(Now Closed)
Asian Restaurant$$$$
East Village, New York
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  • Charles Chris C.
    Charles Chris ChiangMarch 28, 2013
    Pork belly!!!
  • Food Network
    Food NetworkMarch 15, 2013
    Don’t miss the Rendang Burger, a dense, spicy beef patty topped with a melting layer of Cabot clothbound cheddar and served alongside gingery fries. Via Read more
  • Alex M.
    Alex MarcanoMarch 14, 2013
    The food was delicious ! I really enjoyed ! Crispy lamb tongue , braised pork belly and the shrimp and grits I would recommend them all ! Place seems very dark though!
  • Thida S.
    Thida SoeMarch 8, 2013
    Crab dip - there's hardly any crab, it's mostly gelatin. That being said, awesome Singapore Slings, pork belly with wild rice was really yummy but fatty. The devil chicken is the way to go here!!!
  • 立賢 郭.
    立賢 郭立賢January 7, 2013
    Ask who is Sally B. she is friendly, gentle and good server. My water cup never empty during the meal.
  • 立賢 郭.
    立賢 郭立賢January 7, 2013
    Totally savor, oxtail and tender over thick noodle and rich beef broth. Must try.
  • 立賢 郭.
    立賢 郭立賢January 7, 2013
    If you wanna try sth special, try the Assam. The pork belly are crispy outside and tender inside. It's a perfect match to the fried black rice and the source.
  • 立賢 郭.
    立賢 郭立賢January 6, 2013
    Spicy Seafood is ways an attention demanding dish. It's delicious, baby octopus.
  • 立賢 郭.
    立賢 郭立賢January 6, 2013
    Nice to try if you like eating animal organs. Chicken hearts.
  • 立賢 郭.
    立賢 郭立賢January 6, 2013
    Chicken Heart, very tender, nice.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceNovember 26, 2012
    Try the delicious fiery-red crab dip, furnished with fried breads or pork chop smothered in black sauce. This place really knows spices. Winner of Best of NYC Critics' choice for best Singaporean!
  • Alexis T.
    Alexis TiradoNovember 11, 2012
    Best hot chocolate in the East Village. Ask for it Godzilla-style!
  • #Sami H.
    #Sami HeadsinkNovember 8, 2012
    @headsink Sang Merdeka of Malaysia, #FFF Fight for freedom, Kuala Lumpur screams Corr Pi!
  • Nick G.
    Nick GigliaOctober 23, 2012
    Rendang Burger
  • Jay
    JayOctober 19, 2012
    Try the Singaporean-inspired food.
  • Richard O.
    Richard OSeptember 30, 2012
    Terrific. The oxtail noodle soup was awesome. The burger was a little spicy, but delicious.
  • Armando
    ArmandoSeptember 26, 2012
    East Village: ENjoy this Singapore-inspired restaurant for their make your own cocktails brunch! Easy prices, and hard cocktails
  • Grace C.
    Grace CheungSeptember 20, 2012
    B for effort and sweet decor, but really good Singaporean food in NYC is still to be found. Lacks boldness. The fish curry was respectable though.
  • Ashley T.
    Ashley TerrellSeptember 19, 2012
    If you want to try out Masak with some cool new friends, they've partnered with to host a social dinner on the first Thursday of every month.
  • Emilie D.
    Emilie DishonghSeptember 4, 2012
    A great little spot for drinks - delicious, friendly and never overcrowded.
  • Michael K.
    Order the rendang burger. Delicious.
  • Niels G.
    Niels GuillerAugust 15, 2012
    You would be foolish to not get the burger here. It's rare to not have a single complaint with a meal, particularly at this price point.
  • K@rTh!kk R.
    K@rTh!kk ReDd!July 27, 2012
    Try their most exotic burger: The Rendang Burger....
  • Sajid M.
    Sajid MehmoodMay 20, 2012
    Brunch here is great, and there's not much of a wait! Go for the kaya toast, waffles with banans and cashew butter, or the savory Dutch baby pancakes (with eggs, fingerling potato hash, and spinach).
  • John W.
    John WMay 5, 2012
    Updated Singaporean (fusion by nature) hits the mark when simple. Kueh Pie Tee are flavorful bites. The burger falls short of its rendang aspirations; kale belacan is a nice swap from watercress.
  • Andy K.
    Andy KohApril 25, 2012
    Great cocktails. Skate grilled with chilli sauce and pork chop in soy and chilis - ATF. They cook the skate on banana leaves!
  • lisa l.
    lisa limApril 16, 2012
    The skate and kale side dish were the best items
  • The Wall Street Journal
    Kaya toast is grilled brioche with thick coconut custard. Fragrant Singaporean chili crab is interpreted as a crab cake mixed with tomato-y chili crab sauce and served with shredded apple salad. Read more
  • Adam B.
    Adam BauerMarch 22, 2012
    The food here is awful. The only tip I can give is to go somewhere else. I wanted this place to be good but sadly it wasn't.
  • Proper Idleness
    Proper IdlenessMarch 10, 2012
    Indonesian and Malay fusion. $15
  • Proper Idleness
    Proper IdlenessMarch 10, 2012
    Indonesian and Malay fusion
  • Boberto P.
    Boberto PatricioFebruary 9, 2012
    Shrimp & grits + curry... Amazing
  • Michelle C.
    Michelle C.December 13, 2011
    E.Village Singapore Food-TT recos: Tomato & Watermelon Salad, tomato-chile crab dip, fish cake (otak otak)
  • Erica M.
    Erica Molé KaneNovember 10, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Definitely the crab dip! Each dessert is better than the next - hard to choose.
  • MoRiza
    MoRizaNovember 8, 2011
    Try the Beef Rendang - Nothing like what I can get back at home.
  • MoRiza
    MoRizaNovember 7, 2011
    Try the Crispy Pork Croquettes - With peanut sauce dipping...
  • Meg S.
    Meg ShakarOctober 23, 2011
    +1 to the crab dip and cornbread...and that dumpling dessert is to die for
  • tsamonella L.
    tsamonella LSeptember 25, 2011
    Def must try kueh pie ti. Crab dip with fried bread/man-tou is excellent too.
  • pinsuda s.
    pinsuda sagooleimSeptember 19, 2011
    Sit at the "chef's table" - which is really just the bar by the kitchen. Careful of how spicy things can be! They really bring the heat. Read more
  • Muh H.
    Muh HusnanFebruary 1, 2012
    Rendangnya mantab bo'
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