Asian, New American
$ $ $
536 E 5th St (btwn Avenue A & B)
New York, NY 10009
(646) 833-7811
6:00pm - 10:30pm
6:00pm - 10:30pm
6:00pm - 10:30pm
6:00pm - 10:30pm
6:00pm - 11:00pm
6:00pm - 11:00pm


  • A surprising new Alphabet City fine-dining restaurant. It's refined food in a place where it's okay to wear shorts and flip-flops. Get the pork confit with peanut noodles for two.
  • Tuome, a darling new eatery has just begun service, presenting familiar dishes with an Asian twist. Try the Pig Out, which includes Berkshire pork with spicy peanut noodles & fiery lime sambal.
  • honestly everything is amazing, but especially the octopus, scallops, beef, and Brussels sprouts. you will not be disappointed.
  • Deviled eggs! Octopus! Beets! Scallops! Yum!
  • The deviled eggs are some of the best in the city, rivaled only by Cata. The portions are a bit small for the price but everything is quite tasty
  • Great addition to the East Village! Highly recommend the Oxtail Spring Rolls to start and the Pig Out (to share) as an entree, which includes Spicy Peanut Noodles and Berkshire Pork. Service was okay.
  • Crazy good, probably the most interesting meal I had in NY so far. Octopus, tartare were great and the pork noodle stuff for 2 people was amazing
  • WHOA the snow crab pasta they just put on the menu is crazy!!
  • the pig out for two is a good amount of food but I was expecting the pork to be of much higher quality- it kind of tastes like greasy grill leftovers. the noodles it comes with are fantastic, however.
  • Get the deviled egg appetizer! Duck entree is amazing if they run out of the pig out
  • Deep fried deviled eggs! Need I say more?! Don't miss the pork belly and duck fat sticky rice as well!
  • Two words: Sticky. Rice.
  • fried deviled egg- get multiple orders. they are that good. the "pig out" is overrated- noodles are very sweet. everything lacks spice.
  • Crispy deviled eggs and the kale/sausage/sticky rice are essential.
  • executive chef/owner Thomas Chens Chinese-American eatery featuring a contemporary American menu reinvented with some Asian influences. Order the Pig Out for 2, the octopus and beet root salad.
  • Pig out(large portion), octopus(tender), and corn(flavorful) all amazing. The Chinese beignets with the dipping sauces were delicious. this is the first Asian fusion restaurant that does it right.
  • Everything was absolutely delicious. If I had to pick out a highlight it would be the short rib, but really can't go wrong here.
  • Everything. Get the Pig Out for Two (even if there's only one of you!)
  • Get four orders of deviled eggs and nothing else
  • Snow crab noodles and deviled eggs are a must! Excellent heirloom tomato dish. Duck rice and heirloom carrots best sides.

Nearby places

531 E 5th St (btwn Avenue A & B)
443 E 6th St (at Avenue A)
132 1/2 E 7th St (near Ave A)