Up-and-coming Bushwick gets a nouveau-Asian restaurant, a 40-seat spot from Roberta’s alum Nick Subic. For his first solo venture, the toque reinterprets Thai, Chinese and Korean cooking with plates like kimchi carbonara and green curry noodles. Spicy starters include wings tossed in house-made Gochujang sauce and mapo chili cheese fries. Take the heat off with Far East beers (Sapporo) or tiki cocktails—including a classic mai tai and flaming Scorpion bowl—by the Narrows’ Keith Kenji Cochran. Neon light fixtures and a pink-and-red coral-reef mural by local artists Andrew Steiner and Damon Anderson give the mirrored space a tropical vibe.
|Venue name:||King Noodle||Contact:|
1045 Flushing Ave
|Cross street:||between Morgan Ave and Vandervoort Pl|
|Opening hours:||Daily 6pm–2am|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Morgan Ave|
|Price:||Average main course: $14. Disc, MC, V|