Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Now open: Doma in Franklintown

It's a Japanese-Korean mix from Shiroi Hana's Robert and Patti Moon.

Now open: Doma in Franklintown

Here's a first look at Doma, a rather ambitious Japanese-Korean BYOB at 1822 Callowhill St. (215-564-1114), joining Franklintown's little restaurant row.

It's next door to King of Tandoor and down the block from Sabrina's, Kite & Key, and Rose Tattoo. (And, eventually, the Barnes Museum.)

Robert and Patti Moon, who also own Shiroi Hana on 15th Street, have set up Doma in a narrow storefront with a light, zen vibe, with clear globes suspended from the ceiling, a wave pattern carved into plaster on one wall, a curtain of wooden rings, and a service-type sushi bar.

Hours are in flux but for now it's open for lunch and dinner (till 9:30 p.m.) Mondays through Saturdays.

Here is the lunch menu; it extends to dinner service with the addition of the fourth page.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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