Talde

Row 1

Details
369 7th Ave (at 11th St)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(347) 916-0031
Asian, Chinese, Filipino
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 5:00 PM–Midnight Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–Midnight

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  • Oh my god. Just order everything. We did.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Save some room for halo halo!
  • Warm up with the Frank's-sauced Pad Thai that'll pad your midsection with its crispy oysters and bacon. Then cool off with a shaved ice sundae topped with Cap'n Crunch.
  • If I was on death row my final meal would be ANYTHING from Talde.
  • 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!
  • 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
  • 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]
  • Dude. Food porn. Amazing service, worth the wait. Get the fried chicken and rice guacamole. Unbelievably delicious.
  • Glass of prosecco is a ridiculous deal at $8. A pour so generous you might actually drown.
  • Pretzel Dumplings featured in NY Mag's 2012 "Best Of" issue.
  • Top Chef and Buddakan alum Dale Talde opens his own Asian-American with a chefs table-style counter with views into the kitchen. Try: his signature crispy-oyster bacon pad Thai.
  • 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.
  • brunch: pretzel dumps, fried avocado baos, buttered toast breakfast ramen (yes), Chinese 5 spice coffee, happy
  • Get the kung pao chicken wings whenever its a special.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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