Be prepared to tickle your taste buds on kimchi, Korean pork balls, bibinbap and spicy tofu soup %u2013 among the palate-pleasers at The Purple Yam, 1314 Cortelyou Road, owned by restaurateur Amy Besa (center) who is presented a proclamation by Borough President Marty Markowitz (right) during grand opening festivities for the new Filipino-accented dining gem.
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