New Talde Opens In Jersey City

Last night American Chef Dale Talde opened the second location of his restaurant Talde. The first outpost is very successful in Park Slope, Brooklyn, and has now been brought over to the other side of the Hudson in Jersey City, NJ at 8 Erie Street. Talde is is a casual Asian-American restaurant and bar famous for creative dim sum dishes such as the bacon pad Thai and dumplings galore, including flavors such as pretzel, pork and chive. The new location will be introducing a few new dishes and dim sum options including the McBao, a bun with a boneless char sou ribs and pickles.

The design of the new space is slightly more modern that its counterpart in Park Slope with exposed brick walls, booths that each have heavy wooden tables and concrete floors. The decor consists of pieces like porcelain dolls, Buddha head art and an attention grabbing installation of large lanterns hanging over the bar. To check out pictures of the new space or to download a copy of the menu at the new Jersey City location of Talde, click here. 

 

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