The Best Restaurants In Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

Chef's Gourmet Food | © StateofIsrael/Flickr
Chef's Gourmet Food | © StateofIsrael/Flickr
Photo of Elena Calvo
9 February 2017

As the place to be in New York, Brooklyn is full of some of the city’s best restaurants, each boasting a unique vibe and great fare. Every neighborhood has something to offer, and Prospect Heights is no different. We profile a list of the best restaurants in Prospect Heights.

Don Chingon

Market, Restaurant, Mexican, $$$
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Don Chingon, New York
Don Chingon, New York | Image Courtesy of Don Chingon
Specializing in authentic Mexican cuisine, Don Chingon claims to have Brooklyn’s best tacos, alongside traditional menu options such as quesadillas, burritos, and of course, chips and salsa. If you’re in the market for Mexican food, you can’t go wrong here.

Tygershark

Bar, Market, Restaurant, Korean, Seafood, 0
Lobster Salad KCI_2313
Lobster Salad KCI_2313 | © Kurman Communications, Inc./Flickr
Dishes such as lobster rainbow salad and tofu soup with pork bulgogi are just a couple of the diverse options at Korean seafood restaurant, Tygershark. Not in the market for a full meal? Tygershark also offers a coffee bar.

Kimchi Grill Restaurant

Restaurant, Mexican, Korean, Fusion
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With specials such as spicy Korean organic tofu stew, Kimchi Grill Restaurant serves a delicious fusion of traditional and contemporary cuisine. Kimchi Grill Restaurant is the place to go for the amped-up version of your favorite street food classics.

Stocked Brooklyn

Cafe, Soup
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granola with yogurt
granola with yogurt | © amy gizienski/Flickr
Fast food is also healthy at Stocked Brooklyn, where chefs Joanna Knollmueller and Matt Fulton cook up your favorite foods. House-made granola and Greek yogurt are on the breakfast menu, while signature Stocked Brooklyn sandwiches are on offer for lunch, made with chicken, salmon, house-roasted turkey, capicola-style roasted pork, and more.

White Tiger

Restaurant, Korean, 0
Crisp Korean Fried Chicken
Crisp Korean Fried Chicken | © Edsel Little/Flickr
Open for lunch, brunch, and dinner, White Tiger offers Korean food with the twist. The menu works with organic vegetables and meats, perfect for health-conscious diners who don’t want to sacrifice flavor. Try their Korean fried chicken with pickled daikon, jalapeños, pepper potato salad, and a special spicy or sweet soy ginger sauce.