Mon-Fri, 6pm-11pm; Sat, 12:30pm-3:30pm and 6pm-11pm; Sun, closed
G at Classon Ave.
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King Phojanakong has brought Kuma Inn's Southeast-Asian small plates to this sister restaurant in Brooklyn. Unlike the Lower East Side original, Umi Nom features $10 noodle dishes like Pancit Canton — egg noodles with sausage, chicken, soy, and fish sauce — plus a fried-rice lineup. The name is a play on the Tagalog verb meaning “to drink,” but the forth coming liquor license will only be for beer, wine, and sake.