Rice & Gold
The restaurant, from Chef Dale Talde and the Three Kings Restaurant Group, serves breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner.
The space features an 11-seat bar and a 180-seat dining room, as well as a custom graffiti art installation designed by local artist, Mr. Ewok One. The restaurant also features a robust bar program, including cocktails, wine, beer and sake.
Ramen Happy Hour!
$13 Kimchi Brisket Ramen + Asahi Super Dry Draft Beer! 5pm to 7pm at the Rice & Gold bar, daily.
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: December 19, 2018
Ends: December 20, 2117
Availability: Daily 5:00PM-7:00PM
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Sun - Thu 5:00PM - 6:30PM 8:30PM - 10:00PM
Fri - Sat 5:00PM - 5:30PM 9:00PM - 11:45PM
What Insiders Are Saying
Rice & Gold is a huge restaurant in the bottom of a hotel in Chinatown. The food is Asian fusion, and it’s both pricey and a little cheesy.
The menu on their website doesn't in any way reflect what is offered. It's now an Avocado Toast kind of place.
This was a wonderful experience, we got the two person deal to share. SO much food and they bring it out very quick -- the salad was SO GOOD.
My girlfriend and I had an awesome time here! Everything from the Korean fried cauliflower, to the edamame, and the thai fried chicken was excellent.
Het eten was beneden alle verwachtingen.
De muziek was zeer luid maar er was wel sfeer.
Bij de rekening en de vooropgestelde prijs kwamen nog heel wat extra kosten en taxes bij.
Service, despite a pretty quiet night left much to be desired. Food came out half cold and not all of it. Adding a service charge of 20% for a table of 7 was fine but not ok with the service provided.
Food was fair. Would have been better if it wasn't cold.
Unlike any place I've ever been. Menu was creative. Included avacado dish for appetizer, fried rice with land, fish, and sea meats, and delicious three scoop with waffles Belgian Sunday. Yum.
We hated the food there and very over priced. The food was over condimented. Very salty and I wish we would have picked a differentred restaurant.
The tasting menu has got to be one of the best values in the city. My party of 6 came out with "take-away" bags after everything was said and done. The cocktail list was awesome as well.
Loved it. Great food. Great looking restaurant. Great service. Make sure to check out the roof terrace for a stunning view of Manhattan. Be ready to pay a couple of hundred dollars though.
They cut their entire dim sum menu. It wasn’t posted anywhere online that they had no dim sum! Absolutely no dumplings at all. Really disappointing as we really wanted to try the pho soup dumplings. The cauliflower was great, but we ended up not ordering much food. Cool space but just absurdly expensive for what we got.
I droved from NJ to enjoy their pho's and all the old menus they had. I was very disappointed, the food was not good and it was a waste of time. Unfortunately, I will not be returning.
Different from any brunch I have ever attended. Great drinks and foods. Music, dancing, artists working and art work done. Clokorful murals on walls.
This place used to be one of my favorites, however, the menu has changed... A lot. They lost all the dishes that made this place special.
Worst food and service ever for $200.
We had the Royal spread and the kitchen had serious problems.
The worst thing was the dessert, 2 scoops of ice cream, some wiped cream an sprinkel all over, it felt like we was at a childerens party and not at a restaurant in NYC.
Personalized service fit for a VIP. I enjoyed every single second of my dinner
Wait staff was pretty slow for a Tuesday night when it was slow. But the bartender was on point. The food was pretty good. The duck was great.
Very kool place in every way imaginable. Attractive staff, good music, not to loud, good service and in my view not pretentious.
I was disappointed that they had discontinued the pho dumplings. That was my main objective in trying this restaurant but was unable to give it a try. In addition, I thought the pork belly ramen I ordered had excellent flavor. However, the price point for this restaurant just felt out of place in Chinatown where many neighboring restaurants offer similarly tasty dishes for a fraction of the price.
Love this place. Will definitely go back
Great food and Service. Too loud.
Not your typical Chinatown experience.
This was my first visit precipitated by a voucher I came across on line. I would not have found such a beautiful spot just a few train stops away otherwise. I'm usually shy about using a voucher but the staff was so wonderful & made my party feel very welcome! The place was cool & eclectic. The food was very good & the service was attentive & warm which made everything that much better!
