THEM. Amazing.

    55555 by Chris Conroy


  • Katie N.Try the brunch! Lobster bao is very good (and spicy). Eating tater tots with chopsticks is also fun.

    55555 by Katie N.


  • LaurenI would have licked the salad dressing off the plate of my kale salad. It was that good. The bacon pad Thai was delicious but the oysters were under seasoned in my opinion.

    55555 by Lauren


  • EaterDale Talde breathes new life into the pan-Asian genre at this unabashedly fun Park Slope restaurant. Head here with a few friends and try a lot of things to share. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • robinOrder everything on the menu. Though, the pretzel dumplings are pretty amazing. And the lobster bao. And grits. And the vietnamese iced coffee...

    55555 by robin


  • Alicia C.Amazing all around. One million times better than Mission Chinese

    55555 by Alicia C.


  • Duane KinseyThe Brooklyn Sling is great

    55555 by Duane Kinsey


  • Ed F.Amazing food especially the dumplings and fried chicken (spicy). Also just in case they do not take the American Express Card :-(

    55555 by Ed F.


  • Ashley D.Nine roses cocktail!

    55555 by Ashley D.


  • Kathy D.Great service!!!!!

    55555 by Kathy D.


  • Emily C.The Ginger Rose is dynamite. Bourbon fans, do not miss!

    55555 by Emily C.


  • Rebbi B.Order the whole fish. It's worth it and not as intimidating as you would think.

    55555 by Rebbi B.


  • Ben nWhole Roasted Branzino

    55555 by Ben n


  • Brian B.Skip the chicken and waffle

    33333 by Brian B.


  • Brooklyn RocksGood Old Fashioned cocktails at the Bar.

    55555 by Brooklyn Rocks


  • Nadine A.Hands down, fried chicken. Everything is good. Great addition to park slope. Luv this place.

    55555 by Nadine A.


  • DDisappointing...Really disappointing. Will have to give it another shot later.

    22222 by D


  • Michelle A.If I was on death row my final meal would be ANYTHING from Talde.

    33333 by Michelle A.


  • Michelle A.Get the sausage egg and cheese fried rice, add their amazing hot sauce, prepare to be happy forever.

    55555 by Michelle A.


  • John C.The staff is very friendly and accommodating to families with young children, toddlers and infants. While food tends toward spicy side, waiters are helpful with suggestions for kids palates.

    55555 by John C.


  • John C.The Bloody Mary is excellent.

    55555 by John C.


  • Andrea RThe fried chicken is gluten free! BOOM!

    55555 by Andrea R


  • Christina AFantastic. Must haves include: pretzel pork dumplings, oyster pad Thai & whole branzino. Sat at the chefs table & was extremely impressed. Casual neighborhood vibe with extremely flavorful food.

    55555 by Christina A


  • Mark F.Ask for the Green Lightning. It's not on the drink menu. It's unusual and delicious.

    55555 by Mark F.


  • Anna M.Glass of prosecco is a ridiculous deal at $8. A pour so generous you might actually drown.

    55555 by Anna M.


  • Alexander HooglandThe Lobster Soup is fantastic.

    55555 by Alexander Hoogland


  • Oren H.Great food. Annoying service. Overall, super worth it,

    55555 by Oren H.


  • Spencer F.It's very good and the dishes are inventive, but I wouldn't recommend going too far out of your way to come here.

    55555 by Spencer F.


  • Paras S.You have to get the lobster tom kha soup.

    55555 by Paras S.


  • rae EPad thai, fried chicken, Hawaiian buns and chow fun are amazing! The sangria pitcher is bullshit regarding serving size. Brooklyn sling yum. Overall, one of the best meals I had in NY thus far!

    55555 by rae E


  • Jolie M.The shrimp toast is bangin' yum yum

    55555 by Jolie M.


  • Peter S.Breakfast Ramen is the bomb.

    55555 by Peter S.


  • Seine K.Everything is suuuuper sweet. Mapo tofu is all wrong. I was sad.

    33333 by Seine K.


  • Jason S.Oh my god. Just order everything. We did.

    55555 by Jason S.


  • Bullfrog & BaumDale makes a mean Breakfast Ramen!

