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Little Drunken Chef
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Ranked #11 of 85 Restaurants in Mount Kisco
Description: Forget Little Italy. Move over, Little India. There's a new Little in town, and it's bringing big things to the game. Meet Little Drunken Chef: the eccentric lovechild of all things delicious, from all places exotic. When we tossed bold flavors and a kaleidoscope of traditions into a big pot, sprinkled in a little love, and stirred our spatulas, the end result was so explosive that it could only be handled in small doses. Hence, for your own personal safety, we offer rare and distinct flavors from across the globe in tapas-sized portions, to be nibbled and shared (although we won't tell if you hog every last bite for yourself). Ditch the airfare and let us transport you to far-flung places—we promise, we have much better leg room. Our rustic-style eatery offers a comfortable, whimsical atmosphere; both indoor and outdoor seating; craft cocktails featuring 100% fresh-squeezed juices and house-infused liquors; locally- and internationally-sourced draft beers; a bustling social scene with live deejayed music all weekend; and an oyster bar with the finest selections from coast to coast. We bring together people of all backgrounds, ages, and walks of life to relish in good food, drink, culture, and music. So grab a seat, join us for the journey, and skip the turbulence.
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Description: Forget Little Italy. Move over, Little India. There's a new Little in town, and it's bringing big things to the game. Meet Little Drunken Chef: the eccentric lovechild of all things delicious, from all places exotic. When we tossed bold flavors and a kaleidoscope of traditions into a big pot, sprinkled in a little love, and stirred our spatulas, the end result was so explosive that it could only be handled in small doses. Hence, for your own personal safety, we offer rare and distinct flavors from across the globe in tapas-sized portions, to be nibbled and shared (although we won't tell if you hog every last bite for yourself). Ditch the airfare and let us transport you to far-flung places—we promise, we have much better leg room. Our rustic-style eatery offers a comfortable, whimsical atmosphere; both indoor and outdoor seating; craft cocktails featuring 100% fresh-squeezed juices and house-infused liquors; locally- and internationally-sourced draft beers; a bustling social scene with live deejayed music all weekend; and an oyster bar with the finest selections from coast to coast. We bring together people of all backgrounds, ages, and walks of life to relish in good food, drink, culture, and music. So grab a seat, join us for the journey, and skip the turbulence.
Reviewed 4 January 2017 via mobile

Nice variety of food which was very good. Good selection of beer and drinks. Wait staff was great and friendly which is a plus plus! Atmosphere felt like you were in NYC restaurant.
All in all good place to go and hang out and have some pick food and drinks. Will definitely go back.
See you again LDC!

Thank luvtohavefun01
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Reviewed 30 December 2016

To start the food was fantastic. We had an assortment of different tapas and everyone was very good. Great flavor and well executed.

My only gripe is the cost of a drink. Had a Casamigo's Blanco Margarita... $18.

Now some back ground - I frequent the city and live locally. I understand the cost of a drink in NY. However $18 for this drink is absurd.

I would go back but would be cautious about what I ordered drink wise.

Thank watchflair
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Reviewed 27 December 2016

I have only been a few times, and not yet for a full sit down meal - but I have ordered from tapas and bar menu. They have a decent wine, beer, and cocktail selection for a small bar - and decent happy hour prices. The tapas menu provides a tasty, eclectic sampling of variety and mashups and come in portions easy enough to share (as long as you order appropriately).

The staff, except 1 bartender I have met, are generally un-knowledgeable and disinterested in anything to do with this restaurant. Ordering is a hassle. Asking about anything on the menu is almost as impossible as hearing their response (its a slightly loud environment with whisper quiet staff).

They occasionally host special event parties, I attended the Halloween bash. While it had an awkward start and surprised looking employees and dinner guests, it turned into quite a fun time with a great DJ.

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Thank Brianna D
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Reviewed 22 December 2016

For a restaurant occupying a noticeably narrow space between the exposed brick walls of adjoining eateries, thewestchestarian wonders why take up so much of it for the bartenders. Certainly thewestchestarian loves bartenders as a parent surrogates (long story) and wants them to be comfortable but for patrons seated at the rectangular tables facing the exposed brick dinner devolves into an exercise in being jostled, bumped and brushed against given that only the busy narrow Northwest Passage that forms between the chairs and the protruding bar. Anyway, beyond this interior design choice, the remainder of the experience is cool AF. Creative drinks (as the name implies) constitute the main attraction backed by familiar tapas (or appetizers as they are called in the U.S.) presented in attractive and clever configurations. The bill will not surprise those familiar with Westchester costs and will be in keeping with the going rate for a night out in 'Kisco. In short, a place to see and be seen or to jostle and be jostled depending on your personal interests.

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Thank thewestchestarian
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Reviewed 9 December 2016

Went with our family (four seniors and four young adults) and we had the best time. We all picked dishes to share and each was better than the next. Food was not only outstanding but service was as well. We wanted for nothing. One of the highlights of the evening was their Sangria with and ice pop turned upside down in each glass (added little extra sweetness and fruit flavor to a top notch Sangria). Not cheap but you get what you pay for and then some. Ambiance was perfect with only drawback being the noise level. For that reason would not go back (except with family if their choice). No reflection on my recommendation as other than that it was wonderful. . I just like quiet restaurants.

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