Khe-Yo

Khe-Yo

Asian Restaurant$$$$
Tribeca, New York
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    Mai
    "The crunchy coconut rice and whole quail small plates are excellent."(27 Tips)
    Kimmie O.
    "crispy pig face and/or the steak tartare with bone marrow."(12 Tips)
    Sam S.
    "Must try: Bamboo Ginger Quail, Chili Prawns, Berkshire Spare Ribs."(8 Tips)
    Jeffrey Z.
    "Make sure to get the chili prawns and pork curry noodles"(6 Tips)
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  • Noah W.heart icon on user image
    Noah WeissJuly 27, 2014
    The only Laotian food in Manhattan, and it's great. Spare ribs, crispy coconut rice with lime sausage, bone marrow with steak tartare, and pork curry noodles. Equally good for a date or a group. 
  • Eater
    EaterNovember 7, 2013
    The menu includes things like crunchy coconut rice with sausage, bamboo grilled quail, duck laap, spare ribs, grilled chicken, and pork belly with quail egg. A really fun restaurant for date night.
  • Yoav H.heart icon on user image
    Yoav HornungJune 29, 2018
    Go family style! Coconut rice was absolutely amazing, loved the lobster noodles and don’t skip the Tuna Tartar which comes with a bone marrow and a fois gras:) Not cheap but also not too expensive.
  • Ronald W.heart icon on user image
    Ronald WidhaJuly 7, 2019
    The Pork Belly with Spicy Bang Bang, and cha sew banh mi (same pork just in a bun), are delicious!!!! We came here for lunch, and the options are far limited compared to dinner menu.
  • Angela W.heart icon on user image
    Angela WenApril 23, 2016
    So good!! Free sticky rice w spicy bang bang and eggplant sauce. Beef jerky. Crunchy coconut rice. Papaya salad. Almost preferred the smalls to the large. Whole snapper is great but a bit messy.
  • M T.heart icon on user image
    M TFebruary 26, 2015
    Excellent service and one of the few Laotian restaurants in NYC. Ribs are a must, the coconut rice pudding is super yummy, brussels sprout special is delicious- make sure you're into spicy.
  • Marc S.heart icon on user image
    Marc SchneebergerJuly 31, 2022
    Bowls are really great, service is very nice and drinks are interesting! If you are hungry go for the sandwiches. Also, its very cheap for the quality you get. A must in Tribeca.
  • Chenny D.heart icon on user image
    Chenny DApril 27, 2015
    The pig face is so good! Crispy skin and juicy meat plus the sweet and sour sauce! So yummy! This is the best restaurant I've been in NYC and will definitely come back for more! Lol
  • The New Yorker
    The New YorkerJanuary 3, 2014
    “Among the best dishes are a whole grilled quail on a stick, tasting like charcoal and ginger, and a steak tartare that’s served, Flintstones style, atop a giant bone filled with roasted marrow.” Read more
  • Dustin L.heart icon on user image
    Dustin LeeAugust 1, 2019
    The brunch market bowls are incredible value. Get the crispy pork belly with the sticky rice option which comes with great sides as well (Spicy Bang-Bang sauce, Charred Eggplant & Roasted Mushrooms)
  • Kevin Y.heart icon on user image
    Kevin YehMay 17, 2018
    lobster and noodles: standard pad see ew with lobster blocks. king salmon: melt-in-your-mouth tender. prawns and toast: SO JUICY. Blackfish: SO CRISPY. Great blend of dishes under a warm ambiance 🙏
  • Ebee D.heart icon on user image
    Ebee DApril 7, 2015
    Had such a great intro to this resto. Sat at the bar and had great service. Shared the line caught blue fin tuna & crunchy coco. rice. Wine selection was mostly french. Have to come back for more.
  • Ms H.
    Ms HeleneAugust 14, 2016
    Market plate-pick a protein and a base of rice, noodles or salad. Caramelized salmon on romaine hearts $16. Fresh coconut juice served in coconut $7.
  • Honghui Y.heart icon on user image
    Honghui YuJuly 1, 2017
    The brunch here has a lot of unique items and the food is delicious. Our waiter had a terrible attitude though which kind of put a damper on our experience.
