Time Out says
Chef-owner Sung Park, who worked under Jean-Georges Vongerichten, helms this modern French restaurant in Williamsburg. The seasonal menu takes inspiration from local produce as well as Park’s Korean heritage and French training. You might start the meal with the chef’s homemade kimchi ($5), grilled baguette topped with artichoke heart and saffron aioli ($11), oyster pancakes with kimchi, scallions and soy-sherry sauce ($13) or duck confit with organic greens and foie gras butter toast ($19). Entrees include Korean beef bourguignon with dates, shiitake mushrooms, horseradish and crushed potatoes ($27), a farro risotto with Swiss chard, mushrooms and white truffle oil ($21) and kimchi bouillabaisse with mussels, pollack, shrimp, scallops, fried tofu and rice gnocchi ($25). For a special occasion, you might want to reserve the seven-course tasting menu ($100)—just make sure to call the restaurant at least three days ahead of time.
170 South 3rd Street
|Cross street:||at Driggs Avenue|
|Transport:||Subway: J, Z, M to Marcy Ave; L to Bedford Ave|
|Price:||Average Entree: $22|
|Opening hours:||Tues-Fri: Lunch Noon - 4pm & Dinner 6pm - midnight; Sat: Dinner 6pm - midnight; Sun & Mon: Closed|
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