Tacu Tacu


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136 N 6th St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
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Cuisine: Peruvian/Asian Fusion
Our Rating: ★ ★
Cards: All major
: $$$
: Mon-Wed 5pm-Midnight; Thurs-Sat 5pm-2am; Sun 3pm-Midnight
Booze: Full Bar
Subway: L to Bedford Ave.
Menu: Click Here
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NY Mag says:

For perhaps the first time in recorded history—or at least, in Williamsburg—Peruvian and Southeast Asian cuisines share one lofty space done up in semi-tropical decor and serviced by two separate kitchens. So the next time one of you wants roast chicken and ceviche and the other has a hankering for Vietnamese Spring rolls, you won’t have to toss a coin.

Metromix says:

Maison Saigon Tacu Tacu touts an intriguing menu of Vietnamese and Peruvian unfusioned food whose separate kitchens ensure that these two cuisines shall never get together. You are other hand, should bring a date to share the generously portioned Cubed Steak Saigon or ceviche, and then perform a duet in the downstairs lounge on karaoke nights.


  1. Nice decor. Food was average but ok for the price. Menu is way too large. Waiters and bus boys were very nice. But, beware. When we went to pay they asked for ID for the credit card. We didn’t have ID, maybe we should have. The manager was rude and refused to accept the card. So got money out at the atm. We heard the manager talking to a customer at the bar saying how my friend of Indian ethnicity had a very american accident. Because he is! When i said I thought that was not an appropriate comment the manager said well he’s more American than you, I said yes your right I’m English. Considering she was Asian i found it somewhat racist. Not a Williamsburg style restaurant.

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