Klom Klorm is a casual Thai restaurant that’s right off the Dekalb L stop in Bushwick. They make excellent and affordable dishes, with options ranging from the ultimate comfort foods (like curry or pad thai noodles) to something you might not have tried before (watermelon with dried fish flakes on top or soft shell crab with black pepper sauce). Nothing is fussy or hard about eating here, and it works for nearly any casual situation. So bring a group here for an affordable group dinner before a night out in Bushwick or stop by for a solo meal at their bar. Whatever you do, get the grilled corn with coconut milk. It’s currently our official appetizer of summer 2018.
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