Location:

Uncle Boons

Address

7 Spring St, NY, 10012, USA
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Phone

+1 646-370-6650

Price

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Overview

"Once it's time to feast, though, Uncle Boon's has delectable shared dishes in spades. It's hard to recommend just one or two dishes, since everything here shines, but small plates of note include yam mamoung, a spicy green mango salad with avocado, dried squid, crushed peanuts and chile and lime ($14); the super-spicy yum kau hua pli, a rotisserie chicken and banana blossom salad ($15); and muu tod kapi, pork riblets dusted with shrimp paste and served with a fish sauce caramel ($12)." ~Gothamist.com

"Once it's time to feast, though, Uncle Boon's has delectable shared dishes in spades. It's hard to recommend just one or two dishes, since everything here shines, but small plates of note include yam mamoung, a spicy green mango salad with avocado, dried squid, crushed peanuts and chile and lime ($14); the super-spicy yum kau hua pli, a rotisserie chicken and banana blossom salad ($15); and muu tod kapi, pork riblets dusted with shrimp paste and served with a fish sauce caramel ($12)." ~Gothamist.com

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18 Jan 2022

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