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TALDE
Asian Restaurant$$$
Today 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
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369 7th Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11215
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(347) 916-0031taldebrooklyn.com
$$$Asian RestaurantToday 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
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High-energy eatery with a tavernlike vibe & a creative Pan-Asian menu from chef Dale Talde.- Google
People talk about pork dumplings, pork shoulder, asian fusion, pad thai and shrimp toast
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Jenn Fung
reviewed a week ago
It has a severe identity crisis: it doesn't know what kind of Asian it wants to be and therefore throws everything together haphazardly. I tried 6 items on the menu, 3 appetizers and 3 entrees, and all were a miss. The worst offender was the yuzu guacamole, which was salty ham paired with a ton of soy sauce. It sent my palette into a frenzy for water. The worst entree was the oyster and bacon pad thai; little oyster and no flavors incorporated into the pad thai itself. The best item on the menu that wasn't recommended by any people, mind you, was the Lemongrass Pork Shoulder. I'd say Talde has to manage his restaurant better and be more focused on what he aims his food to stand for.
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Luca Baraldo
reviewed a week ago
The food is ok, drinks are fine and the service is not bad. The owner though is totally full of himself: at my first mentioning of an issue he said "it is what it is or you can leave". He since lost a recurring client.
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Maryann Yin
reviewed 8 months ago
If you're planning on eating here, be prepared to wait because people can't seem to get enough of Chef Dale's food. The pretzel dumplings are pretty addictive. Definitely try the Bacon Oyster Pad Thai; it's flavorful and hearty.
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Traci Cappiello
reviewed 4 months ago
The staff is very friendly and attentive, anticipating water and wine refills, while suggesting menu items that fit your mood. Dale Talde was there during my visit (not a rate occurrence), welcoming guests. If you don't arrive early, plan to wait a while. We were lucky to arrive at 6:30pm on a Friday and skip the 30 minute wait by sitting at the bar/chef's table, which is great if you don't need to make 100% eye contact with your fellow dining guest but rather can get lost in the food prep. It isn't too loud and the other patrons are just there for a good meal, too, including Park Slope kids chowing down on oysters you (me) wouldn't normally eat. Every single item we ordered was delicious! From the pork pretzel and chive dumplings to the Yuzu Guacamole to the crispy oyster & bacon pad thai (I ate around the oysters) to my entree of beef with taro chips, it was delicious. All in all, I think they've thought of everything, from the gorgeous dishware to the staff training to the DELICIOUS, DELICIOUS food. I'll definitely return, perhaps for brunch.
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David Manukjan
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Food was good, but the service from the waiters was not. I recommend the Short-Rib Kare Kare. Also, the location is in Park Slope so expect at least 1 or 2 (crying) kids.
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Jay Kim
reviewed 11 months ago
Was very excited to try Talde because I am a big fan of Dale's from his run on Top Chef, but was disappointed with my meal. The menu definitely sounds mouthwatering with creative combos like sausage egg and cheese fried rice, Korean fried chicken and waffles or tater tots with sriracha ketchup. However, a lot of the food was bland and the Korean fried chicken was missing the crispy texture its known for. Service was great, so maybe an off day in the kitchen.