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Asian Fusion Restaurant$$
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37 Union Square W New York, NY 10003
37 Union Square WestUSNew YorkNew York10003
$$Asian Fusion Restaurant, Bar
Asian Fusion Restaurant
Noodle Shop
Today 11:30AM–10:30PM
Wednesday 11:30AM–10:30PMThursday 11:30AM–10:30PMFriday 11:30AM–10:30PMSaturday 11:30AM–10:30PMSunday 11:30AM–10:30PMMonday 11:30AM–10:30PMTuesday 11:30AM–10:30PM

Republic offers up a unique fusion of Asian cuisines using the freshest ingredients, the most savory spices, and creativity! Think noodles, think Republic! 

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Longtime Asian noodle shop doling out filling bowls in a bustling space with communal seating.- Google
"I recommend the Lime chicken noodles, calamari & Thai iced tea."
"I like the pad thai and spicy coconut chicken."
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Clemens Wan
a month ago
The noodles are excellent, but I've always found that it's way too loud and crowded. I really like the modern-ish feel to everything, but it's kind of like a club. I would recommend coming here on a date if you really don't want to talk to her or want to get closer and scream in her ear. I always appreciate the open kitchen, and if it ever comes back into season, the hot apple cider is some of the best I've had. I would also suggest the spicy beef noodle or the duck if you're into that sorta stuff. Yummy.
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Dianna Chou
4 months ago
Asian food (Thai/Vietnamese mostly) catered a bit more on the mild-flavored side. It's a bit pricier than other places, but it is a large space on Union Square. Food: - Pork chop - came pre-sliced, served over a good sized portion if cracked rice, some very lightly cooked scallions, and julianned pickled radish and carrots; Pork chop is pretty tender; Flavored with salt and a little pepper and in the slightly sweet side - Thai ice tea - on the pricier side, for $5 - Curry chicken noodles - extremely light on the curry and any other flavors, If you ask for the hot sauce to add to it, it will be better; it's served with carrots and celery with lo main noodles Ambiance: - a food court-like atmosphere, but you do get seated by the host, and the waiter service is good - they have an open kitchen format at the front, which is nice
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Response from the owner - 3 months ago
Dianna, I'm glad you enjoyed the pork chop and service, but I'm sorry to see the rest of the experience was only average for you. I'll be sure to take a close eye to a few things you mentioned, like the spices and flavor in the curry, so thank you for being so detailed. Overall, it sounds as if we have some room for improvement here, and I hope we'll get the chance to show you how we're putting your feedback into practice someday. -Edward, General Manager
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Jay Villamar
3 weeks ago
The food here is amazing to say the least. Do yourself a favor & stop by if you're in the area. I recommend the Lime chicken noodles, calamari & Thai iced tea.
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Tim Tativosov
a month ago
the best place on earth, best restaurant on Manhattan, everything is very tasty and delicious
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Janine Perry
2 months ago
A well-built menu of delicious plates. This is a great spot for locals and tourists alike. I meet up with friends here, or bring a visitor to give them a taste of how cool it is to live in NYC.
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Michael Conti
5 months ago
Wonderful food, friendly service, great seating setup. But the music is too damn loud! They screwed up my order multiple times, even after pointing to the menu. It makes no sense, because I can barely talk to who I'm eating with.
Response from the owner - 4 months ago
While I'm glad you've enjoyed our food, atmosphere, and friendly service, I'm sorry if the music volume has been a bit too loud for you, Michael. We'd never want this to detract from a guest’s overall dining experience, and I apologize for any frustration that you've been caused. However, I appreciate your candid feedback as we are always looking for ways to improve our service. We're not in the business of making mistakes, so I also apologize for the mix-up in your order. I know we can be better than this! And if you'd be open to it, I'd love a second chance to really get things right for you on your next meal. All the best, Edward, General Manager
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Suzanne Arrabito
3 months ago
Been coming here for awhile, and have never ordered anything other than the Lime Chicken Soup. It's out of this world. Strange acoustics in the restaurant make it super loud, but it's worth it. They are also great for deliveries or take out.
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Franco Campese
9 months ago
These guys kill it here every day. They work their butts off for you to serve some damn good noodles. My boy Steven really makes this place what it is, good food, great vibes, and most of all the gnarliest spot to chill with your boys.
Response from the owner - 9 months ago
Thanks for chilling with us, Franco! We're so jazzed you're a fan of it all -- that's music to our ears. Looking forward to welcoming you back for more noodles soon. Take care, Edward, General Manager


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