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Dine Out : Khe-Yo

By Rolala @rolalaloves
Khe-Yo Review, Khe-Yo NYC, Khe-Yo New York
As far as I know, Khe-Yo is one of the few restaurants in NYC to showcase the food of Laos, a tiny country in Southeast Asia. Laotian cuisine,  The name Khe-Yo means “green." The menu here is a modernized take on the traditional flavors and ingredients of Laotian cuisine and the dishes are just different yet similar to some familiar Thai and Vietnamese dishes. Sticky rice (glutinous rice) is a staple of the Laotian diet which is consumed at every meal.
Located on Duane Street in Tribeca, the restaurant occupies a cavernous space with exposed brick walls.  The neutral decor features reclaimed, distressed wood tables and chairs lend a low key and casual vibe. We stopped in for brunch one weekend last month.
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