Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Clay Pot ready to debut its clay pot offerings today on St. Mark's Place

[Photo from last week]

Clay Pot debuts tonight (hours are 6-11) at 58 St. Mark’s Place between First Avenue and Second Avenue.

As previously noted, they will serve traditional Hong Kong style open-flame cooked clay pot rice... there's a mix-and-match menu of clay pots featuring jasmine rice, ginger, scallion, soy sauce and a choice of protein.

You may check out some of their offerings via the Clay Pot Instagram account...

Meanwhile! Next door... no word on when Chi Ken, the Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken Store, will open...

As for this address, Hakata Hot Pot and Sushi Lounge closed here at the end of February 2016. (Hakata Hot Pot combined with sister restaurant Zen 6 the next block to the west at 31 St. Mark's Place.)

Natori, a longtime favorite, closed at this address in November 2012.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Clay Pot, from Hong Kong to St. Mark's Place

Chi Ken, the Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken Store, coming to St. Mark's Place


Anonymous said...

I call them ceramic pots. Clay is the wet stuff that eventually becomes ceramic. To me a clay pot is not something to be eaten off of, but an unfinished product that should be fired in a kiln so that it may eventually be eaten off of. That's right folks. You heard of grammar nazi's, well I am the usage nazi. Get used to it.

Anonymous said...

For a second I hoped that the pottery store that closed on E. 9th was opening here. Darn.
Just remembered the name...Clayworks, was that it? Miss it.

Trixie said...

I think they are doing Two for the Price of One all week as part of their Grand Opening.