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Niwana

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3 E. 33 Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
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(410) 366-4115
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The green awning is easy to miss. I discovered this three years into living near Charles Village. But this is a decently large place, with little...

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A little bit of everything 2/2/2006

Niwana isn't your standard Japanese or Korean food restaurant. It's hidden on 33rd Street in Charles Village, so it rarely sees a packed house; during the academic year, however, it gets plenty of repeat customers from nearby Hopkins students. In addition to a sushi bar and full-service bar, they've got some wonderful lunch and dinner specials. Try one of their "bento boxes"- you'll get an entrée, tempura, a California roll, salad, soup, and fresh fruit. At less than $10, that's a steal for a very filling lunch! I also suggest the bul goki- SO good! more

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Excellent Korean & Japanese food 2/1/2006

Niwana is a wonderful little restaurant located in Charles village on 33rd street. They serve a variety of Japanese & Korean food, and even have a full service sushi bar. I particularly enjoy their lunch specials, especially the tempura--the lunch special includes not only the entree but also soup, salad, and half of a California roll! Their service is sometimes a bit slow, but in general their food is worth the wait. more

Great Ambience, but only okay food 8/16/2005

Niwana serves Japanese and Korean food. Do not go for the Chicken Teriyaki. It is not even authentic. The Bi Bim Bab is very good, I had it myself, and I would definitely order it again. The ambience is very nice, I like the look and feel and the restaurant itself is very clean. more
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