Photo by myself at Kelley & Ping, at Greene and West Houston Streets.
A colorful wall of Chinese masks and wallpaper adorns the wall of Kelly & Ping, in SoHo.
Part grocery store, part eatery, Kelley & Ping serves up Asian noodles, dumplings and curry. It's a great place to stop off for a quick bite if you're enjoying the boutiques in this area.
Choose between Vietnamese grilled beef, Malaysian curried noodles and green papaya salad. Top off your meal with Thai iced tea or coffee.
There's always the old stand-bys like Pad Thai (rice stick noodles with Shrimp, egg, peanuts and scallions) and Pad See Yew (rice noodles with chicken, vegetables and dark soy sauce) if you can't decide.
As a pan-Asian restaurant, the food of many countries are represented here, including Japan, China, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
For the Kelley & Ping website, which includes lunch and dinner menus, click here.
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