MeKong

★★★★★
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  • 18 King St

    New York, NY 10014

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  • 212-343-8169

About MeKong

Hours
Sun 1pm-10:30pm, Mon-Thu 12pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 1pm-12am

Food

Food
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While the food was pretty good - fried dumplings light as air and fall off the bone 5 spice ribs - the less than fabulous service and extremely loud music detracted from the experience. I'd give it a 2nd try with hopes that the kinks are

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★★★★★

While the food was pretty good - fried dumplings light as air and fall off the bone 5 spice ribs - the less than fabulous service and extremely loud music detracted from the experience. I'd give it a 2nd try with hopes that the kinks are

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I guess it's probably understandable that people who have crappy service are more likely to write a review than those who don't... but i couldn't stand the bad rap mekong was getting so i had to put my two cents in. i love this place! i've

3
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I guess it's probably understandable that people who have crappy service are more likely to write a review than those who don't... but i couldn't stand the bad rap mekong was getting so i had to put my two cents in. i love this place! i've

Pros: nice people

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I went to Mekong with 2 friends, for the 1st time since it moved from Prince Street.\r
We were still deciding what to order for dinner when the waiter came by, and my friend wanted to order an appetizer and cocktail. The waiter told her

3
★★★★★

I went to Mekong with 2 friends, for the 1st time since it moved from Prince Street.\r
We were still deciding what to order for dinner when the waiter came by, and my friend wanted to order an appetizer and cocktail. The waiter told her

Pros: Nice outdoor seating; most of the food is very good

Cons: Crazy bad service, incredibly rude

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An adventuresome menu distinguishes this simple Vietnamese eatery. Try the crispy shrimp roll, calamari, and crab / seafood soup is another winner. The restaurant's decor seems to date from the 1950s, anticipate a romantic dinner

3
★★★★★

An adventuresome menu distinguishes this simple Vietnamese eatery. Try the crispy shrimp roll, calamari, and crab / seafood soup is another winner. The restaurant's decor seems to date from the 1950s, anticipate a romantic dinner

Pros: celebrity hot spots

Cons: gets crowded

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Situated on the corner of King Street and Sixth Avenue, this long-standing Vietnamese restaurant offers a handsome tavern-like interior of wooden tables and exposed brick walls. While the name of the restaurant evokes the far southern…

 

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