Time Out says
Chelsea Market vendor Mŏkbar follows the recent trend of expanding beyond the food hall’s walls: Owner Esther Choi brings a 60-seat standalone version of her noodle bar to Park Slope. The focus is home-style Korean cooking like jip bap, a rice meal consisting of a central protein (braised short rib, salted mackerel) accompanied by seasonal vegetable sides and house-made kimchi. As at the Chelsea Market location, there are ramen bowls (roasted ginger chicken broth with pulled chicken, kimchi-bacon broth with braised pork) and a wide array of anji, small plates usually eaten while drinking (lentil jeon, vegetable tempura). The space melds Korean and Brooklyn influences: Think on-display kimchi pots and a large chopstick mural alongside exposed brick walls and, of course, Edison bulbs.
212 Flatbush Ave
|Cross street:||between Bergen and Dean Sts|
|Price:||Average main course: $24|
|Opening hours:||Daily 5–10pm|
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