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Cafe Asean

Address
117 W 10th St New York NY 10011
Phone
(212) 633-0348
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Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
1:00pm-10:00pm
Monday
1:00pm-10:30pm
Tuesday
1:00pm-10:30pm
Wednesday
1:00pm-10:30pm
Thursday
1:00pm-10:30pm
Friday
1:00pm-10:30pm
Saturday
1:00pm-10:30pm

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Cafe Asean is a Southeast Asian restaurant featuring Vietnamese and other dishes from the region, including a fair representation of Malaysian and Thai cuisine. Try Gado Gado , a salad of vegetables, tofu and rice cakes smothered in peanut sauce, or ikan bakar , filet of snapper with coconut lime sauce. The staff do their best to please and provide very prompt service. There is a garden in the...

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Overall review sentiment

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83%

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Score
83%

Rating distribution

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4 stars
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3 stars
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2 stars
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1 star
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New York Magazine

Café Asean’s fresh pan-Asian dishes (mainly Vietnamese and Malaysian, plus some Thai, too) are so authentic and far from the ti

"Modest" (but "cute") looks belie the "well-crafted" Southeast Asian lineup purveyed at this "tiny" West Villager where the "inexpensive", cash-only menu "takes you further East with every bite"; an "easy vibe", "accommodating" service and a "serene" garden round out this "offbeat find."

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Taking a vegetarian out of town friend out in NYC is really hard as a non-cheese eater. Chinese or Thai seemed like an obvious choice so I decided to take them out to this cute Malaysian restaurant in Village and both my friends and I were really happy about the choice. Most of the stuff on the menu …

Average Rating
100

I really enjoyed the Hu Tieu (Broad rice noodles sautéed with chicken, basil and bok choy). The food was excellent and the service was even better! I will definitely come back, again.

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Welcome to Café Asean, Café Asean’s fresh pan-Asian dishes (mainly Vietnamese and Malaysian, plus some Thai, too) are so authentic and far from the tired norm that it’s a treat to have them delivered to your door. We like the broad rice noodles sautéed with chicken or beef and bok choy, the curried shrimp, and the lemongrass-crusted snapper in coconut-lime sauce.

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Know Before You Go: Jefferson, a few doors down, is chef Simpson Wong's second restaurant. The food and decor are more upscale, and there's a full bar.

Where to Sit: The covered back garden offers an all-weather refuge, and is a welcoming escape from the cramped dining room.

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