All Reader Reviews of...
127 Greene St., New York, NY, 10012
nr. Prince St.
Impressed My Guests
By sbela89176 on 9/19/2011
While sight seeing in SoHo with some out of town guests we stopped in for lunch on Saturday. My guests couldn't believe what the place looked like they thought it was a movie set. The staff was friendly and attentive and we took their recommendations and had a delicious lunch. Then we all got a Thai Iced Tea to go and hit the streets again. My guests couldn't stop talking about what a good time they had. Thank You Kelley and Ping
2 Restaurants in 1
By sbela89176 on 8/26/2011
I have been on vacation in NYC for the past week and Monday was strolling around SoHo and popped into Kelley and Ping for lunch. The place looked very cool and was busy so my friend and I thought let's grab something to eat here....got the Pad Thai which was delicious and a crazy good house made Peach Lychee Iced Tea and went on our way. Tonight we found ourself in SoHo again and thought hey let's go back to Kelley and Ping. However when we walked in it was like a completely different restaurant. Candle light and waiter service and more advanced menu and a full bar. Couldn't believe it was the same place we had lunch at earlier in the week. The place was packed again with young attractive people. We stayed and had the whole fish which was out of this world and the crispy duck. Washing them both down with a delicious Strawberry Basil Sojutini and the server recommended Ginger Mint Martini both of which were the best cocktails we have had in NYC so far. The service was fast and friendly and we had a great time again. I can only imagine how hard it must be to run a place like this it seems like you must be running two different restaurants. Love it will be back the next time I am in NYC
rainy day surprise!
By albertd on 8/25/2011
stopped in to dodge the rain. i hadnt been for years. it was jam packed. i decided to have lunch and ordered the salmon bento. it was fantastic! they also had a really great iced tea. its definitely back on my radar.
- The best reviews give a clear sense of why you liked or disliked a restaurant, bar, or store. And that means details. Mention specifics dishes, type of crowd, pros and cons...
- If it's helpful to compare one place to another, go for it.
- Come up with clever, funny, pithy subject lines, and write in the first person.
- Don't forget to read the user rating guidelines and rules.
- Grub Street’s Restaurant Power Rankings: Dizengoff, Olmsted, GÃ¼nter Seeger, and More
- A Trailblazing Chef Arrives in NYC With This Ambitious New Restaurant
- Sauvage, From the Maison Premiere Team, Debuts in Greenpoint
- Australia Got Its Own Naked Restaurant
- Here’s What Bourdain Learned by Eating Noodles With President Obama