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Friday, October 18, 2013


Bulletin: The New York Times has published two restaurant reviews of Brooklyn restaurants this week, each with an Asian accent. The first is Pete Well's review of Whisky Soda Lounge Ny on the Columbia Waterfront, the sister restaurant to Andy Ricker's Pok Pok just down the street. The regional Thai bar-snacks served up at Whisky Soda Lounge, "feeds the city’s appetites for both spice and novelty," says Wells. The second is Ligaya Mishan's take on Shalom Japan, the Jewish-Japanese restaurant in Williamsburg: "Their food here is not so much a fusion of culinary traditions as a mapping of resonances and sympathies." Yeah, we're not exactly sure what that means either. But from the looks of it, the food, which includes both challah and raw tuna, is quite good. 
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