Umi Nom

Asian Restaurant and Tapas Restaurant · Bedford-Stuyvesant
433 Dekalb Ave (at Classon), Brooklyn, NY 11205, United States
Open until 11:00 PM (Show more)
  • Mon–Fri
    • 12:30 PM–11:00 PM
  • Sat
    • Noon–11:00 PM
$ $ $ $
Dinner, Happy Hour
Wine, Cocktails, BYO
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Based on 62 votes

People have mixed feelings about this place

  • What you need to know
    Ami P.
    "BYOB with chix wings"(6 Tips)
    Milo S.
    "Chinese sausage and pork belly."(3 Tips)
    Sam J.
    "... chicken pad see ew, prawns, mushrooms, pork adobo and the..."(3 Tips)
    Food Network
    "Chef King Phojanakong."(2 Tips)
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  • BYOB
  • Chinese sausages
  • king phojanakong
  • bahay kubo
  • pork belly
  • pad see ew
  • clams
  • ribs
  • good for dates
  • cozy
  • green papaya salad
  • Filipino food
  • wine
  • scenic views
  • vegetarian food
  • shrimp
  • fried rice
  • casual
  • adobo
  • Asian food
  • Jessica K.

    Food is GREAT, service is simply terrible.

    Jessica Kim · February 25, 2015
  • Kimmie O.

    Grilled mackerel!

    Kimmie Ohh · December 25, 2014
  • Kimmie O.

    Ma-Bahn's beef Tapa has a nice zing

    Kimmie Ohh · December 25, 2014
  • Kimmie O.

    Grilled skirt steak & bbq beef ribs are good small plates

    Kimmie Ohh · December 25, 2014
  • Kimmie O.

    Umi nom crispy wings are great. Good as pulutan

    Kimmie Ohh · December 25, 2014
  • Raja H.

    Umi Nom is BYOB

    Raja H · September 10, 2014
  • Ami P.

    BYOB with chix wings, pork belly adobo, garlic greens and sweet Chinese sausage. One of the best, most delicious and affordable ticket in town! And small & quiet enough to hear your date or friends!

    Ami Pak · July 24, 2014
  • Polina L.

    Best hidden secret in the neighborhood!

    Polina Lubinskaya · June 21, 2014
  • Mia G.

    Hostess is rude as fuck, but the food is so good!

    Mia Gant · October 19, 2013
  • Devart B.

    Nice, cozy modern atmosphere. Filipino and Thai food served, would be better with more Filipino food choices. Was looking forward to some pancit bihon and lumpia. Besides that, service was great.

    Devart Blake · May 18, 2013
  • Akshay P.

    If you're bringing wine (BYOB!), hand it off to the server immediately. Be prepared to ask 3x for everything & definitely don't come here if you're in a hurry. Other than that, the food's pretty good.

    Akshay Patil · April 21, 2013
  • Anna M.

    Servers are nice but mind numbingly slow. If you BYOB, bring beer (which you can open yourself and drink from the bottle) rather than wine. Pay in cash so you don't have to wait for c. card receipt!

    Anna M · April 21, 2013
  • Food Network

    If you're feeling adventurous, take a crack at the boiled fertilized duck eggs (called balut) from Chef King Phojanakong. - Justin Warner, Food Network Star Read more

    Food Network · April 3, 2013
  • Jamila L.

    Asshole staff! Long grain rice is on the menu but they say that you can't get the stir fry dishes with it. Suure

    Jamila Loubriel · February 16, 2013
  • Steven L.

    This place is awful. The guy lied to us about how long our food would take to pick up and when we got there he kept telling us to sit down and our food would be ready in 5 minutes...45 minutes later

    Steven Lambiase · December 22, 2012
  • Jisun K.

    Over all good but too sweet

    Jisun Kim · December 9, 2012
  • Emily K.

    Tastebuds rejoice! Yum nom!

    Emily K · October 31, 2012
  • James G.

    Stay for dessert and treat yourself to some "Warm Thai Chili Chocolate Cake".

