Brooklyn >Food & Dining > Umi Nom
Citysearch Editorial Review. After an upscale makeover, this once-dingy Pratt-area laundromat is now a modern Asian eatery--featuring exposed brick walls, dark wood accents and a skylight (uncovered during renovations). The streamlined menu comes courtesy of chef/owner King Phojanakong (Kuma Inn) and focuses on Filipino-influenced small plates with notes of Thailand, China and beyond. What, exactly, does that include? Everything from fried tilapia and wok-roasted Manila clams to sauteed Chinese sausage and Thai beef salad, plus a variety of hearty noodle and rice dishes.
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