Restaurants in Flatbush - Ditmas Park, NY


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Purple Yam

Purple Yam

Brooklyn, NY

I took a delicious quail and pork adobo cooking class at this lovely Filipino-Korean restaurant, one of my favorites in all of Brooklyn. Not only did we feast, but Romy as our teacher was beyond kind. A wonderful community spot -- be sure to sign up for their updates online. The halo halo is so fun, and may be brought out by Romy himself. The tocino and sisig are wins here. And don't neglect the Korean dishes -- with a Korean chef in the kitchen, the kimchi, bibimbap, japchae and pajun are delicious.

Top Restaurants in Flatbush - Ditmas Park, NY



Restaurants in Flatbush - Ditmas Park, NY
Farm On Adderley

Farm On Adderley

1108 Cortelyou Rd, Brooklyn


Beloved in the neighborhood for good seasonal food, a fine hamburger, and a really good brunch, the Farm on Adderly is far and away the best restaurant in Ditmas Park -- but that's…
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40.639532 -73.967528
Purple Yam

Purple Yam

1314 Cortelyou Rd, Brooklyn


I took a delicious quail and pork adobo cooking class at this lovely Filipino-Korean restaurant, one of my favorites in all of Brooklyn. Not only did we feast, but Romy as our…
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40.64042 -73.96564
Mcdonald's

Mcdonald's

943 Flatbush Ave. & Snyder, Brooklyn


In ShortThe intoxicating smell of golden fries cooked to crispy perfection and succulent burgers sizzling on the grill permeates the space, while a lively chatting and munching…
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40.648575 -73.957037
Blimpie

Blimpie

1560 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn


In ShortFounded in 1964 in Hoboken, New Jersey, this sandwich joint has grown into a nationwide restaurant chain. The generously sized subs are modeled on the balloon-like shape of…
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40.632768 -73.94804
Taco Bell

Taco Bell

1580 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn


In ShortA pink and blue color scheme, white tile floors and hacienda-like arched windows combine for a subtle Southwestern motif at this fast-food chain. Founded in Southern…
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Picket Fence

Picket Fence

1310 Cortelyou Rd, Brooklyn


the food was amazing very diverse menu. this place is especially impressive if youre tired of the same old thing smoked gouda mac and cheese? yes please!!
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40.640438 -73.965814
San Remo Pizza

San Remo Pizza

1408 Cortelyou Rd, Brooklyn


This New York slice joint is right out a textbook, but that's not to say that it's not outstanding. A lot neighborhoods in New York would be lucky to be served by such a first-rate…
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40.640822 -73.964938
Vox Pop

Vox Pop

1022 Cortelyou Rd, Brooklyn


Sunnyside coffeshop is community-minded in its menu--light healthy cafe fare--and its readings, open mic nights and band bookings.
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40.63932 -73.967996
The Castello Plan

The Castello Plan

1213 Cortelyou Rd, Brooklyn


I recently moved to the neighborhood and have been really happy with all of the excellent restaurant options on the "strip" of Courtelyou. I didn't expect Castello Plan to be my…
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Gino's Trattoria & Brick Oven Pizza

Gino's Trattoria & Brick Oven Pizza

548 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn


i have been there yet a handful of times what more can i say than outstanding, and this is an understatement at best. As the rating says, run and don't stop until there.
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Purple Yam. I took a delicious quail and pork adobo cooking class at this lovely Filipino-Korean restaurant, one of my favorites in all of Brooklyn. Not only did we feast, but Romy as our teacher was beyond kind. A wonderful community spot -- be sure to sign up for their updates online. The halo halo is so fun, and may be brought out by Romy himself. The tocino and sisig are wins here. And don't neglect the Korean dishes -- with a Korean chef in the kitchen, the kimchi, bibimbap, japchae and pajun are delicious.… read more


Top Cafe Tibet. New York's Tibetan restaurants can be counted on the fingers of one maimed hand, but that doesn't mean they're bad. The cuisine lacks the diversity of China or the spice of Bhutan or Myenmar. Generally, the flavors are as featureless as the vast plains of the Tibetan plateau. Which is why this place is so exceptional -- the food tends to have a lot of heat. Look out also for the various momos (dumplings) which are a specialty of the house. … read more