DeKalb Market Hall Welcomes Two New Vendors

DeKalb Market Hall Welcomes Two New Vendors

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN – DeKalb Market Hall (445 Albee Square West) has added two new vendors to its always bustling 27,000-square-foot food hall—Thank You Come Again, featuring Thai and Chinese cuisine, and Brooklyn Hummus, offering all-kosher falafel and hummus.

Courtesy of Thank You Come Again

Along with Thai and Chinese classics, Thank You Come Again serves soup dumplings. Owner Toon Lau founded Toon’s in the West Village and Shanghai Best in Jersey City. At her new Brooklyn outpost she will create dishes cooked-to-order  using fresh ingredients and noodles as well as house-made dough for her hand-folded dumplings.

The menu features: pork, chicken, or crab & pork soup dumplings; beef, chicken, pork, or shrimp barbecue skewers; and a variety of sautéed broad rice noodles as well as mung bean glass noodles with egg, turnip, tofu, bean sprouts, and peanuts.

Thank You Come Again also serves beer and wine. Check out the menu here.

Courtesy of Brooklyn Hummus

Brooklyn Hummus serves kosher Israeli cuisine created with healthy Mediterranean ingredients. Born and raised in Israel, owner and chef Asher Oknin makes each dish to-order and serves fresh, warm hummus.

Along with hummus plates served with pita and homemade pickles, Brooklyn Hummus also offers salads, soups, Shakshuka, pita sandwiches, and Salatim—small plates including beets, fried eggplant, carrots, or quinoa tabouli. Check out the menu here.


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