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Tyler Kord’s Accidental Hungarian-Korean Fusion Menu

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    A few weeks ago, former Perry Street sous-chef Tyler Kord opened No. 7 in Fort Greene, his own neighborhood. But how did he come to serve dishes like kimchi perogies? In an interview with Brooklyn Based, Kord says: "I kind of just wrote the menu and cooked what I felt like, and it unintentionally veered toward Eastern Europe at one end and Asian/Korean at the other. I didn’t set out to open a Hungarian/Korean fusion restaurant — but I’m moving in that direction now." [Brooklyn Based]
    Earlier: Vongerichten Veteran to Open Restaurant in Fort Greene