Best unlikely marriage: No. 7



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Eastern Europeans are no strangers to Asian food (see: Jewish Christmas), but at No. 7 the time-honored link surpasses kosher lo mein. Chef Tyler Kord funnels his family's dual ancestry (he is Hungarian; his wife is Korean) into a madcap mash-up of flavors. Kimchi pierogi, scallion latkes, stuffed cabbage and corned beef (with Chinese mustard!) are among the sundry fare that earned No. 7 the Eat Out seal of approval. In romance as in restaurants: A happy marriage is a beautiful thing. No. 7 7 Greene Ave between Cumberland and Fulton Sts, Fort Greene, Brooklyn (718-522-6370)

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