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Má Pêche

Dinescore
83 Out of 100
Average
$15 - $30
Cuisine
Asian: Southeast Asian: Southeast
Unrated

The New Yorker by Leo Carey

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Review

The name Momofuku—as in David Chang’s epochal East Village restaurant—means “lucky peach” in Japanese. And Má Pêche means not “my peach” in French, as you might suppose, but “mother peach” in Vietnamese-French pidgin.  more →

2/4 overall

New York Times by Sam Sifton

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Review

It is a strange feeling, sitting in Má Pêche on a Friday night, well underneath Midtown in the basement of the Chambers Hotel, Modest Mouse playing at half volume on the stereo system as people drink wine and talk and stab at sticky pork ribs with chopsticks.  more →

Recommended Dishes

Raw bar, ribs, snails, frisée salad, rice noodles, steak frites, pork chop, trout, Beef Seven Ways.

3/4 overall

Bloomberg by Ryan Sutton

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Review

Power lunching in Midtown Manhattan had always been a game of chicken among restaurateurs demanding exorbitant sums of cash and the expense-account elite confident or dumb enough to pay them.  more →

Recommended Dishes

The $29 steak; the beef tasting if and when they reduce the requirement to four people from six.

3/5 overall

Time Out New York by Jay Cheshes

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Review

Má Pêche may be the first David Chang restaurant well suited for entertaining even the most noise-averse—watered down, like a Las Vegas outpost, for mass appeal.  more →

Recommended Dishes

Beef Seven Ways, pork ribs, rice noodles with pork, Bev Eggleston pork chop

2/5 overall

NYMag.com by Adam Platt

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Review

The great downtown chef’s first midtown venture loses something in translation.  more →

Recommended Dishes

Wild Burgundy snails or pork ribs, fried cauliflower with mint, steak-frites, spicy cassava chips.