Myondon Norimaki
Okubo: Korean
Myondon Norimaki (Okubo: Korean)
Myondon Norimaki
Open 24 hours a day.
late: Open late
Sun: Open Sundays

The unusual specialty of the house is Korean futomaki - fat sushi rolls filled with vegetables, bulgogi, cheese, kimchee, glutinous black rice - some ten variations in all, including a sampler set if you can't decide.

Rounding out the menu are plenty of Korean standards (and a few not-so-standards) - nice garlicky gyoza dumplings, chijimi pancakes, bibimba and other rice dishes, chige stews, spicy stir-fried pork, and a whole page of noodle dishes - with makkoli, soju and beer to drink. Prices are cheap, and everything on the menu is ready to take out.

Okubo
Shinjuku-ku, Okubo 1-12-3.
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