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Details
224 E 10th St (btwn 1st & 2nd Ave)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 677-0695
New American, Bar
$ $
Hours
Tue, Sun: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM Wed–Sat: 5:30 PM–11:30 PM
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  • The restaurant presents each bill in an envelope that guests can tag. Top designs can end up featured on the wall. Via CityEats.com
  • Inventive takes on wine bar small plates influenced by Indian and Asian cuisines.
  • Zucchini hummus pizza and pork buns are a must. The skate is also a nice dish.
  • This amazing little restaurant is amazing! Try the pork buns, the scallops & the chickpea crusted skate.
  • chef mehta was runner up for next iron chef. get dessert he used to be pastry chef at jean georges
  • AWESOME: 1. Pork buns w/ apricot chutney (relevant excited emoji) 2. Hazelnut chocolate caviar cupcake. Bonkers....PRETTY GREAT: Zucchini Hummus pizza...EH: 1. Pork dumplings 2. Chili shrimp
  • Our concierge Meghan at The Thompson LES says that the pork buns with apricot chutney are especially delicious here.
  • Chef works magic w texture; try the dumplings w crunchy grapefruit confit. Truffled strawberries also one of my fav desserts in the city.
  • The food is amazing! The space is tiny, but that's part of the charm. Try the hummus/zucchini pizza and the scallops. Yum!!
  • green mango paneer is kick ass - scallops are also quite good
  • perfect fusion restaurant. you must get the lychee martini!
  • Ah.mah.zing. Be sure to visit the restroom in this cozy space, you'll get a front-and-center view of the food being prepared.
  • Fantastic fusion menu mixing Mediterranean with Indian with Middle Eastern. It's teeny tiny so not good for big groups. When you see the size of their kitchen, you'll be even more floored!!!
  • The size of my hallway, but so darn good. They are also able to make any of their dishes vegetarian friendly. Make a ressy as space is incredibly limited.
  • Prefect blend of thyme and tumeric. Super tiny (consider making reservations unless just passing by!) but delicious.
  • Communal tables are your ONLY option. But the food is unique -- mung beans? chickpea flour crisps? -- and well worth it. Scallops and portobello duck confit are particularly good.
  • Loved both the duck and mango paneer! Hell, everything is good. Very small place but great decor.
  • good food! Its really small restaurant.
  • The scallops and strawberry dessert are both a can not miss. Trust me, you won't regret either.
  • The mini burgers here are amazing