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Brasserie Seoul

300 Schermerhorn St. (Nevins St.) Send to Phone
French brasserie with Korean flair from chef Sung Park in Boerum Hill.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily

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Brasserie Seoul Restaurant Review

: Chef Sung Park incorporates French techniques with Korean ingredients at Brasserie Seoul at the Holiday Inn Brooklyn Downtown. A bar with plenty of bright green plants is at the center of the dining room, where dishes like oysters with 5 spice pork belly confit and homemade kimchi and 48-hour braised grass-fed beef with Korean dates and shiitake mushrooms are served.
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