As an extra lovely finish to a great time I received an email offering me a free drink on my next visit which I will be using very soon!
Sunday brunch was delicious. Must get pho soup dumplings and the fried chicken bao. Service was attentive, although a bit too attentive. The waiter asked if we wanted our checks while we were still sipping on our coffees at the end of our meals and as soon as I signed the check, the waiter was quick to collect within a few seconds time!
Outstanding food and ambiance!! Our server was super friendly but not super attentive which was disappointing. Overall though, I would recommend.
We came here for brunch on a Sunday and the food was delicious. I wish they had more dimsum items , but what we had was pretty good.
Pho soup dumplings - must get! Really good along with their shrimp shumai and chicken bao.
The peanut butter and jelly sesame balls was everything!!! We had to order it twice and I am still dreaming about theem now. They come in bite size portions so if you love PB, get one order for yourself! Trust me on this.
The Thai chicken and waffle was ok, a bit too sweet. It’s the only dish we didn’t finish. Hunan noodles and fried rice were a hit.
The ambiance was great. We came a bit early (5 minutes before 11am) and they weren’t ready, which was totally fine. I just felt like we were of a bother to the staff. )We had an 11 am reservation ). The service was a hit or miss. One guy (not a waiter) who was attentive and great, then there was our waiter and other staff who barely cracked a smile.
I would go back for the food, maybe try dinner this time. Hopefully staff will be friendlier then. =)
LOVED it! Beautiful, creative decor, and we were seated right by the front window, the tables were nicely spaced out and they had ample room further back for booths and more tables. The two of us started with three dim sum dishes, then reordered two of them and a brunch dish. Everything was super creative, beautiful, and delicious. The place looks great, but the prices were just right ;)
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Buon ristorante cinese. Abbiamo trovato un locale di tendenza con ottimo menu fusion ambiente modernissimo design di gran classe e servizio impeccabile. Il conto un po’ salato ma a New York ormai la qualità si paga carissima. E qui la qualità abbonda. non perdetevi un aperitivo o almeno una visita al bar dell’adiacente hotel 50 Bowery. Vista mozzafiato e cocktails perfetti
We did family style. The food was incredible. Service was also good. We made a reservation and we're out in a great booth. The dessert took too long to come out, so we ended up leaving before we received it.
Amazing service! We will definitely come back! The watermelon salad was a nice surprise. Pho soup dumplings makes me want a whole bowl of pho!
amazing fantastic excellent, cannot say enough good things! first of all, the place is unique and FUN inside. everyone who works there was beyond attentive, kind, nice and knowledgeable. but the food.... DELICIOUS. we ordered at least 8 dishes and every single one was incredible from the buns to the dumplings to the soup to the rice to the duck. cannot wait to come back!
Got seated early which was awesome . The food was great . Ordered the hangover sandwich and bacon egg and cheese fried rice . It was sooo good . I will be back . The servers were inattentive as I ordered the bottomless brunch drinks and had to look for a server to refill , which was weird since the place was empty . But other than that the place was ok .
Really fun experience and good food ! All of the bathrooms were pretty gross and remained so for hours.
Had friends visiting from out of town and this was the perfect spot. Lively atmosphere, friendly staff and of course delicious food! It's also perfect for sharing with a great selection of prie fixe options.
Had a very enjoyable experience. The food was great and the service was wonderful.
Snippy waitress. The hostesses, doormen and general manager were great . Friendly and enthusiastic. Waitress was condescending and unhelpful. We waited a while for her to take our order and the general manager came over and took our drink order an appetizer order. He was very nice. Liked the shrimp and lobster dumpling. Sauce was on the inside and was very tasty. Food was so flavorful we never even used any of the sauces that are on the table.
This restaurant has such great potential but we came in for brunch on a Sunday at 1:30pm and the place was pretty much empty. The music was very low and absolutely no ambiance. This is such a shame because so much time was spent on the decor. They also close the bar at 3pm so not sure why the promote a 2 hour brunch special. This place really needs to invest in some marketing, perhaps a dj, or hiring promoters.
Good pho steam dumplings. Nice spacious dining room which is rare in Manhattan these days.
Service was rough! Food was delectable, so there’s something there.
Service was great! Loved the ambiance