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Okey Ecuadorian Food


Downtown Brooklyn

$$$$Perfect For:Lunch

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Hop onto the escalator that descends into Dekalb Market Hall, and you’ll find yourself in an overstimulating food court with back-to-back stalls. There are a lot of great options down there—including a Katz’s and a BK Jani—but don’t overlook this Ecuadorian spot hidden in the back. Okey serves a concise menu of Ecuadorian classics like ceviche, empanadas, and encebollado with big chunks of flaky fish. If you want your lunch break to feel like a backyard barbecue, you can also get some sticky glazed ribs or a platter of grilled meat. Try the carne asada that comes with sausage, rice, and fries on the side.

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