Dinner and Drinks at 9 Bushwick Restaurants The Michelin Guide Forgot

Photo via Free Williamsburg
Photo via Free Williamsburg

King Noodle

What to Order: Long Bean Salad, Steak Skewers, a can of sake
As a relative newcomer in a neighborhood full of ’em, King Noodle garnered a lot of initial attention after opening for its psychedelic interiors and its much-discussed kimchee carbonara, which incorporates Doritos. Definitely worth a shot if you’re feeling adventurous (as is the scorpion bowl), but they also do slightly more recognizable fare incredibly well. Wings, beans, flat noodles, and all the other staples of pan-Asian cuisine are all good here, and in addition to tiki drinks and a solid beer menu, they’ve got canned sake on hand here. Worth trying at least once.

1045 Flushing Ave.


  1. See, I was really excited to try Mama Joy’s about two weeks ago, but when I called to make a reservation someone told me that they had to scale back to just serving bar type food, because the restaurant style dining cost them too much money. Now I don’t know if I really want to try it. I was excited about having a nice dining experience there, even though they still have the sit down tables, the new menu has turned me off a little


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