    James G. · September 5, 2012
  • mel h.

    order a bunch of plates. share with your date. BYOB. yum.

    mel h · May 8, 2012
  • Village Voice

    Village Voice is excited to have Umi Nom at the 2012 Choice Eats food fest! Full list of restaurants here:

    Village Voice · February 22, 2012
  • 7th.List

    Umi Nom features $10 noodle dishes like Pancit Cantonegg noodles with sausage, chicken, soy, and fish sauces — plus a fried-rice lineup. Read more

    7th.List · January 14, 2012
  • amNewYork

    When King Phojanakong opened his Filipino Pan-Asian restaurant on this remote block last year, foodies didn’t blink once before heading here. It’s that good. Dishes ($8-$12) are meant to be shared.

    amNewYork · October 12, 2011
  • Bambi W.

    I love my neighborhood filipino place - halo-halo is a great & nutritious treat. pancit is 1 of my fave filipino dishes of all time. I appreciate how the waiter made it a vegetarian style for me.

    Bambi Weavil · July 17, 2011
  • Lina Z.

    The food is really salty and it's 0% authentic overall, very Americanized (food music and staff) MEDIOCRE! Not coming back, ever

    Lina Zoo · July 3, 2011
  • Micheline Z.

    Lunch. Best pork sammie ever.

    Micheline Zamora · June 7, 2011
  • Peter D.

    Pricy but decent quality food.

    Peter Do · May 27, 2011
  • Colene C.

    It's all about the Manila clams

    Colene C · May 12, 2011
  • Sam J.

    So much good food here. My recommendations: chicken pad see ew, prawns, mushrooms, pork adobo and the garlic rice. Everything I've had here has been amazing!

    Sam J. · March 19, 2011
  • Liz L.

    Watch out for that Mackerl, it tastes like low tide, salty and fishy

    Liz Liguori · February 21, 2011
  • Lynn T.

    Good for groups - family style meal. Order the pancit canton, garlic fried rice, Asian greens, Wok prawns and other Filipino favorites. As of February 2011, the resto is BYOB, so bring your own wine.

    Lynn T · February 19, 2011
  • Karl H.

    Their crispy wings are furiously spicy and delicious, redefining the word "hot wing."

    Karl Haley · August 16, 2010
  • Ari R.

    They tell you its tapas style and give you attitude if you only order one item per person, but some are bigger than others and I didn't finish my pad see yu.

    Ari Rosenbaum · August 10, 2010
  • The New York Times

    Recommended: Sautéed sweet sausage, grilled mackerel, bahay kubo fried rice, chicken pad see ew. The best dishes stick close to Southeast Asia, like the pork-belly adobo and the green papaya salad. Read more

    The New York Times · May 6, 2010
  • Aaron C.

    Everything here is delicious, but get the Manila roasted clams.

    Aaron Carambula · May 1, 2010
  • Milo S.

    All you carnivores out there should try the Chinese sausage and pork belly.

    Milo Sybrant · March 28, 2010
  • Ellie L.

    Flavorful asian food with a great view of the projects

    Ellie Lee · March 26, 2010

    the adobo pork is kinda ridiculous!

    ALLISON SIEGEL · March 25, 2010
  • Becky A.

    order the dai bao sliders and bahay kubo! Read more

    Becky Aoanan · March 16, 2010
  • Michael F.

    The prawns are rad.

    Michael Fives · March 11, 2010
  • heather m.

    The lunch menu looks delicious!!!

    heather macLeish · February 12, 2010
  • Mollie G.

    It's BYO for now!

    Mollie Goldstein · February 6, 2010
  • Dara H.

    More good food in Bed-Stuy. Well... I don't know if it's good.

    Dara Hashemi · January 5, 2010
  • Daniel K.

    As I read in Time Out New York, the Manila clams were seriously awesome. The ribs and chicken drumsticks, also excellent.

    Daniel Krieger · December 16, 2009
  • Ed K.

    Go to Umi Nom. Excellent Thai and Filipino food. Sticky rice and chinese sausages are delish. Read more

    Ed Kim · October 19, 2009
  • Dan B.

    no bar yet, grab some good food then throw some drinks back at Sputnik.

    Dan Brennan · August 2, 2009

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