Omai

★★★★☆
  • 158 9th Ave

    New York, NY 10001

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  • 212-633-0550

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We've been here last Friday. After reading the good reviews we thought we can't go wrong, but unfortunately it was very disappointing. We will not be back, there are so many other good places in NY.

Food:
Overpriced! Small plates! Lame

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★★★★★

We've been here last Friday. After reading the good reviews we thought we can't go wrong, but unfortunately it was very disappointing. We will not be back, there are so many other good places in NY.

Food:
Overpriced! Small plates! Lame

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The delicious and authentic food is enough to draw those in the know to this cozy, candle lit place, nothing about it draws the attention as you pass. Though the food is as great as in Vietnam so too are the drinks as weak as those you get

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★★★★★

The delicious and authentic food is enough to draw those in the know to this cozy, candle lit place, nothing about it draws the attention as you pass. Though the food is as great as in Vietnam so too are the drinks as weak as those you get

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My best friend and I go here all the time, a remnant of when she lived in Chelsea. We get the Lemongrass Tofu, soft inside and fried perfectly crisp outside. We love the curry vegetables, the shrimp-pork-chicken egg noodles, and the eggplant. Grat atmosphere too.

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★★★★★

My best friend and I go here all the time, a remnant of when she lived in Chelsea. We get the Lemongrass Tofu, soft inside and fried perfectly crisp outside. We love the curry vegetables, the shrimp-pork-chicken egg noodles, and the eggplant. Grat atmosphere too.

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My partner and I love this place. First of all, there's no signage, which keeps it a little under the radar. Second, 9th Ave isn't really known for great restaurants, so while it's busy, it's a lot less packed than it could be. The Vietnamese cuisine is delicious and always consistent. We love the monkfish appetizer with peanuts, and the sea bass can't be beat. The decor is simple, but definitely takes you away from 9th Ave. It's a tight space, probably only seating 30 people, so be sure to make reservations. You won't be disappointed.

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★★★★☆

My partner and I love this place. First of all, there's no signage, which keeps it a little under the radar. Second, 9th Ave isn't really known for great restaurants, so while it's busy, it's a lot less packed than it could be. The Vietnamese cuisine is delicious and always consistent. We love the monkfish appetizer with peanuts, and the sea bass can't be beat. The decor is simple, but definitely takes you away from 9th Ave. It's a tight space, probably only seating 30 people, so be sure to make reservations. You won't be disappointed.

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O Mai serves well-seasoned Vietnamese food in a spare, stylish setting (patrons pay a bit more for the decor). Try the grilled prawns wrapped in rice paper with basil, cucumber and peanut sauce or the duck salad with crispy daikon,…

 

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