Kelley & Ping

Row 1

127 Greene St (at W Houston St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 228-1212
Asian, Chinese, Thai
$ $
Mon–Sun: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM

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  • Pad See Yew is some of best I've had. Little pricey. But good. And try to find this weird gem...
  • Hidden soho gem that's tasty, cheap, and spacious enough for big groups. Get the malaysian chicken curry noodle soup extra spicy for a big ol' bowl of brothy goodness.
  • Great pad see yew here. They accept credit cards at dinner but not for lunch.
  • Try their Spring Rolls and Yasai Bento.
  • learn from my mistake: the sodas are $5 (!!). #TheMoreYouKnow
  • The Bangkok curried noodle soup is amazing!!!!
  • Best pad see ew. They're not on seamless but they deliver if you call them directly (only after 5:30pm)! Sangria is good too.
  • great place for noodles of all types, more of a winter spot than a summer one as the soups are what they do best.
  • Fake Chinese food. I'm Chinese.
  • Small bottles of Perrier are $4. Don't make that mistake.
  • everyone comes here for lunch and they are all correct about everything. dinner is a bigger menu and table service and is rad low key intimate vibes
  • The Jap Chae is a solid lunch option. Sesame Korean beef. Yam noodles. Veggies.
  • Get the Malaysian curried noodles
  • go for lunch, bigger portions for less money.
  • Why they insist on pushing every table in as far as it'll go so you have to pull out the heavy table to sit down, I will never know. Great place, though.
  • Fresh vegetables and noodles and dumplings in a casual Asian warehouse setting, a longtime favorite
  • Lunchtime is CASH ONLY, but has some good deals. Dinner is where this place shines. The entire space feels different. The Pad See Ew I had was amazing. Great for a last minute dinner date.
  • Truly a Soho gem. Great menu, delicious food. Friendly staff, great place for groups, not very loud at dinner time. Dinner recommendations: the Bulgogi or Gung Gratiem. Drink: blackberry julep!
  • Been going here for as long as I have been in NY. Crispy Duck Sallad and Pad See Yew is always a sure bet. Asian street/comfort food. Love this SoHo staple! Wishing for a West Chelsea location.