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Pig and Khao

Filipino, Thai
$ $ $
68 Clinton St (btwn Rivington & Stanton St)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 920-4485
Monday
5:00pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Saturday
11:00am - 3:30pm
5:00pm - 12:00am
Sunday
11:00am - 3:30pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • "David Chang [tried] to create a new breed of Asian-American comfort food, but... the formula doesn't work." - Lizzie Widdicombe reviews Pig and Khao
  • Try the sisig, a typical Filipino dish made with pork head. Less adventurous options include longanisa sausage or sizzling corned beef hash with garlic fried rice.
  • On the menu try Grilled Curry Lamb Ribs($24) sweet-spicy curried lamb ribs that are falling-off-the-bone tender and ->balanced<- with a garlic-spiked yogurt and savory flatbread. Halo Halo for Dessert
  • A Top Chef contestant's spin on Thai and Filipino cooking to mixed results. While some dishes don't live up to their inspirations, others are spicy and bright.
  • Brunch soundtrack features Kanye, Tupac, and Bone Thugs. That + $15 bottomless mimosas = joy.
  • Sizzling sisig- must have!!
  • One of the best meals outside of Asia I've had in the US. Adding this to my go-to list of awesome, unassuming restaurants in NYC. Get the sirloin and the coconut rice.
  • Order the khao soi and the grilled sirloin- the flavors are amazing! With a side of coconut rice, of course.
  • This is the Momofuku of Filipino food, from a top chef runner up. Order the entire menu, especially the ribs, everything with pork, the coconut rice, and the sisig. Unlimited beers from a keg for $15.
  • Sisig, pata, adobo, and end with halo halo :)
  • Sizzling Sisig with coconut rice. Do it. Your tummy will smile. Your arteries will cry.
  • Get the sisig with coconut rice -- a great combination of sweet and savoy. Don't forget the halo halo!
  • A+ Asian hipster fusion. Get the Russ & Daughters smoked salmon chips, crispy rice salad, the noodle small dish (starts with a K), and the grilled curry lamb ribs. Fullness awaits
  • endless beer from outdoor keg in back for $15
  • $15 for bottomless self serve Yuengling from the keg in the back garden.
  • Leah (of Top Chef season 5 making out with ultimate unworthy winner Josea fame) is kicking ass at one of my favorite new LES spots. 2 words: pork. jowls.
  • Save some room for the halo halo! And don't be afraid to get the sizzling sisig
  • Gotta try the lamb ribs - mmmm!
  • The coconut rice and sirloin are the two best things on the menu by far!
  • The pork head with egg is very good, the mussels are very tasty and the grilled lamb ribs are to die for. Staff is very friendly

Nearby places

23 Clinton St (btwn Stanton & E Houston St)
102 Norfolk St (btwn Delancey & Rivington St)
188 Ludlow St (at E Houston St)