Asian Restaurant, Filipino Restaurant, and Chinese Restaurant · South Slope
369 7th Ave (at 11th St), Brooklyn, NY 11215, United States
Closed until 10:00 AM (Show more)
  • Mon–Fri
    • 5:00 PM–Midnight
  • Sat–Sun
    • 10:00 AM–Midnight
$ $ $ $
Brunch, Dinner
Beer, Wine, Full Bar, Cocktails
Credit Cards:
Yes (incl. Visa & MasterCard)
Outdoor Seating:

Asian-inspired gastropub.


Based on 757 votes

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  • On Sister 'hoods: Lakeview and Park Slope
  • What you need to know
    Daniel L
    "Order a Pretzel Dumpling and thank Dale if you see him!"(20 Tips)
    Kristine C.
    "I love everything, especially the breakfast ramen."(11 Tips)
    Lindon C.
    "bacon pad Thai and the breakfast ramen!"(10 Tips)
    Angelica D.
    "Definitely try the oyster pad Thai and the sticky rice."(8 Tips)
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  • dumplings
  • pad Thai
  • oyster pad
  • dale talde
  • chicken
  • lively
  • branzino
  • good for dates
  • trendy
  • famous chefs
  • lobster
  • shellfish
  • brunch food
  • spicy food
  • cocktails
  • waffles
  • kale salad
  • draft beer
  • shrimp toast
  • tater tots
  • AytacOzge

    Nice decoration and spectacular tastes!

    AytacOzge · October 21
  • Jess M.

    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.

    Jess Mireau · October 4
  • Nicole C.

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

    Nicole Cloutier · October 1
  • Lindon C.

    bacon pad Thai and the breakfast ramen!

    Lindon Chen · September 30
  • Andrea H.

    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.

    Andrea Hong · September 27
  • Andrew L.

    Came for brunch. Tatters tots were exceptional. Everything else was very mediocre... Would possibly come try dinner service

    Andrew Lim · September 26
  • Fodor's Travel

    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

    Fodor's Travel · September 9
  • Meg F.

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

    Meg Farmer · September 1
  • Yelena

    BBQ negroni and the bacon and oyster pad thai 🙌🏼

    Yelena · August 28
  • CRUZiiiE

    Best burger! Incredible every time.

    CRUZiiiE · August 27
  • Alana

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

    Alana · August 27
  • Alexander C.

    Great place. All dishes are wonderful and great that it's family style so you can try many dishes in a large group.

    Alexander Casanova · August 23
  • Heather R.

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

    Heather Rodriguez · August 16
  • 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.

    Margot Mazur · August 9
  • Camden J.


    Camden Janney · August 6
  • Ashley B.

    Pretzel dumplings. Omfg

    Ashley B · August 4
  • Tracy S.

    The sea bass was amazing!

    Tracy Sweet · July 31
  • Abe S.

    Korean fried chicken

    Abe Sebastian · June 26
  • Mat B.

    Starfruit sangria is severely delicious.

    Mat Brown · June 22
  • Amy M.

    Korean wings are amazing!

    Amy Mixa · June 21
  • Jonathan S.

    Everything. Breakfast ramen is so good

    Jonathan Shao · June 16
  • 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.

    Sabrina Ryan · June 14
  • Drewski

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

    Drewski · June 7
  • Harry D.

    pretzel prk & chive dumplings

    Harry Davis · May 19
  • Carlos (Lil Rascal) S.

    The chicken wings a good and so is the crab fried rice :-)

  • 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!!!

    Andy Franco · May 13
  • Red & Brown

    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.

    Red & Brown · May 12
  • 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.

    ginny h · May 3
  • ginny h.

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

    ginny h · May 3
  • Vivek B.

    Vietnamese crepes are definitely a hidden gem

    Vivek Bhagwat · April 25
  • Nick B.

    The wines glasses here are awesome.

    Nick Burto · April 19
  • Gothamist

    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

    Gothamist · March 30
  • Viv S.

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

    Viv So · March 15
  • 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.

    William Nelligan · March 15
  • 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.

    Allan Benamer · February 28
  • Anne

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

    Anne · February 28
  • Mike S.

    Best restaurant in the neighborhood. Get the chicken and King crab fried rice

    Mike Silber · February 27
  • 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

    Andrea Barrezueta · February 22
  • Erin

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

    Erin · February 2
  • Monica Z.

    Breakfast Ramen, tots, Korean wings and waffles

    Monica Zarate · January 17
  • 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!

    Brigette K. · January 14
  • Marci D.

    Amazing appetizers, mediocre entrees

    Marci Darci · January 13
  • lyda o.

    Delicious branzino, padtahi, wings and yuzu guacamole, super recommended place!!!

    lyda orjuela · December 30, 2014
  • Alexander H.

    Buttered toast ramen. Weird but good. But nothing beats the lobster tom kha!

    Alexander Hoogland · December 29, 2014
  • Diana P.

    Again, must have pretzel dumplings. But everything is delicious and service is professional.

    Diana Pearl · December 10, 2014
  • Erica V.

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

    Erica Virtue · December 7, 2014
  • Jesse B.

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

    Jesse Bounds · December 6, 2014
  • 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!

    Isaac VanDuyn · November 23, 2014
  • Gothamist

    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 · November 20, 2014
  • Paul K.

    Seafood, pretzel dumplings, market greens

    Paul Kernfeld · November 12, 2014

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