JUMP TO:
  • Top Places
  • All
0 Ratings
Recommended
+ Share On... Facebook Twitter

Lulu & Po

Map & Directions 154 Carlton Ave.
New York, NY 11205
FLAG
 
917-435-3745
  • New American
  • Sun-Thu 5pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-11pm
  • cash
  • Dinner
  • Full bar
  • Not Accepted
  • Street

Description

Village Voice's Description

Chef Matthew Hamilton named his teeny, family-friendly bistro after his wife and daughter. Lulu & Po serves shareable dishes like fried anchovies with Sriracha-spiked tartar sauce and iron-pressed chicken in a casual, welcoming atmosphere. Though space is tight, it's not uncomfortable, and it's fun to watch Hamilton in the small, open kitchen and marvel at his use of the space. Those who remember the chef from his former days at Belcourt, in the East Village, will be pleased to know that those bone marrow tacos--hot marrow bones with griddled tortillas and a caper-dotted herb salad--have found their way to Brooklyn.

 
Member Reviews

No Reviews yet, leave the first one below!

Your Review:

Your Rating:

 

 
Tips from foursquare

  • Village Voice on 09/04/12

    Don’t let the name scare you; Chef Matthew Hamilton’s bone marrow tacos are unusually satisfying. #44 on our 100 Dishes to Eat Now

  • Serious Eats on 03/06/13

    What every neighborhood Brooklyn restaurant should aspire to be.

  • Sarah A. on 02/23/14

    Great dishes for sharing. Get the brussels sprouts, beef brisket, and pork belly. And now you can pay with Cover here! (Esp. if you want to use Amex or multiple cards)

  • Tom W. on 02/21/14

    Horseradish infused vodka is a must. Want to split the check or use Amex? Pay with Cover.

  • Danyel S. on 03/05/13

    chix-liver mousse, trout w/crispy scallions, fries, chix I think cooked with an iron. all excellent. + lightly sweetened apple crisp. #yum

Check out Lulu & Po on Foursquare

 
Menu

More Restaurants in New York

  • Sao Mai
    East Village

    Sao Mai ("Morning Star"), far from Chinatown in the East Village, offers a Vietnamese menu that doesn’t stray into Cantonese territory, nor does... More on Sao Mai >>

  • EN Japanese Brasserie
    Greenwich Village

    There are more than 40 locations of this izakaya-style restaurant in Japan; it&185;s too bad not more of them have made their way to the... More on EN Japanese Brasserie >>

  • Katz's Delicatessen
    Lower East Side

    Visit this century-old deli before they decide to raze it and build a high-rise condo. Tip the carvers $1 before you order and get a... More on Katz's Delicatessen >>

  • Del Posto
    West Village

    This Batali spawn outdoes Babbo in several significant ways. In size, certainly, though the effect of the hulking space is to increase the... More on Del Posto >>

  • Fette Sau
    Brooklyn

    Located in a former Williamsburg garage, Fette Sau ("Fat Pig") channels the sainted barbecues of Central Texas, serving up 'cue on a plain tray... More on Fette Sau >>

  • The Meatball Shop
    Lower East Side

    The economy's downturn has elevated so many dishes that were considered below our notice before. Now the humble meatball comes rolling... More on The Meatball Shop >>

See More Restaurants in New York

Reviews and News

 
Best Of Awards

advertisement

More New American Restaurants

Today's Daily Deal

E-Cigarette Ultra Kit ($50 value) View more Voice Daily Deals

Events Nearby

Restaurants Nearby

advertisement
Loading...