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Restaurants, Pan-Asian Williamsburg
2 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Photograph: Michael Skigen
Photograph: Michael Skigen

Time Out says

In the tiny sake bar–dining room, a postpunk soundtrack plays while chefs behind the scenes assemble tasty small plates. Entrées in miniature are nothing new, but rarely are they so perfectly complete: Salty-sweet sesame noodles, quesadillalike crabmeat wontons and cold silken tofu form a sizable yet delicate meal. Grilled eel is so tender that the lightly seasoned meat easily separates from its fatty skin. If you don’t take your sake straight up, an ice-cold Coconutzu Freeze (a sake-based piña colada) provides a high-voltage brain-freeze.



Address: 187 Grand St
Cross street: between Bedford and Driggs Ave
Transport: Subway: L to Bedford Ave
Price: Average small plate: $4. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 6pm–1am; Fri, Sat 6pm–4am; Sun 6pm–midnight
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2 out of 5 stars

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Save your money. Server was insanely rude and food was just okay. Kitsch was also not really as expected, which is the whole reason we went...


Snacky has the best decor. Red walls adorned in colorful Asian wall art - including the head of a Chinese Dragon. Everything we had here was phenomenal - from the ramen to the rice bowl with spicy mayo and fried tofu. It is a super chill vibe, filled with unassumingly cool Williamsburg locals.