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Dokebi Korean Restaurant Williamsburg Brooklyn NY – Jap Chae BBQ Bibimbap – Plate Of The Day
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Dokebi Korean Restaurant Williamsburg Brooklyn NY – Jap Chae BBQ Bibimbap

March 10, 2009
Dokebi Korean Restaurant Williamsburg Brooklyn NY – Jap Chae BBQ Bibimbap

dokebi korean  jap chae williamsburg brooklyn ny

199 Grand St (between 1st St & Bedford Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 782-1424
www.dokebi-brooklyn.com

Last Friday’s Wall St Journal Food section featured an article entitled “The New Hot Cuisine: Korean”. Really? According to the author, it’s new cause Kim Chi is appearing on the menus of various notable restaurants such as Chicago’s Blackbird or NY’s WD~50. The article is also a nod to David Chang’s empire of Korean inspired Momofuku restaurants. Personally, I think that whole section of the article was just filler so more contextual ads could be sold on the page (I work in digital media). I did like the bit on the twitter location posting enabled Kogi Korean Taco trucks in LA. That’s rad dude! I can’t wait till they open in NY.

dokebi korean bibimbap williamsburg brooklyn ny In the meantime, out in Williamsburg there’s just one Korean restaurant that I know of. It’s named Dokebi and it’s located on the south side on Grand off of Bedford. They have a full spread of Korean dishes including Jap Chae, stone bowl baked Bibimbap, and Korean bbq. First time I went to Dokebi was to meet up with my old friends Kim (who funny enough we nicknamed kim chee) and Trish a year and half ago. Since then it’s been a favorite place to fulfill those Korean food cravings. Just a note, I’ve had better Bibimbap – at Dokebi they sometimes don’t heat the stone bowls enough so you don’t get that tasty layer of charred rice on the interior of the bowl – ask them to serve it “well done” and you’ll be good. The Jap Chae and bbq on the other hand are awesome.

Finally, Dokebi wouldn’t be a restaurant in Williamsburg if there wasn’t something slightly alternative about it. For one, they always have great music here. Some nights you’ll be treated to hours of 80s Classics like Joy Division, Pat Benatar, and Bon Jovi. Secondly you’ll find a dark back room that features a full bar with a huge selection of scotch. Great place to start or end your meal. Interestingly, Dokebi means Devil in Korean. Ha Korean, the new hot cuisine indeed!

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  • Reply dokebi October 9, 2009 at 6:38 am

    not trying to spam. just letting you know we have some interesting new menu offerings which are getting a great response. thanks.

    KOREAN BBQ TACOS

    Pork Belly…..3.00
    Braised Berkshire pork belly set over sesame leaf on a corn tortilla

    Short Rib…..3.00
    Grass fed, Black Angus short ribs sautéed in our Korean BBQ sauce on corn tortillas

    Fish…..3.00
    Sushi grade tuna chorizo grilled in our spicy Korean BBQ sauce on corn tortillas

    Spicy Mushroom…..3.00
    Organic giant oyster and button mushrooms sautéed in our spicy Korean BBQ sauce on corn tortillas

    Spicy Pork…..3.00
    Berkshire pork shoulder sautéed in our spicy Korean BBQ sauce on corn tortillas

    Spicy Chicken…..2.50
    Tender chicken breast sautéed in our spicy Korean BBQ sauce on corn tortillas

    Spicy Tofu…..2.50
    All natural fried tofu sautéed in our spicy Korean BBQ sauce on corn tortillas

    Mexican or Korean toppings

    Sides…..2 / 1.00
    Pickled jalepenos
    Pickled onions
    Kirby kimchee
    Radish kimchee

    Monday-Friday (12pm-12am) Available only at the bar Saturday & Sunday (6pm-12am)

    brunch

    Hot Stone Pork & Grits…..14.00
    Braised Berkshire pork belly set over a bed of Anson Mills’ organic grits with a
    sunny-side-up egg and country gravy served in a sizzling stone bowl

    KimChee Fried Rice Omelet…..12.00
    Kimchee fried rice with onions, red pepper and broccoli wrapped in an egg blanket,
    topped off with picante verde and kimchee

    Three Egg Omelet…..9.00
    Three egg and jack cheese omelet served with real hashbrowns, mixed greens and kimchee

    Mushroom Omelet…..13.00
    Three eggs, organic mushrooms (shitake, enoke, button, bunape, portabello, oyster, giant oyster)
    and jack cheese served with real hashbrowns, mixed greens and kimchee

    Huevos Koreanos…..14.00
    Chul’s three bean chili, jasmine rice, two corn tortillas, jack cheese and 2 eggs
    over-easy topped off with avocados, picante rojo & verde, kimchee and chipotle crema

    Two Eggs…..8.00
    Two eggs any style served with real hashbrowns, mixed greens and kimchee

    Sides
    hash browns, Anson Mills’ organic grits, slab bacon…..4.00
    Bulgohki BBQ steak, Braised Berkshire pork belly, sushi grade tuna Chorizo…..6.00

    Drinks
    kimchee bloody mary, bellini, mimosa…..7.00

    Our beef comes from naturally raised genetically pure Black Angus cows that are humanely raised in the USA. They graze freely without exposure to hormones or antibiotics.
    Our pork is Berkshire.
    All of the fish and shellfish are either caught in the wild or raised organically.
    Our vegetables are chosen for freshness and consistency. Most of our mushrooms and vegetables are certified organic. In those instances where organic options are not available, we are working with a friend/chef turned organic farmer in upstate NY to grow our own.
    In spite of these efforts there are still a few essential items we are still trying to source organically and/or locally.

    Thank you for your support over the years. We look forward to being able to serve you and our neighborhood for many years to come.

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