BEDFORD-STUYVESANT — Get ready for some singing after your sushi.
A new Korean and Japanese restaurant will open its doors on the Bedford-Stuyvesant and Bushwick border by the end of the month with karaoke rooms and a sushi bar.
Sandobe at 918 Broadway, near Myrtle Avenue, will offer dishes of poke, typically cubed raw fish with a dressing, including poke burritos, salads and bowls, according to general manager Won Choi.
The Asian fusion eatery takes over the former space of a bargain store, Choi said, and will have room for 75 diners.
Lighting and wooden tables decorating the restaurant are imported from Korea and customers can pick from Korean and Japanese entrees like kalbi, or marinated ribs and japchae, which is noodles with vegetables, Choi said.
Poke will be a main feature, he said, with dishes priced around $13.
“It’s a big hit in most areas and we don’t have much poke in Brooklyn,” Choi said.
Diners will be also able to choose their ingredients and create their own poke bowls. A drink menu is still in the works.
News of the restaurant’s opening was first reported by Bushwick Daily.
Sandobe features three karaoke rooms, with the largest holding up to 15 people and the others having space for up to eight singers each.
“In Korean culture karaoke bars are really famous and a lot of people like it — but not just Koreans, internationally too,” Choi said.
“Everyone wants to sing while they’re drinking.”
For the eatery’s first month, diners will be treated to a free hour-long karaoke session, he said. Rates for the rooms following the grand opening offer are still being determined.