Birds of a Feather

Chinese, Szechuan
$
191 Grand St (btwn Bedford & Driggs Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 969-6800
Monday
12:00pm - 4:00pm
6:00pm - 10:30pm
Tuesday
12:00pm - 4:00pm
6:00pm - 10:30pm
Wednesday
12:00pm - 4:00pm
6:00pm - 10:30pm
Thursday
12:00pm - 4:00pm
6:00pm - 10:30pm
Friday
12:00pm - 4:00pm
6:00pm - 11:30pm
Saturday
12:00pm - 11:30pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Tips

  • NYT recommends sliced pork belly on pickled mustard greens; spicy soft-shell crab; braised beef for two; double-cooked pork; steamed czi ba; rice wine soup with rice balls.
  • Delicious Szechuan food
  • Spicy cucumbers and poached wontons
  • The wontons in chill oil are my hands down favorite! Recommend going with a group -most entrees are 2 big and too intense for 1, a smaller amount of a variety of things works better.
  • Very authentic and tasty chinese food, go for all of the dumplings!
  • Love this place. Order the Scallion pancakes, duck fried rice, kung pao chicken, and the dan dan noodles!
  • Cafe China (same owner) is definitely more flavorsome but this restaurant is definitely close to being fab. Get the duck fried rice, the cold noodles, and the crab soup buns
  • Soup dumpling
  • Dumplings! Do not miss the steamed soup buns, kung pao chicken Fresh, bright space. Service is friendly. Busy but not loud - great for dates.
  • Just get a little bit of everything, you can't go wrong.
  • Wontons in chili oil and Kung pao chicken are insanely good. Dumplings and chive pancakes are favorites too.
  • Very good and authentic Chinese restaurant. I loved their dumplings, Dan Dan noodles, and rice wine soup.
  • Just get the soft shell crab . Everything else was ok.
  • Fantastic Sichuan food from Cafe China team with a hip vibe. Wontons in chili oil, soup dumplings, Dan Dan, ma po, cumin lamb, fried rice, and kung pao chicken all great.
  • Kung pow chicken, Chinese broccoli, fried pork buns, cold noodles
  • You already know to get the soup dumplings. I recommend skipping the entre and getting as many dim sum plates/small plates as possible. Sweet & Sour short-ribs and Sichuan cold noodles were great
  • Soft shell crab was out of this world!! Loved the tripe, cold noodles, and squid as well! Def go with the Sichuan dishes- amazing!!
  • Spicy cumin lamb and mapo tofu both amazingg. Ribs, purple rice, dumplings all great too. Definitely visit.
  • They got rid of the no tip policy ;( so ended up being quite pricey. Food was still good tho!
  • extremely legit Sichuan food, and I know my Chinese food. Mung bean noodles, spicy stewed beef / fish, and eggplant are highlights

Nearby places

161 Grand St
217 Grand St (at Driggs Ave)