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New Korean Restaurant in Allston Features Tofu Made From Scratch

Kim’s Tofu is now open where Loui Loui once operated

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A new Korean restaurant has joined the ranks of Allston’s food world — a scene that already includes quite a bit of good Korean food, especially fried chicken. Kim’s Tofu recently took over the space previously occupied by Cajun seafood restaurant Loui Loui at 160 Brighton Ave., Boston, where it focuses on tofu dishes.

Kim’s makes its tofu in-house, serving varieties of sundubu, or Korean tofu stew, made with beef, pork, and seafood. The menu also features seafood pancakes, spicy pork, and various sides and rice.

Early reviews praise the restaurant’s service and quality of food. Situated next door to Brighton Music Hall, Kim’s Tofu sits in a hotbed of Boston dining, with many popular restaurants like Habanero Mexican Grill and S & I Thai steps away.

Kim’s Tofu is open for lunch and dinner, from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., according to the restaurant’s Facebook page.

Kim’s Tofu [Facebook]
Kim’s Tofu [Instagram]

Kim's Tofu

160 Brighton Avenue, , MA 02134 (617) 208-8133

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