No. 7

Restaurants, Contemporary American Fort Greene
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 (Photograph: Tia Ryan)
Photograph: Tia Ryan

No. 7

 (Photograph: Tia Ryan)
Photograph: Tia Ryan

No. 7

 (Photograph: Tia Ryan)
Photograph: Tia Ryan

No. 7

 (Photograph: Tia Ryan)
Photograph: Tia Ryan

No. 7

 (Photograph: Tia Ryan)
Photograph: Tia Ryan

No. 7

Given the constraints of this restaurant’s tiny kitchen, chef Tyler Kord’s cuisine—a jumble of Korean and Eastern European flavors—is impressively bold. An unforgettable starter of crisp broccoli tempura was served with black-bean puree and a vinegary, citrus-spiked salad. A hanger steak entrée featured pink slices of beef and toothsome kimchi-stuffed pierogi. For dessert, banana pudding is elevated with the addition of miso. Such inventive plates could quickly promote No. 7 from local canteen to destination eatery.


Venue name: No. 7
Address: 7 Greene Ave
Cross street: between Cumberland and Fulton Sts
Opening hours: Tue–Sat 6pm–2am; Sun 11am–4pm, 5:30pm–1am
Transport: Subway: C to Lafayette Ave; C, G to Clinton–Washington Aves
Price: Average main course: $17. MC, V
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Mary B

I came here for brunch, which was really good, but I think its lunch/dinner that they are particularly known for, and I'll be happy to come back! I had pancakes with peaches and pecans mixed right into the batter! Very good! If you can snag a seat, its also a great place to just grab a drink with some friends, especially the front little nook! The staff was friendly and the decor is perfectly Fort Greene! A great little spot! 

Brian B

No. 7 is a great reflection of my neighborhood: just the right mix of new and vintage, dressed up and dressed down, vibrant and chill. it's on the short list of go-to spots when I have visitors.