Kings County Imperial

A stone’s throw from the Williamsburg Bridge, this second Kings County outpost is all about the booth. The huge booths line the dark room, and can comfortably tuck away big families who want to delight in the reinvention of one of the greatest snack-tivities of all time: the (off-menu) pu pu plat... Read More
A stone’s throw from the Williamsburg Bridge, this second Kings County outpost is all about the booth. The huge booths line the dark room, and can comfortably tuck away big families who want to delight in the reinvention of one of the greatest snack-tivities of all time: the (off-menu) pu pu platter, served on the ever-entertaining lazy Susan. Or devour an amazing crispy garlic chicken. Kids love the cold sesame noodles (without the chili paste) or just plain noodles with a little sesame oil. And the cocktails are strong, exotic, and often come in groovy glassware. The original Williamsburg location is great for families too, but this one has more booths. (Did we mention kids love booths?) . https://www.grubstreet.com/bestofnewyork/best-restaurants-for-kids-in-nyc.htmll