Fatty Cue

Fatty Cue

(Now Closed)
BBQ Joint, Asian Restaurant, and Cocktail Bar$$$$
West Village, New York
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  • Noah W.
    Noah WeissAugust 12, 2012
    A dark horse great brunch spot. Malysian inspired dishes with delicious 1/4" thick cut bacon a part of seemingly every meal. Surprisingly empty during the weekend, and they take reservations.
  • Mike W.
    Mike WinstonFebruary 15, 2014
    For a unique take on brunch food, head over to Fatty 'Cue on the weekend. Don't miss the Pork Ribs or Malay Michelada. Read all about my visit on WinstonWanders below! Read more
  • Stephanie P.
    Stephanie P.September 18, 2013
    The food here is bangin'!! Delicious Malaysian BBQ! I highly recommend their brisket (comes with bread which changes, it was once Texas Toast bit now it's delicious bao) and tater tot poutine!
  • New York Post
    New York PostMay 24, 2013
    As perfectly smoked as anything in the South. Try juicy brisket ($23) with steamed Chinese buns, or oddball items like lamb ribs with tofu yogurt ($14). + backyard pig roasts Sundays in the summer. Read more
  • The Wall Street Journal
    For a morning wake-up call, try the Trippa Malaysiana. Brunch features comfort foods like Ricotta Flapjack Stack with smoked maple syrup and bacon and Brisket Hash with burnt ends and a fried egg. Read more
  • Ms H.
    Ms HeleneMarch 25, 2013
    Duck larb, bacon clams, chocolate thunder and choc donuts in ginger cream - all a must! Beef short rib was not tender enough and smoked chicken and eggplant appetiser had tender chicken, sour eggplant
  • Jason G.
    Jason GoldmanSeptember 20, 2012
    The pork ribs are probably the best I've ever had. For serious. Also loved: the cheese chili and biscuits, the sweetbreads, the kale salad. The staff here is amazingly friendly, genuine and welcoming.
  • Mike W.
    Mike WinstonSeptember 19, 2013
    Date-night worthy, great cocktails and crazy good BBQ meats with Asian flair including jaw-dropping bacon buns. That bacon... it haunts my dreams. Read more
  • The New York Times
    The New York TimesDecember 2, 2011
    Recommended: Ham, jam, butter and bread; cured arctic char; nasi ulam; roasted carrots; deep-fried bacon; buttermilk fried half-rabbit; heritage pork ribs; bacon and clams; smoked lamb shoulder. Read more
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceJune 10, 2013
    Beer-soaked nights needn't always end poorly; pick up a fried oyster, bacon, and kimchi stuffed bao bun from midnight to 2 AM Thurs-Saturday to mop up those Millers and your head will thank you later.
  • Frédéric d.
    Frédéric della FailleSeptember 13, 2012
    Being for one month in New York this is the best food I had. Both products and quality are impressively high, try it. Tips? Ribs. Scallops. Brisket and tomato salad. (Hi Jack!)
  • Dev A.
    Dev AnandApril 30, 2012
    food is dope no doubt. just make sure you get the rum/coconut drink, eat all the coconut, then chase it down with a "one in the chamber". Hold that ice gun proud and pretend youre in "Die Another Day"
  • karen
    karenNovember 4, 2011
    Don't miss goat pappardelle or bacon w salsa verde. And save room for dessert: You'll have the best cheese course of your life (blue/ jackfruit parfait/ honey vin) + try the uber-seasonal 'Squash.'
  • Kaitlin
    KaitlinMay 19, 2013
    Get prosecco at brunch for $20/bottle. French toast with coconut creme fresh. Awesome decor and music. Bonus: skinny mirrors in the bathroom and modern toile for your 'rents.
  • James M.
    James MonaghanOctober 7, 2011
    Outstanding! Poached chicken, smoked brisket, desert "cheese plates" all top notch, and it's hard to go wrong on the inventive but well executed cocktails (the infused bourbon sazerac was a favourite)
  • Jenna O.
    Jenna OdettDecember 12, 2012
    Loved the apple salad, deep fried bacon, and buttermilk fried rabbit. Tasty cocktails. Pappardelle is spicier than expected. Donuts aren't worth it, should've gone for chocolate thunder.
  • Josephine Z.
    Josephine ZhuMay 31, 2013
    The Foreplay Cocktail is very tasty--with a strong grapefruit taste! 1/2 lb bacon was very good, and so was the brisket. But I didn't like the sour and raw-like taste of the Duck Laab.
  • Manoj S.
    Manoj SFebruary 26, 2012
    If you can, eat at the bar, especially if Matt is bartending. And don't bother with the drink menu - just give him a base liquor and let him work his magic. And tip well...in shots.
  • Virginie H.
    Virginie Henry-DiseFebruary 2, 2013
    Try the Rum & Coconut Water cocktail - a real double treat: served in a whole young coconut, you get to spoon the flesh out of the fruit once you've sipped your drink
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureJuly 30, 2012
    Zak Pelaccio is a pork-loving genius whose food takes elements of laid-back locavorism, the slow-smoke traditions of southern BBQ, and the goodness of Southeast Asia.
