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

Paladar

Map & Directions 161 Ludlow St.
New York, NY 10002
FLAG
 
212-473-3535
  • Cuban, Latin American
  • Sun-Thu 4pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 4pm-2am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Delivery, Private Party, Catering
  • Dinner, Late Night
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • No Parking

Description

Village Voice's Description

Some signature drinks are celebrated because of their simplicity, like Paladar's Bachata, a mix of Bacardi and horchata ($6), which arrives with coconut garnish and froth, much like a milk shake. Horchata, a Latin American concoction of milk and ground rice, complements the bold flavors of the restaurant's cuisine, while the rum gives it an extra kick. And much like the romantic dance that inspired its name, Bachata evokes the perfect ending to a sultry tropical day in the Dominican Republicaor Ludlow Street, if you will. It took Irish fellow Amon Fulong to come up with this creationahe's also in charge of the Latin tunes and managing the businessaproving he's got plenty of sazA3n. Decorated with vintage album covers, kitschy trinkets, and tinsel, Paladar is all about drinking, eating, and being merry.

 
Member Reviews

No Reviews yet, leave the first one below!

Your Review:

Your Rating:

 

 
Tips from foursquare

  • kevin g. on 07/08/09

    get any items on the paladar pre-fix for under $20. huge portions!

  • Jerry Y. on 01/15/10

    Cheap good mojotos at happy hour until 7:00 for $4.50

  • Masha I. on 05/19/09

    have the sopes and the tacos with avocado and mango!

  • Bola on 04/23/10

    the lamb sandwich is one of the best things i've ever tasted. Absolute perfection and only $10.

  • Beverly S. on 03/30/10

    Mushroom empanadas are fantastic!

Check out Paladar on Foursquare

 
Menu

More Latin American Restaurants in New York

  • Barrio Chino
    Lower East Side

    Getting a seat at this cute little Lower East Side spot can sometimes be difficult, but don't worry, it's worth the wait. Step in and you'll... More on Barrio Chino >>

  • Guacuco
    Brooklyn

    At Guacuco, Venezuelan arepas get the proper restaurant treatment. The chef and owner are a mother and son, respectively, and their stuffed corn... More on Guacuco >>

  • Esperanto
    East Village

    The food and music of Brazil is the focus of this funky Alphabet City spot, although several other South American countries get their due. Walk... More on Esperanto >>

  • Macondo
    Lower East Side

    The wait might be long, and service might be slow, but at Latin American tapas restaurant Macondo, on the southern edge of the East Village,... More on Macondo >>

  • La Isla
    Sunset Park

    New York has scores of cuchifrito spots: down-home restaurants generally serving large Puerto Rican communities that specialize in fried bits of... More on La Isla >>

  • Café Colombia Bakery
    Sunnyside

    This Colombian Bakery is one of many in the area that peddle empanadas, cheese bread, and various sweet pastries and breads. But... More on Café Colombia Bakery >>

See More Latin American Restaurants in New York

Reviews and News

No recent reviews or news articles for this place.
advertisement

More Latin American Restaurants

Today's Daily Deal

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

Events Nearby

Restaurants Nearby

See More Restaurants
advertisement
Loading...