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Pig and Khao
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Today 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
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68 Clinton St New York, NY 10002
68 Clinton StUSNYNew York10002
(212) 920-4485pigandkhao.com
$$$Restaurant, Thai Restaurant
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Thai Restaurant
Filipino Restaurant
Malaysian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Today 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 6:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 6:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 6:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 6:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 12:00 – 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 12:00 – 4:00 pm, 6:00 – 11:00 pm
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2 starts NYT - Filipino and Thai Food by Leah Cohen.
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Filipino-Thai-accented SE Asian fare & specialty drinks served in modern, stylish digs with a patio.- Google
People talk about grilled pork jowl, green mango, sizzling sisig, grilled curry lamb ribs and quail adobo
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Tam Le
reviewed a month ago
Because of places like Pig and Khao and my recent trip to Southeast Asia, I'm now obsessed with Filipino food. WHERE HAS ALL THIS FLAVOR EXPLOSION BEEN ALL MY LIFE?!?! I went with about 12 coworkers for dinner (obviously make reservations people, this place gets crowded) which was awesome because we pretty much got 2 of everything on the menu. Here are some things that still keep me drooling at the thought almost a month later: - Sizzling Sisig: honestly, we eat really gross stuff in America so just forget for a second that you're eating pork head here and you'll be fine all you unadventurous people - Mussels: even this has a flavorful Thai kick - Mantao Buns: I know it's just fried dough but it's SO GOOD. Even at the end of dinner where I was too full to even try the Baby Back Ribs, I kept eating these Mantao Buns. - Lamb Neck: how can you go wrong with lamb? - Coconut Rice: so sweet and flavorful - Cod in Banana Leaf: almost anything that comes in a banana leaf is excellent. Fact. I can't wait to come back and pig (and khao) out again. Sorry I just had to.
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Lori Luo
reviewed 3 months ago
A venture by Top Chef alum Leah Cohen and there Fatty Crew, Pig and Khao serves up Filipino and Thai-influenced dishes in a cozy space in the Lower East Side. Grab a seat by the counter for a view of the kitchen at work, or pick from a few two-tops for a more intimate meal. The Sizzing Sisig is one of the more popular dishes, consisting of a variety of pork parts mixed with chilies and cilantro which are served in a hot skillet. A raw egg is mixed in and the remaining heat cooks it through. Worth a trip, especially for their brunch menu.
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Maki Yamamoto
reviewed 4 months ago
Make reservations or come at an off peak time (but not for brunch because their dinner menu is stronger and more exciting) and eat some great dishes with Filipino and Thai influences while bopping your head along to Chef Leah Cohen's hip hop mix. Her Sizzling Sisig is phenomenal; when the whole egg is mixed in with the pig head, there is just a burst of flavors and textures that excite the taste buds. Don't forget to also order the Quail Adobo which probably has one of the most flavorful sauces ever. While dishes are small and are meant to be shared, you'll find yourself getting stuffed quickly. There's always a way to make room for dessert, though! Do yourself a favor and order the Halo Halo.
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Jessica L
reviewed a month ago
Came here with a friend last week and got the short ribs and the khao soi noodles. The noodles were amazing. The residual curry can be put over their coconut rice for another delicious bite. The short ribs were tasty, but I the food was so good that I'm bringing my bf here tomorrow! Can't wait.
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Jennifer K.
reviewed a month ago
My friend and I were lucky enough to get a 7pm reservation on a weeknight. We got the curry noodles, the short rib, and the halo halo!!! Everything was so fresh and delectable. We even had enough for leftovers. Everything was super flavorful.
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Christian Lau
reviewed 5 months ago
I meet up with my friend and his gf for dinner on a chilly Saturday night. They bought the google offer $20 for $40. I was in good company because they are both Filopino. I spent a few bucks across the street waiting for them so my stomach was primed. We waited almost an hour. The guy came around to give us the play by play of the situations. Made sure we had drinks if we wanted and offered us chicarrons (fried pork rinds) to snack on. We ordered the Shanghai rolls, the sigsig, the Pata, the mixed stir fried veggies and couple bowls of coconut rice for us to share together. Overall, everything was great. The sigsig with the egg was great mixed with the rice. The lime squirts helped cut the fattiness of the sigsig. The Pata did not come with the bone which was a letdown but it still tasted well marinated/seasoned. The shanghai rolls I could have done without. The veggies were a nice dish to add some fiber to the meal. My friends shared the hallo hallo but luckily for me I had my own. It did not have any corn like the hallo hallo I'm used to getting at a friend's house. I should not have eaten so many dumplings before dinner. The San Miguels helped forget the calories I ingested that night. Seating is kinda tight but I didn't felt rushed during our dinner service. I would come back in warmer weather. There seems to be a outdoors area in the back.
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