  • AskMen
    AskMenSeptember 15, 2011
    The menu errs on the side of funky and composed with dishes including smoked goat ragu with buttermilk pappardelle, broiled sardines and poached chicken with smoked eggplant. Read more
  • Stanley S.
    Stanley StuyvesantFebruary 8, 2012
    Heritage pork ribs and the 'Cue Coriander Bacon are always favorites, as are the famed late night sandwiches, which unfortunately, are still only available in Brooklyn.
  • Nicole C.
    Nicole CarmonFebruary 16, 2013
    The Malay michelada is sooooo good. As is the pickle back shot will f@&k you up. Deep fried bacon, I'm yes, please and thank you.
  • Kathryn Y.
    Kathryn YuOctober 17, 2011
    Try the ham, jam, butter, and bread. Order some seasonal vegetables. And the buttermilk fried rabbit. Top it off with some of their excellent cocktails.
  • Sean K.
    Sean KilleenFebruary 23, 2014
    The west coast fashioned is amazing. Best old fashioned I've had in a long time. Spritz of scotch and homemade syrup.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsJune 27, 2013
    Some serious barbecue meets southeast Asian flavors at this small plates and cocktail spot. The brisket is pricey but worthwhile.
  • Will I.
    Will IlarrazJanuary 20, 2013
    You have to try the 1/2 pound bacon dish. Portion isn't too big but worth rating after a few drinks. OMG it's good.
  • Tian X.
    Tian XieMarch 2, 2013
    OMFG the bacon. Get the bacon. You have not lived till you've had this bacon. Sure, the bacon might kill you, but everybody dies, not everybody lives.
  • Haley J.
    Haley JonesJanuary 6, 2013
    Brisket sandwich will blow your mind. Order a Lone Star beer and try to figure out the puzzle while you wait.
  • Eliza P.
    Eliza PingJune 23, 2012
    The specials can be surprisingly expensive, ask the price before ordering if you're on a budget. But the goat ragu is a must!
  • Boss H.
    Boss HoggApril 9, 2014
    Goat parpadelle and laab lettuce wraps were excellent. Good ribs. Brisket and nam prak salad were not good.
  • Travis S.
    Travis S.M.February 12, 2014
    Kevin is the best bartender ever. And Andrew is an awesome chef. Amazing food. Try the lamb.
  • Open Air P.
    Open Air PublishingApril 16, 2012
    The Fried Coriander Bacon with Salsa Verde is delicious! You can learn how to make chef Zakary Pelaccio's recipe in "The Better Bacon Book" created for iPads. http://bit.ly/foursq_bacon
  • Thrillist
    ThrillistSeptember 20, 2011
    A West Village 'cue joint standing out for all the right reasons. Taste the Malaysian honeycomb tripe, which is slow-cooked in smoked tomato curry. Read more
  • Open Air Publishing
    Open Air PublishingApril 24, 2012
    Try the fried coriander bacon with salsa verde. You can learn how to make chef Zakary Pelaccio's recipe in "The Better Bacon Book" created for iPads. http://oapub.co/9a4d0f5d
  • Paraag S.
    Paraag SarvaMay 16, 2012
    Ahead of the pack with curious/inventive BBQ. Apple salad, goat parpadelle, and 1/2 pound bacon slab are serious stand outs. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Isabel G.
    Isabel GarciaOctober 4, 2013
    Wilmer is a great bartender with great drink recommendations. The burger is delicious!
  • Jenn
    JennJanuary 8, 2014
    Get the Brisket sandwich and recession special (whiskey, pickleback shot, PBRtallboy)
  • Saneel R.
    Saneel RadiaFebruary 17, 2013
    The fried bacon is a must, The texas toast brisket is also amazing.
  • Matt H.
    Matt HantzApril 6, 2013
    The Fatty Manhattan is served with a ball of ice the size of a "cue" ball. Cute.
  • James K.
    James KiernanJune 6, 2013
    Pretty solid pulled pork sandwich, especially when you wash it down with a couple PBRs.
  • TahRaySa X.
    TahRaySa XApril 20, 2013
    liked the apple salad and brisket. pass on the rice salad side and the mussels.
  • Jan R.
    Jan RoessnerJanuary 26, 2014
    Amazing starters - don't miss out on the lamb chops
  • Athena C.
    Athena ChangMay 10, 2012
    Get the pork Ribs, tripe malaysiana and their chocolate dessert!
  • Miranda H.
    Miranda HammerSeptember 16, 2011
    chupacabra cocktail, cheese, chili and bread, kale salad, and duck larb all great!
  • miles l.
    miles lennonJune 9, 2013
    Pork ribs and the smoked chicken. Don't leave without 'em.
  • Alexis A.
    Alexis AndersonAugust 16, 2012
    the Buttermilk Pappardelle w/Smoked Goat Ragu will change your life.
  • Henrik O.
    Henrik OscarssonApril 11, 2013
    Another place on my todo list to visit. Highly recommended BBQ place, with an asian touch.
  • Chekmark Eats
    Chekmark EatsDecember 31, 2011
    Must get the broiled sardines, ham and jam and lamb dish
  • Brenna H.
    Brenna HamlinMay 13, 2014
    Happy hr is amazing, panchitos maybe the best combo! Come visit Kevin!
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