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Canada Meets Asia at Wabora Prime, Now Open in Allston

The magical melding of hot dogs and kimchi...and poutine.

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An new restaurant in Allston puts an Asian fusion spin on some American classics. Wabora Prime, at 164 Brighton Ave., opened just before the new year and features hot dogs and hamburgers done up with kimchi bacon, spicy pork bulgogi, and fried eggs.

The restaurant is a sister of Wabora, an Asian fusion sushi bistro in Back Bay, and a relative of a Canadian restaurant in Ontario.

In addition to Wabora's signature burgers, customers can create their own, or pick from the "Asian kitchen" section of the menu, which includes udon and other soups, chicken wings, and chicken katsu rice plates.

True to its Canadian roots, the restaurant also serves poutine, with either a russet or sweet potato base and assorted toppings, including avocado, bacon, bulgogi steak, cheese, jalapeños, kimchi bacon, sausage, shrimp, and spicy pork bulgogi.

Wabora Prime is open Monday through Wednesday from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m., Thursday through Saturday from 12 p.m. to 3 a.m., and closed on Sunday.

Wabora Prime

164 Brighton Ave, Allston, MA 02134 (617) 431-2284

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