The Low Down
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.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
At this Village cafe, you'll find an inviting garden, a spirited atmosphere and plenty of locals---not to mention affordable Southeast Asian cuisine. From Vietnamese to Malaysian dishes, there is plenty to choose from for takeout or diningâ¦
Lovely... if you like burnt food and mice on your feet
By smithydubs at Citysearch
After a reccomendation (both personal and from a travel book) it was with excitement and interest that we visited cafe asean. How wrong we were Th... Read More
By Benazir C at Insider Pages
Absolutely amazing! I loved everything about this place... The food, atmosphere, service... I was very impressed. The best part was that the portio... Read More
A pan-Asian place I actually don't hate! Can...
By parkhyein at Menuism
A pan-Asian place I actually don't hate! Can get a little pricey, but okay for the neighborhood, and food... Read More
Really Good Paella, Cute Date Spot
By nychica5 at Citysearch
My friend and I came here on a Friday night at 8pm and were seated without a wait. The restaurant is small, but not cramped. It's a cute and cozy... Read More
Great Asian Tapas!
By gaiamcraft at Citysearch
I really like this little place. They have a nice outside seating area in the back, although I wish their chairs were more comfortable. The appet... Read More