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507 E Sixth St (at Between Avenue A and Avenue B)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 477-4649
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My friends and I were trying to decide which restaurant to go to ... and flipped a coin. OG lost and we were about to go to the other place when we were faced with a 20 minute wa...


O.G. was horrible! I went for a birthday party and we were charged a ""group rate"" which amounted to about $30 for a HORRIBLE plate of greasy noodles and lousy vegetables. Th...

EXCELLENT!!! 6/15/2007

My friends and I were trying to decide which restaurant to go to ... and flipped a coin. OG lost and we were about to go to the other place when we were faced with a 20 minute wait. So we turned around and walked into OG. No wait and the staff was extremely wonderful. The gentleman who was our waiter knew everything about the dishes and explained complimenting wine and appetizers. They had a shrimp app that was by far the best shrimp I had ever had. All of the dishes had a wonderful flavor with sauces that matched perfectly and did not overdo the course. I would go there any day and it is also a great place to bring guests and friends to. Go and enjoy!! Pros: Helpful and Knowledgeable staff, amazing food, great atmosphere Cons: Some of the wine was a little pricey more

my favorite restaurant...EVER 12/22/2006

I adore OG! I try and go whenever I can, and have even brought my parents (the most disciminating food critics I know) The place can get packed, so I recommend going early, because the food can sometimes suffer if they are very busy. My favorites are... pork & apple dumplings, crab cakes when available, chicken peanut spring rolls, thai beef salad, szechuan beef, five spice chicken, steamed veggies with amazing ginger miso dipping sauce, and although the five spice chocolate souffle with 3 different sorbets in fried wonton cups is delicious (one is plenty for 2 people to share) my favorite dessert is the creme brulee, a different flavor every day. They have had some crazy flavors, like lichee or cracked black pepper, but they are all creamy delicious (and not too eggy). My best friend was living in Puerto Rico, and when I went to visit and asked could I bring her anything, she said, ""Bring me the duck entree from OG!"" The service is friendly, if not speedy, and the atmosphere calm and relaxing. The prices are quite reasonable, and the servings large (though not huge). I cannot reccomend this place more highly!!! Pros: food is amazingly delicious Cons: food suffers if the place is too busy more

decent asian fusion 7/16/2006

our group of eight came here on friday night for dinner. we had a 9pm reservation and we were seated right away. the place had open doors and windows and a very relaxed, candle-lit type of atmosphere. the staff were pleasant and easy-going and took time to explain the specials to us as well as answer any questions we might have had. we all ordered water, and received no snootiness which often accompanies orders with no bar tab. Pros: nice staff, good dumplings, cheap prices Cons: dry chicken, unimpressive entrees more

EH 11/20/2005

I thought this place was totally overrated. Everything we had was good or ok....but definitely nothing great. The ambience was nice, but service wasn't so great. When you add it all together, it just doesn't seem worth it to me...especially considering the prices. Pros: nice ambience Cons: slow service, food was just ok more

LOVE THIS PLACE! 4/26/2005

I loving bringing friends here - and I do so every chance I get. I have had so many dinners here and it's always been perfect - on a date with my husband, with my mom, with girlfriends and larger groups. The food is wonderful (especially the goat cheese and spinach dumplings!!!), the service friendly and on it, and the atmosphere is perfect for chit chatting and having fun. And all of that won't break your bank! I cannot recommend OG more highly if I tried - check it out for yourself. Pros: dumpling menu, atmosphere, friendly peeps more

A total rip off! 10/29/2004

O.G. was horrible! I went for a birthday party and we were charged a ""group rate"" which amounted to about $30 for a HORRIBLE plate of greasy noodles and lousy vegetables. This place is a bunch of HYPE! To be fair, I'm a vegetarian, but the place is a dump. I've had better food for much cheaper than this. I didn't even finish my meal because the horrible taste wasn't worth all those greasy calories. Who knew fried noodles could taste so bad! How is that possible? What a nighmare! Horrible location. Bad food. Overpriced group rates. This place stinks. Pros: Decent atmosphere Cons: , Horrible location, Horrible for groups more

we love it here 6/19/2004

My girlfiends and I ate at O.G. again last night. I have to say I have never had a disapointing meal here. We could have made a meal of the yummy dumplings from the dumpling menu. Luckily we saved room for the BBQ Salmon, Sea Bass and Crispy Duck. We got a little tipsy from the sake but isn't that what Saturday nights with the girlfriends are all about? Pros: Affordable, Tasty, Consistant more

Worth the trip to Ave A 2/15/2004

This quiet dark asian bistro is well worth the trip. We a menu that rearely changes,e xcept for one or two specials, the quality and care they put in thier food in evident. The crackling calamari salad, which is usually a cheap disaster at many restaurants, is crispy and lightly dressed. The barebecued salmon is elegantly spiced and not at all dry. BUt their best dish is thh Thai spiced curry noodles with shrimp - a dish that would cost $23.95 is most places, but it is $16 here. Only wine and beer are served, but the house varities are actually quite good. Pros: Inexpensive, Well Prepared Cons: , Very Dark more

Me Love Duck 4/9/2003

OG is a great, cozy east village hideaway. And if you love some sweetly smothered duck, man, you just can't go wrong here! more

Thank God! 2/19/2003

This place is a true gem for the East Village. I have yet to find better food within a 20 block radius of this place. By far the most amazing appetizers I have ever had, and if you get lucky and go when seared tuna is the special of the night, you will not be disappointed. The service is more than attentive, and they also have a $10 corking fee so you can bring your own wine. I highly recommend this place. Pros: Food, Ambience, Staff more

excellent Asian flavors 1/14/2003

This is one of my favorite low-key restaurants in Manhattan. I just went there for my birthday and loved it. It was my 3rd time and I'll be back soon. OG provides excellent Asian influenced fish and noodle cuisine with unbelievable deserts. Not too expensive compared to other restaurants of this caliber. more

MMMM Tasty 1/10/2003

Tasty,yummy, delicious is how i decribe the meal i had. The flavours were amazing and the food was fresh, nice atmosphere, great service and EXCELLENT value Pros: Fresh food, Good service, Great value more
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  • The Scene
    Since 1995, O.G. (Oriental Grill) has been a local favorite for its tasty Pan-Asian fare and low-key ambience. What the sparse space lacks in decor it makes up for in...

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Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sun-Thu 6pm-11:30pm Fri-Sat 6pm-12:30am
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    East Village, Downtown, Alphabet City

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