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Ok 218

Map & Directions 218-220 Grand St.
New York, NY 10013
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212-226-8039
  • Chinese
  • Daily 8am-10:30pm
  • cash
  • Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking

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Village Voice's Description

In the front of this restaurant hang the enticing, mahogany-colored carcasses of barbecued pigs and ducks. There is a takeout counter just inside, but through a doorway is a full dining room (a completely unadorned one, but who cares?). The menu extends well beyond the meats in the window. Seven varieties of congee can be had;including a pork blood-infused version. Recently, the simple sliced pork with ginger and scallion was too good not to finish. Seafood is another highlight, and vegetables, which are often cooked to death, are treated with care here.

 
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  • Jessika W. on 09/18/11

    Roast duck is the best in Chinatown!!

  • China Daily USA on 08/23/11

    Good food and decent prices for a quick Chinese fix. Try the roast pork or deep fried crab.

  • Annesa L. on 07/15/10

    OK 218 is my fam's 2nd kitchen! Scallion chicken, Salt & Pepper Squid, Roast Duck...Egg&Shrimp oh so yummy! TsingTao too!

  • Max B. on 12/25/10

    Peking duck is AMAZING!!

  • Elisa L. on 03/04/11

    The best place to eat! Food is great & simply a great deal! The staff themselves makes the meal even more enjoyable. You will NEVER find a nicer staff team in chinatown. I've been going here for yrs!

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