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Menu for TAO Uptown in New York, NY

  • Open:
    4:00 PM - 12:00 AM
  • Contact:
  • Cuisines:

    Asian

    Asian

  • Features:

    Delivery , Non-Contact Delivery

  • Dietary:

    Vegetarian , Organic

  • Known for:

    Great dessert, Healthy options, Late-night food, Cozy, Organic dishes, Romantic, Small plates, Upscale, Great tea selection, Vegetarian options, Wine, Great wine list, Wi-Fi, Beer, Great beer selection, Comfort food, Cocktails, Great cocktails, Coffee, Dessert, Dine-in, Dinner, Transgender safespace, Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits, Mask required, Hard liquor, Staff wear masks, Lunch, Accepts reservations, Popular Lunch, Bar onsite, Catering, Curbside pickup, High chairs, Good for groups, Restroom, Solo dining, Seating, Usually a wait, Wheelchair accessible restroom, Family-friendly, Wheelchair accessible seating, LGBTQ+ friendly, Credit Card Payments, Debit cards, No-contact delivery, Popular with Tourists, Temperature check required, Dinner reservations recommended, Staff get temperature checks, Lunch reservations recommended, Delivery, Alcohol, Takeaway, Wheelchair-accessible entrance, Brunch, Dinner,
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TAO Uptown in New York, NY, is a sought-after Asian restaurant, boasting an average rating of 4.1 stars. Here’s what diners have to say about TAO Uptown. Make sure to visit TAO Uptown, where they will be open from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Whether you’re a small party of two or celebrating with a group, call ahead and reserve your table at (212) 888-2288.

Stay home and order out from TAO Uptown through Uber Eats or DoorDash.

There’s something for everyone at TAO Uptown, including organic dietary options.

Other favorable attributes include: romantic.

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Yi Li 1 year ago
2

I loved this appetizer, it tasted so delicious with the softness of the spicy tuna and crispy rice blending together in each... bite. The presentation of this dish was stunning. And it tasted as good as it looked. It was so soft and yummy! Even paired withthe ice cream, it wasn't too sweet but perfect. But unfortunately, for the meat dishes, the sauce was extremely salty, and thedish did not come with rice or anything that would balance out this saltiness. Read more

Kemar Barrett 1 year ago
5

Amazing! Ambience was a definite 10/10! The attention to details in keeping with the Asian theme was on point and goes beyond... the big Buddha statue. Food was great!!!! So much flavor and portions were bigger than I had expected. Drinks good as well! Iloved the mule! Officially one of my faves in NY. Price point was good as well Read more

Khemraj Tiwari 1 year ago
5

This place lives up to the hype. The food was amazing. Definitely on the pricy side for Thai food but keep in mind your paying... for an amazing ambience with great friendly service in the city so worth it in my opinion. The martini drinks were on point. Iwas against going but I’ll definitely be back. They are also on restaurant week. It’s a must try if you like Thai food! Read more

Stephanie Wong 1 year ago
4

The food was decently good. Truthfully you can get the same taste in Chinatown for a lower price. The sushi taste what it should... taste. The cocktails were pricey. It’s mostly for the vibe of the place. Book reservation for the place cause it does getpacked during rush hours. They do charge $10 per person on your card for the reservation. In the end they minus it from thetotal of your bill. It would be hard to split the bill that way since the person who booked the reservation, already has beencharged. If you’re sitting in the upper floors then it’s a lot of walking up & down the stairs for the bathroom. Their giantfortune cookie dessert is unique. Inside, it comes with prefix fortunes that doesn’t make any sense. Read more

KENNY 1 year ago
4

Celebrated my graduation here, I kind of wish you could give half stars my rating would be more a 3.5 stars, the service was... lacking and some what rushed and the server neglected the celebratory note that was given prior to meanwhile the table next tous got full celebratory gestures. The food was mediocre, nothing to yell home about, he said his salmon was subpar and I had the3way pork fried rice which was meh ????… the ambiance was okay, it gave confusion, some people really dressed up while otherswere regular. The best thing was the pot stickers and chicken dumplings which I didn’t get a photo of????. May return, butI’m in no rush. Read more

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When is TAO Uptown open?

TAO Uptown is open on the following days:
Monday: 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday: 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday: 11:30 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday: 04:00 PM - 11:59 PM
Sunday: 04:00 PM - 10:00 PM

What forms of payment are accepted at TAO Uptown?

They accept Credit and Debit at TAO Uptown.

Does TAO Uptown offer delivery?

Yes, TAO Uptown offers delivery.

Does TAO Uptown offer reservations?

Yes, TAO Uptown accepts reservations.