A Modern 1930s Japanese Fusion Fare

By Reza Cristian

Fried chicken as seen on a Sunday night menu at 750 Myrtle Diner located right off of Myrtle and Willoughby on the G train.

Fried chicken as seen on a Sunday night menu at 750 Myrtle Diner located right off of Myrtle and Willoughby on the G train.

At 750 Myrtle Diner, there is nothing basic about it. Their menu changes every day and the food is a delicious fusion of Japanese and Modern European cuisine with a tapas bar ordeal.

Inside 750 Myrtle Diner, you can find this amazing place. 

Inside 750 Myrtle Diner, you can find this amazing place. 

Stepping into the diner, you feel as though you have just stepped into the 1930’s art deco era. White walls and dim lights create the feeling that you will run straight into a flapper girl--perhaps while on your way out of their secret bathroom, hidden behind a wall.

Just off the Myrtle-Willoughby G train stop in Brooklyn, you may find yourself eating with friends on a Sunday evening. Sharing plates and filling the whole place with chatter.

Though the greatest reason 750 Myrtle Diner is on the top of SUSTAIN’s list of restaurants to dine at this season is that their platters and chopsticks are all biodegradable.

In addition to biodegradable utensils and plates, their food is worthy of praise too. A staple in their ever-changing menu, the pork buns and fried chicken, are sure to make your tummy happy. For pescetarians, the seafood is a good catch. Try the Snow Lobster roll or the fried shrimp. All plates are $$--all under $20.

A shrimp and avocado sushi roll for the pescatarian of the group. It is sitting on top of a biodegrable serving platter. 

A shrimp and avocado sushi roll for the pescatarian of the group. It is sitting on top of a biodegrable serving platter. 

For veggie lovers out there, there are a variety of vegetables to share or to keep for yourself, because let’s face it, animals are our friends.

The brussel sprouts are extremely mouth watering along with the mushroom toast. Complimenting your delicious meal, you cannot leave this delicious place without trying their delicious green tea ice cream.

A look inside the modern 1930s art decor (there is a hidden bathroom back there).

A look inside the modern 1930s art decor (there is a hidden bathroom back there).

You can check out their evolving menu on their Instagram, daily @750myrtledinerbk.

 

Location: 750 Myrtle Ave

Photographer: Reza Cristian