Má Pêche

Row 1

Details
15 W 56th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 757-5878
New American
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Wed, Sun: 7:00 AM–2:30 PM Thu–Sat: 7:00 AM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • David Chang brings Midtown Manhattan a menu of French-Vietnamese cuisine served in an austere, eco-friendly room with communal tables and Miguel Calderon's painting "Bad Route."
  • The Village Voice voted this Best Tripe in our Best Of New York Poll!
  • Bet you're feeling Momomiddleaged now. Still, some spring rolls and a steak frites will settle you down. Beef 7 Ways? Do you dare?
  • Get the pork ribs. Just. Do. It.
  • Try the lemongrass caramel ribs here, which Adam Platt calls the finest ribs (sticky, charred, infused with lemongrass and caramel) ever to be served in the vicinity of 56th Street and Fifth Avenue."
  • on the limited menu they're running on the second floor, they just started doing pork ribs with lemongrass caramel. unreal.
  • Try the Beef 7 Ways
  • Candy Bar Pie
  • Nice to know there's a Midtown source for crack pie & cereal milk: Milk Bar next to the Ma Peche door.
  • Power lunching in Midtown? Try this French Vietnamese bistro, where popular menu items include Bun du Riz, a rice noodle dish made with sawleaf herb and spicy pork ($18).
  • Awesome short ribs. Cauliflower side is strange but delicious.
  • The pork buns and beef entre are delish. However the portions are small and the fois gras should be avoided like a hydrogen filled mode of air travel.
  • Get the pork buns and the beef large plate! DON'T get the foie gras unless you don't want to taste liver at all and only want to taste sugar.
  • So um, don't get kappo. Don't enjoy Chef Paul, Eumi, and Caitlin's company. And don't enjoy the 10 course mystery menu with wine pairing. Oh and don't buy cookies from the milk bar upstairs.
  • David Changs latest is one of our favorite new restaurants, and the majestic, beef seven ways feast here is unforgettable. Featured in Where to Eat 2011!
  • Try the Squid Salad
  • Try the classic bistro salad frise aux lardons. Break the egg so that the lemon yellow yolk flows out, and mix it all together into a smoky, sticky mess. It's probably the best salad of the year.
  • Ribs were excellent, but portions small for "family" style. Order your own app and entree.
  • go really hungry and get the pork ribs (so salty!), fried cauliflower (whoa! i am a fan of cauliflower once again) and the corn (to balance the two sides). you'll probably take some of it home
  • The seven spice sour -- a private label sake with yuzu & simple syrup is awesome, esp. paired with those tender pork ribs and tangy fried cauliflower.