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Pig and Khao
Southeast Asian Restaurant$$$
Today 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
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68 Clinton St New York, NY 10002
68 Clinton StreetUSNew YorkNew York10002
(212) 920-4485pigandkhao.com
$$$Southeast Asian Restaurant, Thai Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Thai Restaurant
Filipino Restaurant
Malaysian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Bar
Today 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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Filipino-Thai-accented SE Asian fare & specialty drinks served in modern, stylish digs with a patio.- Google
"The quail is great and so is the green mango salad."
"The khao soi was solid enough though I prefer Uncle Boon's rendition."
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Ida Noelle
3 months ago
An interesting take on some classic Filipino dishes. Favorite dish was the sisig. It was served with cilantro,which is not traditional but still tasty. Pork adobo serving was small and too salty, but I liked the added egg.
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Maryann Yin
3 months ago
Great service! Delicious food! Totally would return because the food is that good!
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Julie Xiao
10 months ago
I wanted to like this place. The two stars are really for the service, not for the food. We ordered the sisig, khai soi, and halo halo. The sisig was way too salty and didn't have the crunchy bits that I look for in any good sisig. The khai soi was decent, curry was spicy and i liked the crispy egg noodles on top. The halo halo was not that great, didn't have a lot of ingredients like other places. It only had the ube ice cream, milk, ice, crispy rice, 2 bites of plaintains and 2 bites of leche flan. There was mostly ice and didn't have the other stuff that I dig for like palm fruit, jelly, etc. It definitely was not worth $8. All the dishes were pretty small portioned and overpriced. There are better Filipino/Thai places that are reasonably priced and larger portions. I will not be back.
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ej shortell
11 months ago
this is a Filipino and Thai restaurant. Interesting food but no consistent. I went there twice. Once time the food was wonderful. The other time, not as good. I ordered the mussels, which was made with pineapple curry. It was definitely different. It was hot and sweet at the same time. Not super hot. The mussels were cooked well. I ordered the pork belly adobo. The blend of vinegar with soy sauce made this dish delicious. The pork belly gave the dish a nice twist. The bar b q ribs were very good. I liked the sauce. The prices are reasonable. There is a full bar for drinks. I would go back again. The staff was very friendly.
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Jay Kim
6 months ago
I had heard about this place for some time and had a chance to go for brunch recently. It's a Thai, Filipino restaurant featuring a lot of pork dishes (of course, given its name). Ordered the sizzling sisig, and shan noodles with a side of garlic fried rice. The sisig, which seems to be a signature dish, is basically tiny cuts of bacon-like pieces on a sizzling hot plate with an egg cracked on top for you to mix in. Lots of flavor, but seemed like cheap cuts of pork and got really rich in the end since so fatty. Shan noodles were ramen like with a nice spicy broth. The garlic fried rice was awesome - if you like garlic. The restaurant is small, so expect to wait on a busy night, but service was friendly.
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Allison Yu
9 months ago
The flavors are great, portions/prices are good (except for the market vegetables...$7 for a small plate of salty Chinese broccoli is too steep in my opinion) and service was attentive. The sizzling sisig (pork head) was cooked well and went really nicely with the fried egg they served on top. The red curry was packed with flavor and was pretty spicy - a little too heavy for my taste but delicious nonetheless. The coconut rice is amazing...perfect flavor and texture!!! Overall, a great place to try once but i'm not necessarily itching to return.
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Carlo Shift
10 months ago
Came here for a business meeting. Lovely fusion spot with great food. Reasonable prices. I'd definitely come here and skip Maharlika. Compared to another fusion spot like Jeepney, I'd say it's a tie on food, but this place isn't as 'casual' feeling compared to Jeepney.
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Lori Luo
a year 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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