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LES Bites: Pig & Khao Brunch, “The General” Reviewed, Eastwood Wine & Beer

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Pig & Khao on Clinton Street.

Today’s Lower East Side food news:

  • After soft-launching this past weekend, Pig & Khao is debuting its brunch menu on Saturday.  According to the email we received, highlights include longanisa sausage (similar to chorizo) with a fried egg and tomato cucumber salad ($12); sizzling corned beef hash ($13); cured crispy dorade, suka and tomato cucumber salad ($15); and champorado (Filipino chocolate rice pudding, crispy bacon bits, $7).  There will also be bottomless mimosas for $15.  Pig & Khao is located at 68 Clinton Street.
  • Bloomberg’s Ryan Sutton was not very impressed with the new high profile Asian spot at 199 Bowery writing, the “244-seat General offers diluted flavors that never reach beyond pan-Asian party fare begging to be paired with $16 Scotch cocktails.”
  • Last night Community Board 3 approved a wine and beer license for Eastwood at 221 East Broadway. Now it’s up to the State Liquor Authority.  Previously the SLA rejected an application from Eastwood for a full bar because the establishment is too close to a synagogue and a church.
  • Eater recommends “Cata” on the Bowery for reasonably priced tapas.

 

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