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Korean food has always been considered an insular cuisine, less accessible than Japanese, Chinese, and Thai, which might be the reason it's made so few inroads into non-Asian, foodie-populated Brooklyn neighborhoods like Park Slope and Cobble Hill. But thanks to Cathy Palm, a Fort Greene resident who tired of trekking to Manhattan's 32nd Street for a bulgogi fix, Korean cooking has arrived on Prospect Heights's Vanderbilt Avenue. Palm also owns the nearby Le Gamin café, but at Noo Na (an endearment a Korean boy uses for his older sister), there's not a whiff of Franco-fusion—at least not until dessert. Before the ginger crème brûlée, there's beef and pork man du, bi bim bab, and spicy soft-tofu-and-seafood stew.
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