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Moku Moku

43 Bogart St. (Moore St.) Send to Phone
A serious Japanese izakaya for the not-so-serious hipster set in Bushwick.

Dinner nightly
  • Dress code: Casual

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Moku Moku Restaurant Review

: That "Moku" means "smoke" in Japanese might be telling as to what may land on a plate in front of you at this fun Bushwick eatery. The place specializes in izakaya fare (think: Japanese tavern food) and grilled meat. Expect everything from adventurous dishes (grilled beef heart) to excellent chicken. There's also ample amounts of yakitori, various grilled edible delights on a stick, including scallop, beef tongue, and various parts of the chicken. Wash it all down with a Japanese beer or a glass of saké from the nicely curated selection.
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