Supercore

(718) 302-1629 | View Website

305 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY | Directions   11211

40.713482 -73.961815

Open Hours

Mon-Sat, 11am-1am; Sun, 11am-midnight

 
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More Categories: Diners, Cafes

Bar & Pub Special Features: Bar Food

Payment Methods: Cash

Neighborhoods: Williamsburg

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Menu
Teas, Coke, Pellegrino (500ml, Orange Juice, Soy Orange (OJ& Soy), Calpico Soda, Homemade Lemonade, Warm Flourless Chocolate Cake, Green Tea Cheesecake, Butter& Sugar Crepe... more

Reviews for Supercore

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great, simple food; chilled place – Highly recommend it!

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

super-authentic – Great food, clean & simple. Very authentic & original, the people are really nice & hard working. The value is the best around.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

great place to chill!! great vibe!! – Supercore has the best vibe in the whole neighborhood!!

Great music,really nice paninis and a variety of teas. Free wi-fi and cute garden.

The japanese staff is awesome except for an american guy that works there who always forgets to put orders in and rolls his eyes every time you ask for something.

Another good thing is that they stay open till late.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Plum Rice Round Things on the East Coast – Supercore rules. it's quiet, they have great food, great music and half off wine on wednesdays. Half off!!! The waiters and waitresses are very nice. I've had the miso soup, rice round things, kimuchee tofu, tofu salad, and avocado sandwich. and everything was great. i even had my last birthday there.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

not good waitress! – waiters are not nice, they don't say anything about supplementary budget when we oder something extra-which is add whip cream, half milk, extra hot water, and then, a waiter've just fixed price for a doller when we pay, she told us that just because- it's not eaven.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Cute garden and the best Japanese home cooking – This is a real cute neighborhood cafe that offers a nice selection of Japanese home cooking and brunch food. I love the beef stew and chikuzenni. The garden is so cute and is perfect for having drinks with friends. It's the cool yet relaxed atmosphere that makes this place special!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

dirty.gross.asian fetishes abound. – This place is absolutely gross, Their coffee tastes and looks like motor oil (go to Oslo instead), their staff is deliberately rude (I lived in Japan for 5+ years and overheard the little service girls do their typical giggles and make rude comments about the customers, WTF?). Oh and that so-called homestyle Japanese food that sits around in pots all day long? Nasty. Why on earth would I eat "simmered mackerel"or "Japanese curry" (both of which are easy and inexpensive to prepare...these dishes are made from pre-prepared ingredients)? The fact that their most edible dish is avocado on baguette should tell you something about this dirty little joint and the backstabbing people they employ...stay away and spend your hard-earned dollars elsewhere. There are so many wonderful gems in Williamsburg (Dressler, Diner, Dumont, Marlow, Bozu, etc)...this is clearly not one of them.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

still the most unique place in williamsburg – Great atmosphere,music,waitstaff, garden..This place still keeps the oldschool wiliamsburg vibe.i go there since the first day they open. Small plate dishes are perfectly delicious.meatballs with rice,tofu salad,croissant sandwich..Also they are really cool if you want to drink a coffee and hangout .in short it still has the coffeeshop feeling which newyorkers forget about.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Sake, Japanese snacks and ambient music round out this intimate bar. – The Scene
In understated fashion, this Japanese tapas bar unites the sensibilities of two capitals of hipness--Tokyo and Williamsburg. It has a warm, clean decor of square wood panels and paper lanterns, plus the cute touch of dolls spinning on turntables in the windows. Tricked-out jazz, pop and electronica play most nights, while progressive DJs such as John Davis spin on weekends.

The Draw
Pleasant bartenders serve a range of $3 and $4 Japanese home cooking-style dishes, all presented in artful ceramics. The distinctive offerings include sake-simmered sardines with ginger--salty, yet tempered with light flavors--and the refreshing burdock in sesame sauce; an underseasoned beef stew and bland rice balls are better skipped. The one sake available by the glass, Onigoroshi, is delectably smooth and dry. Other drink options include beer, sangria, prosecco and in chilly weather, a fragrant, comforting mulled wine.

 

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