  • Julie E.
    Julie EschbacherAugust 3, 2013
    Awesome experience! 1) Ask to be seated in Vance's section 2) Order the duck laap, crunchy coconut rice w/ sausage, spare ribs, & whole sea bass 3) get extra bang bang sauce 4) eat with your hands
  • Christina H.heart icon on user image
    Christina HirschSeptember 9, 2014
    Everyone starts with the rice balls, a delicious and fun dish. We tried the coconut rice, papaya salad, quail, and pork curry noodles. Everything blew us away. One of my favorite meals!
  • Dina R.heart icon on user image
    Dina RughaniDecember 5, 2014
    The chili shrimp, sausage, and pork curry noodles. Love they start off with sticky rice and bang bang sauce. Would love to try the other dishes!
  • Leisurely
    LeisurelyFebruary 28, 2018
    Chef and Owner Soulayphet Schwader has truly blessed us with Khe Yo, Manhattan’s only traditional Laotian restaurant. A wanting for a taste of Mr. Soulayphet’s home,... Read more http://bit.ly/2G6XdhZ
  • Katy A.
    Katy AoyagiFebruary 13, 2014
    Crunchy coconut rice w/spicy kaffir lime sausage, bone marrow special, roasted kabocha squash w/mint & fresh chili, whole grilled black bass w/crispy shallots & tamarind sauce, pork curry noodles.
  • Era S.
    Era SinghSeptember 15, 2013
    Sticky rice with the bang bang sauce is amazing! (Actually try the bang bang sauce with everything). Fun cocktails, great service, impressive food presentation. Bass was ok but pork belly delicious!
  • Gσɳȥαʅσ A.heart icon on user image
    Every single item of food was delicious. Careful with the spicy stuff though - it packs a mightiest of punches
  • Wilson Z.heart icon on user image
    Wilson ZhouApril 29, 2014
    The chef Soulayphet Schwader opened Khe-Yo with the chef and restaurateur Marc Forgione with Laos food's careful balance of sweet and spicy, but with the sour, funky element turned up a notch.
  • Sabrina M.heart icon on user image
    Sabrina MajeedJuly 4, 2015
    Awesome Lao food in NY. The bang bang sauce and eggplant sauce are great, as are the crispy lettuce wraps and the fish entree.
  • Hannah G.heart icon on user image
    Hannah GMAugust 9, 2013
    Beer Lao and duck laap (with fried duck tongues) make for a great start to any meal. The whole grilled bass and crunchy coconut rice with kaffir lime sausage are also fantastic!
  • Rikin D.
    Rikin DiwanDecember 1, 2014
    The ribs are amazing and of course the sticky rice with bang bang sauce is a staple. Be careful of the bang bang sauce!
  • Pas N.heart icon on user image
    Pas NiratbhandMay 22, 2014
    Ask the chef for #vegan options and he will create special menu for you. Mushroom jerky is awesome!
  • Evie
    EvieNovember 10, 2013
    Get the pork belly! The chili prawns and quail are lovely as well. Ask for extra bang bang sauce if you can handle your spice. The Bordeaux pairs nicely with most of the food.
  • First We Feast
    First We FeastAugust 3, 2014
    Get the papaya salad because this version is particularly fresh and bright, along with an order of crunchy coconut rice balls with kaffir lime-laced sausage, drizzled with honey sambal. Read more
  • Bernard O.
    Bernard OrtegaApril 26, 2014
    On the house but amazeballs: Coconut rice & Bang bang sauce. Spare ribs a win. So was crispy rice & quail. More accessible to Manhattan than pok-pok, nearly as good. Top ten!
  • Xiao L.
    Xiao LiAugust 31, 2013
    Friggin amazing. Got the table by the window at 8pm on a Friday night no res/no wait. Enthusiastic wait staff is always a plus. Oh yea, the food was also great. Get the prawns.
