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Very decent and creative small plates with good portion sizes. Drink prices should be updated on OpenTable as wines by the glass were priced $3-$5 more than what is listed. They seat every chair in the restaurant through reservations, including the bar, so you are not guaranteed a table. This was odd but fine for us, but seemed to be an unpleasant surprise for a less mobile older patron who arrived after us. Service—at least at the bar—was pretty indifferent. We had one wrong item served that had to be replaced, resulting in a long wait between our first two and second two plates. No one ever checked in to ask how our food was or if we needed anything. The two guys running front of house seemed more interested in bro-omg around together than serving the guests. All that said, I would give it another try, hopefully with table seating. The food and wine were both good.
What a pleasant surprise. I loved my first visit. I really appreciate the unique wine selection and the vibe of Kilo. Can’t say enough good things.
Excellent small plates. Very friendly, was very crowded by 6:30 pm on a Wednesday evening. Small menu, but has flavor to spare. Salad was VG. Mushroom tacos were so rich. The duck confit was great, with remarkable coleslaw. The fingerling potatoes with duck fat and more were super hot and delicious. Wines were paired to the dishes. All was good, no rush,
We were traveling for work and needed an easy place for dinner near our hotel. We found Kilo and it was exactly what we needed after a long day! The service was great, the music was super fun and the food was incredible!
One of my favorite restaurants in NYC!!!
Great, food, wine and service!
Really loved Kilo. It is a simple small (narrow) restaurant wine and beer only which serves small (sharing) plates of really good food.We had the cauliflower, brussels sprouts, burata (served as it should be room temp) and the burger delicious. The two person wait/bar staff were great friendly and helpful. Highly recccomend as an excellent simple restaurant (NOT "fine" dining)
Loved everything about kilo. The owner Brett was lovely.
The mushroom taco was a rare treat. My companion had the duck was also excellent.
Awesome staff, great wine and food. Great vibe in general
My reservation wasn’t honored, I think because my date who had arrived first said we weren’t eating. The host was incredibly rude and threatened to not check me in even though I was standing in front of him. 100% will not be back, will not recommend to all my friends in the neighborhood (I live and work a few blocks from kilo). There are so many great bars and restaurants in this neighborhood that you do not need to put up with rude service, plus $17 for a small pour of wine, horrible
Cute place, but small. Warm and hip host. I was the first to arrive, and was refused seating until all members of my party arrived; host pressured every few minutes to give the status of my remaining party (who was no more than 2 min late). Fast service. Most dishes deliciously savory, but portions were tiny. Because of the demand for tables on a Friday evening, we were (albeit graciously) requested to vacate our table for the next diners. Sharing dishes is the best way to go. Our favorites included pork tacos and duck.
Been here before and will return again - love this place!
Great food. Tight space. Friendly. Second visit was good. I am sure I will be back.
The food is very good, but the portion is small. The venue is very small. We have a party of 6 and we have to cram in a small table in the corner of the restaurant, which is probably the only table which can accommodate more than 4 people. I would only recommend if you are going with 1/2 friends and looking for something very casual.
Always a pleasure eating at Kilo
This was a return trip to Kilo and we enjoyed it. The room is long and skinny and has interesting details. Both the beer and wine offerings were not run-of-the-mill and the food is geared to small plate sharing. We sampled the goat cheese crostini, the mussels, and the mushroom tacos and enjoyed all three.
Cozy restaurant with a handful of tables including some that are communal style. Ordered 7-8 different items including a couple of appetizers (cauliflower, burrata and hummus), muscles, crab pasta, and they were consistently very high quality. The desert was brie cheese with honey, interesting but probably the least standout. Had an interesting selection of beer and wines, though nosebleed pricing ($17 for a glass of red wine). The waiting staff was friendly and quite helpful. We will do a repeat visit.
I love Kilo! I go there all the time. The people and the food are second to none!
I love the ambiance of this restaurant, along with it's varied menu and outstanding service. We sat in the open front window and enjoyed the pedestrian parade, as many people carefully eyed the content of our creative plates. The tapas food choices are unique and well executed. My favorite was the oh-so-fresh whitefish salad and fingerlings. The new owner knew just what to serve me when I told him I am not a wine fan. Not only did I order a refill, but I took a photograph to remember the Cava! Thank you for a nice evening at kilo!
Excellent wine list, creative menu, outstanding service in a cozy/cool environment...perfect for a date night!
Wonderful experience - well curated menu with selective wine list that matches food perfectly. Ask for assistance on wine choice (I’m a Level 3 WSET grad and the advice was brilliant). Welcoming small space and service made the evening more than memorable. Brussel sprouts, octopus and special soft shell crab were each prepared simply bringing out great flavours. Thank you!
Great sommelier and service
Lovely food in manageable portions. Excellent wine. Good service. Alas very noisy making conversation hard.
Everything was excellent, it’s a place I’ll visit again on my next trip to NY.
Great food. Superior service. And good setting. What’s not to like?
Best restaurant on upper west side.
Food seemed a bit burned, although waiter claimed it was caramelized that way.
The food is delicious. Small plates but very filling
Small, cozy atmosphere; limited, but very interesting variety of tapas-like plates; excellent & eclectic wine. Full meal (4 plates and 3 glasses of wine) for ~$100.
Small neighborhood restaurant with 10ish tables and a small bar. Very cool vibe. We had a pre-theater meal and the tapas like menu was perfect. We had the pork tacos, octopus, burrata and duck. The last three were excellent.
Service is casual but attentive. Wine, beer and soda (only real sugar sodas that were fantastic) were limited but we liked the choices we made so didn’t need a large selection.
The server said they change the menu every few weeks and that makes us want to visit again just to see what they have.
Highly recommended for casual, high quality dining at affordable prices.
Fun place--very interesting menu-both the drinks and the food. Very tasty mushroom tacos, octopus, broccoli. Friendly, helpful service. Nice vibe.
Great evening - we were there with a small group of friends and were taken care amazingly well! The food was delicious and the wine was very excellent.
Great service, delicious food, interesting wine list.
Well prepared small plates, and attentive service, make for an enjoyable experience in this 9th Avenue storefront restaurant.
I love this place. The food and drinks are outstanding every single time I’ve been there. Also the server from Alabama (I forget his name, sorry!) is so passionate and knowledgeable about wine. Every wine suggestion he’s given me has been truly outstanding, and exactly what I didn’t know I was looking for.
Great new find in my local neighborhood cant wait to go back!
My friends and I had a really wonderful time, allowing our host to work with the kitchen in preparing a delicious 3-course meal with wine pairing - the brussel sprouts were easily the best I've ever had. Friendly, knowledgable and accommodating staff in a low-key, relaxed setting.
This was our second visit to Kilo. It was as I remembered it: creative food and an excellent wine list. Our group of four all ordered an appetizer and an entree, and we tried seven different menu items. All were excellent, from the beautifully-cooked Brussel Sprouts with nouc cham to the Octopus. The Horror Show red wine was a hit as well.
The ambiance is stripped-down Manhattan brick, a warehouse feeling that I enjoy. However, the noise level was intense when the place was full.