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BRINDLE ROOM Con­tem­po­rary Amer­i­can Salmon tartare with car­away potato chips or duck con­fit pou­tine can start off a meal of pan-roasted salmon or black­ened pork loin. Fa­mous for its steak­house burger—topped with caramelized onions and Amer­i­can cheese. L (M- F), D (nightly), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$ 277 E. 10th St., btw Ave. A & First Ave., 212.529.9702. CHO- O

Ja­panese/Chi­nese. A ca­sual ra­men joint known for qual­ity, serv­ing a va­ri­ety of hot noo­dle bowls in a neigh­bor­hood where ra­men is a big at­trac­tion. Ja­panese dishes are fused with Chi­nese in­flu­ences on a menu that also in­cludes pork buns and dumplings. L & D (daily). $ 59 First Ave., btw E. 3rd & E. 4th sts., 212.388.0885. ICHIBANTEI Ja­panese. This au­then­tic spot of­fers fried Ja­panese classics such as karaage (bone­less fried chicken) and pork yakiniku (bar­be­cued pork belly sautéed with gin­ger sauce). Beer, wine and 11 dif­fer­ent sakes

com­ple­ment the late-night kitchen menu. D (nightly). $$ 401 E. 13th St., 646.368.9755. MO­MO­FUKU NOO­DLE BAR

Con­tem­po­rary Ja­panese. An in­ti­mate set­ting for ra­men, fried chicken, soup, kim­chi, steamed pork buns and other Asian de­lights, with a latenight kitchen open un­til 1 am. For $500, a party of 4- 8 can en­joy two whole fried chick­ens served with two 4- oz. tins of caviar, as well as salad and truf­fle cream. L& D (daily). $$ 171 First Ave., btw E. 10th & E. 11th sts., 212.475.7899. NARCISSA Con­tem­po­rary Amer­i­can. A warm, wood-pan­eled din­ing room and an open kitchen set the scene for a menu in­spired by Cal­i­for­nian cul­ture from Miche­lin-starred Chef John Fraser. L (M- F), D (nightly), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$$ The Stan­dard East Vil­lage, 25 Cooper Sq., at E. 5th St. & Bow­ery, 212.228.3344.

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