Calle Dão

Restaurants, Cuban Midtown West
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Calle Dão
Oleg March 2013
Like its Spanish-Mandarin name—an ode to owner Marco Britti's (Favela Cubana) study of Cuba's Chinatown—this midtown eatery fuses Asian and Central American cultures, churning out Peking-style chicken, bone-marrow fried rice and ginger-glazed duck empanadas.

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Venue name: Calle Dão
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Address: 38 W 39th St
New York
10018
Cross street: between Fifth and Sixth Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 11am–midnight; Sat, Sun 4pm–midnight
Transport: Subway: B, D, F, M to 42nd St–Bryant Park
Price: Average entree: $25. AmEx, MC, V
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Alvin C

Cuban and Asian fusion. Not the most common, but it worked! We made it just in time for happy hour (sat down at 6:55pm) with a large party of 12 but the service was great and they definitely took care of us. They had a couple different versions of mojitos which were fantastic and reminded me of a tropical getaway. The starters were great. Must haves are the ox tail croquettes and the spring rolls. The yucca fries had me most excited, but they were a little bland and lacked any true flavors. The main dishes everyone in my party enjoyed. I had the lechon which is a pork dish that was so tender, you didn't have to cut it with a knife. It was served over quinoa and it was awesome. I had a bite of the skirt steak, which had a killer spice and explosion of flavors. Those that had the cornish game hen, were also very impressed. I would consider coming back but the prices are a tad high for what you get. Overall, the experience was great.    

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