Brooklyn >Food & Dining > Snacky
187 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1121140.714476 -73.960582
Mon-Thu, 6pm-1am; Fri-Sat, 6pm-3am; Sun, closed
Fun, casual Asian cuisine – This tiny Williamsburg spot provides a fun, kitschy atmosphere for a mix of casual Asian dishes ranging from pork fried rice to shoyu ramen to kimchi hot dogs.
one of my favorite everyday restaurants. i used to live close by and it was literally an extension of my living room. i love how flexible of a place it is...a place to eat a full meal, snack, drink, or all of the above, fairly cheaply. on most week nights, it's not crazy busy. i wish there's a place like snacky's in my neighborhood.
attitude!!! – the food was ok, considering they have a kitchen the size of my refrigerator and no gas burners. i'm actually amazed that they are able to cook for more than 3 customers at a time with only electric burners and a microwave to work with...i think they must be pre-cooking everything then heating it up in the microwave as the order comes in...
my only issue with snacky's is that it's a clubhouse gathering of the wannabe japanese anime nerds (otherwise known as pop culture geeks) and if you're not part of that scene, they really don't treat you well. i wish i had been made aware of this before going there so that i could have dressed up like a hipster and gotten better treatment while paying for my dinner.
tasty little treats – Snacky has some of my favorite treats--the chinese "pizza", kimchee hotdog, and various other snacks. They have a good selection of sake and beer thrown together with a cozy atmosphere. All in all a great place to go hang out alone or with friends.
What you'd expect: great Snackys – They have great dumplings with soft noodle (pork and shrimp are my favorites), tiny burgers with a great mustard that are one bite sized, their rice is just the right sticky, they have great beer (witte) -- overall a great place to go with friends to chat and laugh and have a few snacks. The decor is really well done.
oh delicious – the snacky sausage sandwiches here are so good, I once ate four of them while sitting across from a total hottie at my friend's going-away party. Apparently the guy was smokin' hot but I didn't even notice because all I could see was my delicious snacky sanwiches.
they go well with sake.
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