If you live anywhere near Greenpoint, use this casual Korean spot like a piano player uses foot pedals - often and skillfully. Ms. Ohho’s space looks identical to most coffee shops where someone might cry or write a memoir, with a list of espresso drinks on the wall, cheekily illustrated greeting cards for sale, and a few backless stools looking out on big windows. But take a look at the paper menu by the register and you’ll realize Ms. Ohho makes about 35 homestyle Korean dishes in addition to cortados. So the next time you’re in Greenpoint and want a great solo meal or a casual breakfast, lunch, or dinner with a friend, stop by for some bulgogi bibimbap and spicy pork jjambong with enough vegetables to fulfill your daily nutritional value.
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