Asian Restaurant, Filipino Restaurant, and Chinese Restaurant$$$$
South Slope, Brooklyn
253 Tips and reviews
  • dumplings
  • pad Thai
  • lively
  • oyster pad
  • chicken
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  • Kev S.
    Kev SkinnyAugust 13, 2014
    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
    Upvoted Feb 4
  • Eater
    EaterJanuary 7, 2014
    Dale 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]
  • Jenna O.
    Jenna OdettFebruary 24, 2013
    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.
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableSeptember 11, 2014
    The 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. Read more
  • Gothamist
    GothamistNovember 20, 2014
    This 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. Read more
  • Gothamist
    GothamistMarch 30, 2015
    Try 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. Read more
  • Allan B.
    Allan BenamerFebruary 28, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    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.
  • PureWow
    PureWowNovember 2, 2016
    Yes, 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. Read more
  • Andrea H.
    Andrea HongSeptember 27, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    Just really good. Inventive & yummy pan-Asian dishes, from Chef Dale of Top Chef fame. Wings, beef kare noodles, kale salad for dins. Breakfast ramen, sausage, egg & cheese fried rice for brunch. YUM.
  • Nicole D.
    Nicole D.January 5, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    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.
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousAugust 3, 2014
    A 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. Read more
  • Sabrina R.
    Sabrina RyanJune 14, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    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.
  • rae s.
    rae stewartApril 18, 2013
    Pad 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!
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMarch 6, 2013
    Dale Talde's wacky pan-Asian restaurant nails pretty much every dish on the menu, from "Kung Pao chicken wings" to more sophisticated dishes, like a banana leaf-wrapped whole branzino.
  • jake f.
    jake furstFebruary 8, 2012
    the pretzel & pork dumplings, oyster & bacon pad thai and fried chicken w/grapes were the standouts. great vibe, great bar selection and most seats come with a view of Dale slaying it behind the line.
  • Andy F.
    Andy FrancoMay 13, 2015
    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!!!
  • E P.
    E PAugust 3, 2014
    The Korean fried chicken and waffle is a standout. It's not so Korean but every bite of chicken, waffle and syrup hits every taste bud in perfect unison.
  • Squash C.
    Squash C.April 2, 2013
    Start with perilla leaves! Wontons in soup were delicious. Entrees were mostly salty. Would've been nice to have plain rice option. Though the shrimp fried rice great. End with his awesome 5G cookie!
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoAugust 11, 2014
    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.
  • Christina S.
    Christina SweeneyJuly 15, 2013
    Fantastic. 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.
  • Brian B.
    Brian BallanSeptember 2, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    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
  • Francisco T.
    Francisco TezenSeptember 9, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    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!
  • Red & Brown
    Red & BrownMay 12, 2015
    So 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.
  • Angelica D.
    Angelica DelgadoDecember 27, 2012
    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 :)
  • PureWow
    PureWowAugust 4, 2016
    OK, it isn’t the fried chicken you’d order down South, but these Kung Pao fried chicken wings by Top Chef alum Dale Talde really pack a punch. (Just make sure to order a giant glass of water.) Read more
  • ºDamian W.
    ºDamian White ºAugust 9, 2014
    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!)
  • Mimi
    MimiFebruary 13, 2012
    Faves: Saigon crepes, shrimp toast, sausage buns, dumplings, lobster tom kha gai, whole market fish, pork shoulder, black pepper butter toast, cap'n crunch halo halo. Can't really go wrong here!
  • Lizzy M.
    Lizzy MangoldMarch 26, 2012
    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.
  • Jess M.
    Jess MireauOctober 4, 2015
    Don'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.
  • Zarina N.
    Zarina NMarch 26, 2013
    The menu might first seem heavy on meat but talk to the waiter and he'll get you a bunch of veggie options. Hawaiian bread buns and guacamole are the best, pad thai could use less sauce but still good
  • John C.
    John CarneyAugust 3, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    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.
  • Nick
    NickFebruary 15, 2016
    The food here is inspired and inspiring. Get the yuzu guacamole, check out Chef Talde's cookbook, and enjoy the hip hop music
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableJune 20, 2012
    Order the black-pepper-butter Tai Pan Bakery toast and shattering, doubly fried Korean chicken to dunk in Talde's spicy sri-rancha sauce: Read more
  • Korayca
    KoraycaNovember 17, 2016
    The short menu is full of surprising tastes and texture. The place will for sure get a michelin star soon. Don't miss conversing with ultra intellectual waiters on Marx, Foucault, Kant and Food...
  • William N.
    William NelliganMarch 15, 2015
    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.
  • AGM
    AGMDecember 23, 2012
    Mussels 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.
  • Melanie N.
    Melanie N.October 11, 2012
    Halo halo tastes like a fruity bowl of captain crunch, and there's no real authentic Filipino flavor. I do recommend the pad Thai and fried chicken! Shrimp toast looked amazing too.
  • Charles B.
    Charles BFebruary 8, 2012
    Dale keeps it real. Pad Thai is off the chains and the mustard that comes with the dumplings belongs in a bottle on every table everywhere. Great beer selection to boot. Winner.
  • Isaac V.
    Isaac VanDuynNovember 23, 2014
    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!
  • Fodor's Travel
    Fodor's TravelSeptember 9, 2015
    If 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. Read more
  • Sarah J.
    Sarah Judd WelchSeptember 5, 2012
    SO GOOD. Spicy mango salad, coconut lobster soup, Singapore chili lobster, short rib w/ watermelon. P.s - our dessert came with Captain Crunch sprinkled on top! FTW
  • kristen c.
    kristen crusiusJune 25, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Fantastic brunch offerings include sausage egg and cheese fried rice, corn cakes and tots. As beautiful as the lobster bao looks, it's bland and the sauce is plasticky.
  • ginny h.
    ginny hMay 3, 2015
    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.
  • Evan
    EvanJune 11, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Start 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.
  • amNewYork
    amNewYorkSeptember 27, 2011
    Top Chef” and Buddakan alum Dale Talde opens his own Asian-American with a “chef’s table”-style counter with views into the kitchen. Try: his signature crispy-oyster bacon pad Thai.
  • Asher R.
    Asher RapkinJune 25, 2012
    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.
  • Omar Q.
    Omar QariJune 18, 2012
    Gotta go here for brunch - owner and chef, Dale Talde, used to work at Morimoto NYC, then was head chef at Buddakan NYC, went on Top Chef, then opened this restaurant in BK
  • Krissy S.
    Krissy SpasevskiMarch 9, 2016
    The chicken wings were amazing. So much flavor!! And the Kare Kare noodle dish - I've never tasted anything like it!!
  • Matt R.
    Matt RaoulApril 2, 2012
    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.
  • robin
    robinDecember 23, 2013
    Order everything on the menu. Though, the pretzel dumplings are pretty amazing. And the lobster bao. And grits. And the vietnamese iced coffee...
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