Kuma Inn

Asian, Filipino
$ $
113 Ludlow St (at Delancey St)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 353-8866
Monday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Friday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Saturday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Sunday
6:00pm - 11:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Feels more cool than the food is good (hidden staircase, no sign). Pass on the paella, but shoot for the chinese sausages. ps: BYOB.
  • Easy to miss - go through the red doors and up the stairs! Mushrooms/bamboo was delicious, but the reason to come here is the "hidden" vibe + BYOB!!
  • Bring a bottle of wine (small cork fee) and get tons of small dishes including the Chinese sausages.
  • Village Voice is excited to have Kuma Inn at the 2012 Choice Eats food fest! Full list of restaurants here: http://ow.ly/8QjDQ
  • Impress your date at this intimate dinner spot, which offers shareable Asian tapas created by chef King Phojanakong. The small plates are also affordable, with most in the $7$12 range.
  • Run by King Phojanakong, Kuma Inn offers an Asian tapas-style experience, with several smaller dishes. They have several signature dishes on the menu, from a yellowfin tuna tartare to grilled salmon.
  • BYOB! That's all you need to know...
  • Don't sleep on the rice crepes and the chicken wings adobo. Get some sticky rice to ball up and dunk in the wing sauce. Eat with your hands!
  • In swahili... They'd serve something very different!!
  • Chinese sausage is great. And comes with a HOT sauce to match.
  • Go to Kuma Inn and get the Chinese Sausage and Garlic Rice. Amazing stuff.
  • Go to Kuma Inn. Order the Chinese sausage with lime, and the garlic rice. Match made in heaven.
  • Kuma Inn (& 50+ other eateries) will be sampling their fare at our 2013 Choice Eats tasting event on 3/19 - can't wait! http://ow.ly/h6OAc
  • Chicken adobo is really good.
  • Oh my goodness Chinese sausage with chili lime sauce is heavenly dish. Amazing flavors in everything. BYOB but they have beer and wine too. Yum yum yum.
  • The best : chinese sausages and the mushrooms with bamboo shoots
  • White washed filipino food. If you want something authentic filipino, this is not it.
  • Absolute nom. Inspired by Filipino & Thai influences, Chef King Phojanakong creates tastiness like scallops w bacon & kalamansi & lechon kawali. Go thru the unmarked door & upstairs to find this gem.
  • Chinese sausage and garlic sticky rice!!!! Yuuuummm
  • Meh. It's okay. Just overpriced for mediocrity

Nearby places

102 Norfolk St (btwn Delancey & Rivington St)
113 Ludlow St (btwn Rivington & Delancey St.)
188 Ludlow St (at E Houston St)