Rebellion Bar & Urban Kitchen, the new Korean and Brazillian powerhouse from chef David Dickensauge, is now open for lunch at 748 Camp (former Phil's Grill location) in the CBD, Ian McNulty reports. Dinner service will roll out in the coming weeks (after the restaurant gets its license to booze), but here's a taste of the Asian and Latin flare you'll find in dishes already available at lunch:
Korean kimchi and Mexican cheese fill the empanadas. There's a Nicoise salad next to a salad of mushrooms and Chinese broccoli dressed with miso butter and oyster sauce. And Thai chile paste and plantains go into the dirty rice accompanying the snapper.
The apps range in the $8 to $14 range, and entrees at $20 to $28. There is also a shady outdoor dining area and bamboo garden in back. Current Hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.