c/o NY Mag

187 Grand Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
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Cuisine: Asian Fusion
Our Rating: ★ ★ ★
Cards: All major
: $
: Sun -Thurs 11am-11pm; Fri-Sat 11am – midnight; Closed Sun
Booze: Beer and Wine
Subway: L to Bedford Ave.
Menu: Click Here
: Take-out only
NY Mag says:

The menu at Snacky reads like a greatest hits list of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese appetizers, with a few remixes thrown in. Some dishes, like the subtly nutty sesame noodles or the just-spicy-enough kim chee, draw strictly from tradition. Other dishes, like the peanut chili wontons and various other dumplings, blend and update old world nuances. (The same goes for the decor, with its mix of red paper lanterns and contemporary artwork.) The size, price, and quality of the small plates encourage sampling, although you can also opt for a meal-size hot pot or Shao Bing, a Chinese-style panini. Either way you’ll be able to find the right taste to accompany your melodious Snackytini sake cocktail. The sweet song of sake will loosen you up for the real music, which could be a local singer, could be a DJ, or, every other Thursday on karaoke night, could be you. Recommended Dishes: Sesame noodles, $3.50; shao bing sandwich with roast pork and spicy sauce, $4.95.”

Metromix says:

This sprawling Asian restaurant and lounge features a mix of Japanese, Korean and Chinese fare, as well as delicious sake-infused cocktails. DJs spin regularly, and every other Thursday is karaoke night. Highlights? Asian dumplings and the crabmeat rangoon, although everything here tastes pretty great after enough sake and cheap Tsingtao. Snack on, Snacky.