  • citizenM
    citizenMOctober 14, 2014
    Definitely try the crispy rice (which you eat with your hands), the red snapper (with bang bang butter….) and the steak tartare served with bone marrow and mint. Read more
  • Ardavan B.heart icon on user image
    Ardavan BeiguiJune 29, 2019
    Been here 5+ times
    Banh-mis are great, same with market bowls and love the Brussels sprouts appetizer. Good variety of beers. Great prices. Love this place.
  • Cesar R.heart icon on user image
    Cesar RazuriApril 4, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Everything here is nom'able, however, my absolute favorite thing about this place is the bang bang sauce for the sticky rice. The glass noodle dish with bacon is pretty filling.
  • Ketan V.
    Ketan VakilAugust 10, 2013
    Crunchy coconut rice and prawn dishes were great. Bang bang sauce has great flavor (but spicy). Nice wines by the glass (two Alsace whites good pairings for spicy dishes).
  • Wilson Z.heart icon on user image
    Wilson ZhouOctober 27, 2014
    Crunchy coconut rice as small plate and curry noodle as large plate will be the recommendation from me and my friend. Their snapper is also well made :P
  • First We Feast
    First We FeastAugust 3, 2014
    Dinner starts not with bread and butter, but rather a complimentary basket of sticky rice, which you should eat with your hands & dip in the accompanying chili-garlic sauce and smoked eggplant paste. Read more
  • Bin Y.
    Bin YangSeptember 29, 2013
    Great portions for the prices. It's all about the bang bang sauce and the sticky rice! The coconut sticky rice appetizer is fantastic and the prawns are really flavorful!
  • @JaumePrimeroheart icon on user image
    @JaumePrimeroSeptember 19, 2013
    Choose anything on the menu with that sexy bang bang sauce. All the food here makes me want to do naughty things. Spicy, succulent and delicious.
  • Thomas N.
    Thomas NgoSeptember 8, 2014
    Don't be afraid of the catfish. Great flavors make it one of the best lunch options in the neighborhood.
  • Prins P.heart icon on user image
    Prins PoloJanuary 13, 2019
    Great Laos-inspired food. Coconut rice and one of the fish dishes is always a safe choice.
  • Dessi V.heart icon on user image
    Dessi VolpicelliDecember 29, 2016
    I loved the chilly prawns, the dish was full of flavor and beautiful, the lobster and noodles faded in comparison. Would definitely come back.
  • AmateurConciergeheart icon on user image
    AmateurConciergeJanuary 4, 2014
    Had the beef jerky, coconut rice, pork belly and a whole chicken special. Pork belly was the best thing we had . Trust in "the ideal bite"
  • Sammy R.heart icon on user image
    Sammy R.August 29, 2013
    Laotian-approved! It was a wonderful meal that reminded me of home. I will definitely return and also recommend it to people who ask me what Laos food is like.
  • Sam S.heart icon on user image
    Sam ScottDecember 24, 2016
    Must try: Bamboo Ginger Quail, Chili Prawns, Berkshire Spare Ribs. Tread lightly in the bang-bang sauce 🥘
  • Vivian V.heart icon on user image
    Vivian VoAugust 9, 2015
    I give up on tryna find authentic SEA food in NYC. Ambience is cool though, just don't try to look for authenticity here.
  • Karimaheart icon on user image
    KarimaDecember 28, 2015
    Everything is good here! Their spicy sauce/complimentary sticky rice is great, the quail on a stick is amazing and their noodles are quite tasty
  • Jess L.
    Jess LauApril 18, 2014
    Legit spicy!!! Which is very refreshing for upscale places that claim to have authentic spicy Laotian food. Go for it and deal with the burn later
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    LindsAugust 19, 2013
    Make sure to wash your hands before you sit down -- the waiter's instruction to eat with your hands sounds a little gimmicky, but it's definitely the way to go.
  • Wanderlust 🎵✈️✈️✈️
    Awesome!!!! Great atmosphere and service. The food was delicious and I'm looking forward to going there again. :)
  • Diana R.heart icon on user image
    Diana RoldanAugust 4, 2018
    I loved this place. The service was great and the food was simply amazing! I recommend the pork belly and the coconut rice.
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