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Macao Trading Co.

Macao Trading Co.

Restaurant asiatique, Restaurant chinois et Bar à cocktail$$$$
Tribeca, New York
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  • convient aux couples
  • groupe
  • animé
  • branché
  • convient pour une fin de soirée
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  • Ira B.heart icon on user image
    Ira BlossomOctobre 10, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    The basement is a much swankier spot than upstairs. Go straight for the bar downstairs and loosen up with the dj until you're ready for the quiet dining experience on the top floor.
  • Rubén G.heart icon on user image
    Rubén GarcíaMars 6, 2018
    Very cool atmosphere and excellent cocktails and bites. If you like coconut, get the drunken dragon's milk. For spicy, the Ciao Rizo. If you like Japanese whiskey, the Mah-Jong is boozy but balanced
  • Gilt City
    Gilt CityJanvier 4, 2011
    The first and last European trading outpost in East Asia, Macao was controlled by the Portuguese for over 500 years. Now, its a Tribeca gem. (Try the Drunken Dragon Milk cocktail...)
  • Eater
    EaterOctobre 30, 2013
    This Southeast Asian-themed bar and restaurant from the Employees Only team serves a brisket and short rib burger, a pork chop sandwich, and bacon and egg look funn noodles. Open till 3:30 AM.
  • Anthonyheart icon on user image
    AnthonyMai 2, 2017
    A gem in tribeca. Sit at the bar and check out the extensive drink menu. The ginger flynn is divine but talk onto your bartenders; they'd be happy to make you something special right on the spot!
  • Kimmie O.heart icon on user image
    Kimmie OhhDécembre 8, 2019
    The No Mames cocktail has tequila, honey & notes of citrus (lime juice & grapefruit). The Ciao Rizo cocktail has chipotle-infused tequila, lime juice, lemongrass & cilantro (sounds like good marinade)
    A voté pour il y a Il y a 4 jours
  • Zeba S.heart icon on user image
    Zeba SiddiqiMai 10, 2017
    Great ambience& food! Perfect for night out with friends. Do visit their lounge downstairs. Cocktails are worth trying :)
  • Elizabeth B.heart icon on user image
    Elizabeth BursteinJuillet 2, 2019
    Loved: dragons milk (tastes like horchata drink) w green tea vodka and milk! Then the passionfruit rum drink something about being on your own! Winnie also had a great drink the maiden botanical
  • Ernesto G.heart icon on user image
    Ernesto GutierrezAoût 1, 2015
    A perfect 3 in 1 date spot: food, cocktails and lounge to dance. Cuisine is very tasty, pricy but worth it. You will score points with your gal on the decor alone. Cocktails on point as well.
  • DailyCandy
    DailyCandyDécembre 31, 2013
    "Macao’s menu proffers Chinese grub with a Portuguese twist: caldo verde meatballs, Macanese chili lobster tail, and malasadas (that’s Portuguese for donuts) with creme anglaise."
  • Rajesh M.heart icon on user image
    Rajesh MidhaJuin 22, 2017
    For two people, eating healthy try the Chicken & Pork Belly Dumplings Steamed, Scallop & Chive Dumplings Fried to start and Steamed Fish, Eggplant and Chinese Greens to share for main course
  • Wailana W.
    Wailana WongSeptembre 5, 2014
    Malasadas with creme anglaise, fried whole bass, Hakka noodles and steamed chicken and pork belly dumplings!
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesJuillet 18, 2018
    Its signature Eurasian cuisine includes dishes like the Five Spiced Lamb shank served with kabocha squash; the Crispy Whole Fish with wok fried coriander long beans, and the Macanese Lobster Noodles. En savoir plus
  • Chris E.heart icon on user image
    Chris EvansAvril 2, 2016
    Awesome vibe and decor, food is decent take on modern Chinese food. The cocktails though are the reason you should come - the Drunken Dragon Milk is one of my favorite in the city
  • TAMMY G.heart icon on user image
    TAMMY GIAJanvier 2, 2015
    Great food, amazing service, special late night menu. Arrive early to get a few drinks at the bar, tell mixologists ur preference of flavors and they will wip something up just for u!
  • Kimmie O.heart icon on user image
    Kimmie OhhDécembre 8, 2019
    If with a group of people, order the Taipa Steamboat. It includes : macanese chili prawns, linguica, mussels, chinese vegetables, green curry, jasmine rice, cerignola olives & herbs.
  • aleksej0903
    aleksej0903Mars 21, 2016
    Was recently in new York a few weeks walked the streets and went to the Macau restaurant Trading, where Asian cuisine and of itself, this cuisine is varied, but everything here was top notch.
  • Michelle C.heart icon on user image
    Michelle CSeptembre 26, 2015
    I couldn't decide on a drink from the extensive menu, so the bartender whipped me up a great cocktail I'd never had before. Service was great. Only downside was that the barstools don't have backs.
  • Céline Bossart
    Céline BossartSeptembre 6, 2017
    Grab some glass noodles, something with hoisin, and a Drunken Dragon’s Milk cocktail. Where I go when I want to be mentally transported to 20th Century Portuguese-influenced red light district Macao.
  • Wesley B.heart icon on user image
    Wesley BlissSeptembre 2, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Burlesque restaurant & lounge by day, eclectic club by night. The southeast Asian tapas are exquisite, and the drinks unique, exotic, and exciting.
  • Dessi V.heart icon on user image
    Dessi VolpicelliNovembre 27, 2017
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    The octopus was great; the lobster noodles and the vegetable noodles were awesome. Cool, layback place. Will be back for sure.
  • Betty
    BettySeptembre 12, 2013
    Drinks here are typically more flavor than punch, but was quite happy with "Really." Yes, it's really called Really (cognac, egg white