    55555 by Bullfrog & Baum


  • Serious EatsA rotating list of seasonal toppings including spiced peanuts and Campari-soaked grapefruit rinds make their chocolate pudding a dessert worth leaving room for.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • Jenna O.Best dishes were the wings and pad thai, lychee martini, most intrigued by the halo halo dessert w bubble tea & cap'n crunch, skip the dumplings, fried rice. Tremendous service, will def be back.

    55555 by Jenna O.


  • Joanne Y.Yeah, the food...AND they serve Brooklyn Sorachi Ace (yum!!!)

    55555 by Joanne Y.


  • Scott P.Sorachi ace! Yeah baby! Now can we get it back on tap at pork slope????

    55555 by Scott P.


  • JessicaLaurenSFront of house management needs some work. Quoted 1.5 hr wait and sat after 2.5. Food was not worth the wait. The best thing on the menu were the pork buns. Very salty food in general. Friendly bar

    33333 by JessicaLaurenS


  • abbyjayeMy second tip: the whole branzino. SO delicious.

    55555 by abbyjaye


  • Nicole D.If you go for brunch, get the pork and pretzels dumplings and the sausage and cheese fried rice for sure! And if you're not too hungover and can handle the noise, sit in the back by the open kitchen.

    55555 by Nicole D.


  • Leo K.Bring your main squeeze here before 6pm and you're guaranteed a spot, even on a busy Friday.

    55555 by Leo K.


  • Angelica D.I love family style meals. Definitely try the oyster pad Thai and the sticky rice. Great place to dine with a date or friends. FYI this place is by a Top Chef contender Dale Talde :)

    55555 by Angelica D.


  • Juan R.Get the Lemongrass Chicken. Super yummy.

    55555 by Juan R.


  • AndrewMussels were spicy & great. Parilla leaf was pretty cool. 1-2 appetizers, 2 main dishes was good amount for 2. Sides were good by unnecessary. One of my favorite tap lists.

    55555 by Andrew


  • Shawn C.Amazing service. Give the staff a fist bump. Oh and try the buns.

    55555 by Shawn C.


  • michael n.The food isn't bad but Park Slope has better places where you can at least make a reservation. Waiting 90 minutes for average food is silly. We sat right away otherwise I'd be more annoyed.

    33333 by michael n.


  • Leigh F.butternut squash hot pot!

    55555 by Leigh F.


  • abbyjayeThe wonton soup is winter perfection, exactly what it should be. Pretzel/pork dumplings are overrated, but the Hawaiian buns are NOT. They're the Don't Miss menu items here. Ditto the pork shoulder!

    55555 by abbyjaye


  • Jay Y.Really good old fashioned here. And get pretzel dumplings.

    55555 by Jay Y.


  • Daniel LOrder a Pretzel Dumpling and thank Dale if you see him!

    55555 by Daniel L


  • Reve SBest dinner ever!!

    55555 by Reve S


  • Dre R.John! My man! GREAT food!!

    55555 by Dre R.


  • Francisco T.Food is great with a solid beer, wine and cocktail selection. Try the pad thai and fried chicken. Watermelon Margarita is awesome - the salted fresh watermelon slice is not garnish - eat it!

    55555 by Francisco T.


  • Brian B.Great service always. Know the standards? Ok. Now try: Soba noodles. Tom kha soup. Whole fish. Surprising perilla leaf bite. Short rib it worth for the cauliflower. Trust them. They'll do you right

    55555 by Brian B.


  • Bullfrog & BaumCan’t decide what to get? Easy—go with the Korean fried chicken if you’re a first-timer.

    55555 by Bullfrog & Baum


  • Scott P.This restaurant is very very good.

    55555 by Scott P.


  • Brian M.Sweet place, super friendly staff, great drink menu—BUT, the bartender doesn't jigger his drinks. Jigger please.

    55555 by Brian M.


  • Asher R.It ain't cheap, but everything is delicious. Plus, they have Hitochino Nest Red Rice Ale on tap. Stop in, and don't be put off by the wait for a table.

    55555 by Asher R.


  • Tasting TableOrder the black-pepper-butter Tai Pan Bakery toast and shattering, doubly fried Korean chicken to dunk in Talde's spicy sri-rancha sauce:

    55555 by Tasting Table


  • Tami H.brunch. yo.

