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Asian Restaurant$$$
Today 5:00 – 11:00 pm
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369 7th Ave Brooklyn, NY 11215
369 7th AvenueUSNew York11215
$$$Asian Restaurant, Korean Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Korean Restaurant
Traditional American Restaurant
Today 5:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 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 – 11:00 pm
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High-energy eatery with a tavernlike vibe & a creative Pan-Asian menu from chef Dale Talde.- Google
"I ordered the Korean fried chicken wings and waffles."
"Where pretzels meet pork dumplings and hip-hop bangers meet the dining room."
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Bette Jacoby
3 months ago
Within a week, I ordered the mussels at The Thirsty Pig and at Barrel Head. While the broth at the former was good, the mussels were more like muscles in terms of tenderness. Not so at Barrel Head! They were cooked to perfection in a more well-balanced stock. Mussels are my favorite shellfish, and I've sampled them in many places around the world, including Montreal and Brussels (yes, Brussels is famous for its mussels, not just its sprouts). The mussels at Barrel Head were as good as I've eaten anywhere, so good, in fact, that I had to compliment the new chef. Keep up the great work, Mikey! Read less
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Michele De Mont
4 months ago
Went to try the place for lunch. Had a party of 5. The hostess was rude and said there was no room, that it was "too tight" to fit us in the many empty tables. Instead of suggesting we wait to be seated when a larger table was available, we just got more attitude. I felt totally unwelcome. I will never step foot inside again.
Ross Smith
5 months ago
$28 Syrah. Place went to with Bill, jonas, kyle gabby in park slope. Need 8 ppl to make a reservation
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Hannah Kelly
8 months ago
Where pretzels meet pork dumplings and hip-hop bangers meet the dining room. Talde serves up savory Asian-American delicacies to the tune of a low-key, yet Brooklyn cool vibe. With a welcoming ambiance for groups of friends and family, portions are built for sharing. The pretzel pork dumplings, kung pao chicken wings, bacon and oyster pad thai, and short rib are all stand-outs. Get there early, put your name in and head to the bar for great service and fun, specialty cocktails - most noteworthy from our Halloween visit: spicy margarita topped off with a skull apple slice.
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Patrick Flynn
2 months ago
This was damn good. I'm always skeptical of asian fusion restaurants but this is how I imagine one would taste in Singapore. It's a good sign when there's a bottle of prik nam pla waiting for you on the table when you sit down. The beef short rib was perfect. Now I have to go back and try everything.
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Nikki Adelman
3 months ago
This was one of the best meals I have ever had. I came here with a group of friends for brunch and it was amazing. The highlights for me were the bacon pad thai and the breakfast ramen. The flavors in both of these dishes were out of this world. I love asian food and this is truly as good ad it gets. The dishes were unique without being weird and and I enjoyed every bite. This is a can't miss.
Eric Ng
7 months ago
My girlfriend and I were extremely excited to go here. We first made our way to Dale's other restaurant, Pork Slope, to get the chicken and waffles appetizer then to Talde. When we got to Talde it was quite busy, but we got a seat at the bar and that's when everything went downhill. The bar tender, Day B (what was posted on our bill), was rude and unhelpful. I understand that it was the brunch menu, but all I asked was that if it was possible to get an order of Dale's so highly regarded wings instead of the waffle and wings since we just came from pork slope. The bar tender immediately shut us down and said it couldn't be done. He then went on saying that we could just order the waffle and wings, but without the waffle. His attitude and tone was extremely off putting and soured our experience to the point where I wanted to leave. The only redeeming factor, 4 stars, was his breakfast ramen, which was cooked quite well and the only thing we ended up ordering. This bar tender left me with such an unpleasant feeling and ruined our Brooklyn experience. I love Dale and I have always wanted to go to Talde since seeing him on Top Chef, but I doubt I'd ever come back.
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Allison Yu
9 months ago
Not a huge fan of Asian fusion to begin with but quite honestly nothing really blew my mind except for the shrimp toast with gravy and the pretzel dumplings. We also ordered the Korean fried chicken, which was dry. The oyster and bacon pad thai was not bad but the plum sauce flavor fell short and the oyster and bacon seemed like it was thrown in haphazardly. The pork shoulder was expensive and was good but tasted like something I can get at a Chinese restaurant for a fraction of the price. Talde is a solid chef with an impressive resume but overall this restaurant is just okay.
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