If you are looking for an authentic perfectly mixed blend of traditional southern dishes and flavor-infused Asian cuisine then look no further than Soul Foo Young. Come in and ask for our famous Bruce Leroy - 3 Crispy Wings and Veggie Fried Rice!
The menu features traditional Japanese and fusion style cuisine, a full-bar and featured cocktails. As you dine, the staff at Yoshi’s will assign the best seats available for the show, to be claimed in the adjoining live performance venue.
Making vegan Filipino soul food, OG Lola’s offers pop-up menus for pick-up every Friday. Their menu features lumpia, Filipino spaghetti, and specialties like Sinigang, a sour tamarind soup, and jackfruit adobo.
2367 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, New York 10027, United States
Authentic Japanese Noodles and Soup restaurant, consisting of Nabe Hot Pot, (similar to hibachi or yakiniku) which has many variations, such as shabu shabu, sukiyaki, motsunabe, etc. A Rear Noodle bar, which does not serve Ramen or sushi, offers such