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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