St. Marks is full of affordable places to have dinner, and 886 fits in well. This is a modern Taiwanese spot in a narrow little room that’s packed with people eating things like stir-fried pork lettuce cups, sausage fried rice, and a spicy fried chicken sandwich. Come here when you want to eat well without spending too much money, or for a group dinner before a night out in the East Village. Just try to make a reservation or be prepared to wait.
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