Meet a Lower Manhattan Business: Koko

07/21/2011 in

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Asian Fusion has arrived in Lower Manhattan.

Owner Kenny Yin brings his perfected blend of Chinese, Thai, and Japanese cuisine to his newest restaurant, Koko.

Menu favorites include: beef satay, pan fried dumplings and steamed buns with pork belly.  Some of the specialties of the house are the spiciest, such as General Tso’s Chicken, Volcano Chicken and Shredded Beef with Chinese Chili Peppers.  Those whose taste buds are up to the challenge will be greatly rewarded.

The interior design is a bit of fusion itself, with scarlet red walls, modern lighting design and Asian-inspired artwork.

Koko

120 Greenwich Street

212-321-6600

www.kokoasian.com

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