    55555 by Tami H.


  • Farhan S.Eater NY recommends the Halo-Halo

    55555 by Farhan S.


  • EvanStart at the bar; let John Bush take care of you. Pretzel Dumplings, Kale Salad, Spare Ribs, Fried Chicken, Pad Thai, and any special. Halo-Halo. End the way you started: at the bar for a nightcap.

    55555 by Evan


  • Anthony G.Hitachino Red on tap, and White in bottles.

    55555 by Anthony G.


  • Robin W.All of the soups are fantastic, as is the market fish.

    55555 by Robin W.


  • Lizi wish i could hate on this place bc it seems super-corporate, but its really good. damn you Talde and your tasty fare!!!

    55555 by Liz


  • Sarah BThe fluke buns are to die for!

    55555 by Sarah B


  • brian b.Make friends with co-owner/bartender John Bush. He's the best guy.

    55555 by brian b.


  • John JIf you're getting the Pacquiao Punch, definitely go for the pitcher even if it's just for you!

    55555 by John J


  • KayDeeYou can't go wrong with either the crispy oyster and bacon pad Thai or Korean friend chicken. #HeavenOnEarth

    55555 by KayDee


  • Vicki W.Do not miss the beet/tofu/kale salad or the soft shell bahn mi sandwich

    55555 by Vicki W.


  • Matt R.Amazing food, so get there early. The Perilla Leaf and the Lobster Tom Kha Gai will change your world. Wash it down with a pitcher of punch for the table.

    55555 by Matt R.


  • Proper Idlenesspretzeled dumplings

    55555 by Proper Idleness


  • MarianneThe smoked ribs with watermelon are deeelish

    55555 by Marianne


  • Lizzy M.We were obsessed with everything we ate except for the veggies side. That was lame. Pretzel dumpling are fun but the real winner here is the wonton soup. The pork broth is out of this world.

    55555 by Lizzy M.


  • Frank M.@nymag best of ny - dumplings

    55555 by Frank M.


  • Danielle W.Two words: Perrilla Leaf. So much unique flavor in such a small bite - you won't be sorry!

    55555 by Danielle W.


  • Vince N.New York Mag, Best of New York 2012, Dumplings

    55555 by Vince N.


  • Kaydee B.Was not impressed with pretzel dumplings, short rib or fried rice. Shaved ice dessert with cap'n crunch tasted like Trix. Be warned: most cocktails are rum based. Fluke and noodles w lobster were good

    55555 by Kaydee B.


  • Sarah W.Get the market vegetable fried in the wok

    33333 by Sarah W.


  • MariesaSave some room for halo halo!

    55555 by Mariesa


  • Abigail F.Go for the Korean fried chicken

    55555 by Abigail F.


  • Eric R.Brooklyn sling, Ginny, fruity and smooth

    55555 by Eric R.


  • Gradie O.So yeah...this place is in BFE Brooklyn. But if you wear a Lin jersey, you drink for free. All night. #Linsanity.

    55555 by Gradie O.


  • Robin W.If you're interested in trying the Brooklyn Brewery Sorachi ale, get it here for $6/pint (vs $24 for 750 mL)

    55555 by Robin W.


  • John C.The lobster curry soup is fantastic.

    55555 by John C.


  • Kiah J.Everything is really delicious. Try the fried chicken, short ribs, ramen and the sticky rice. Fuckin Yum!

    55555 by Kiah J.


  • Zeina PJust dined w Padma Lakshmi at talde!

    55555 by Zeina P


  • Sage R.Hawaiian buns at the bar, iceberg wedge and main course. Plus whatever you want to drink. Best meal in park slope by a mile.

    55555 by Sage R.


  • Kenny k.If you don't like drinks that taste like alcohol get the Brooklyn sling!

    33333 by Kenny k.


  • Tully D.Very cool atmosphere. Decent pricing for proper park slope, friendly staff. Definitely making this a regular stop!

    55555 by Tully D.


  • Brian B.Great food. Beers are not expensive and if you want to live the High Life, they've got it on tap

    55555 by Brian B.


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