The food was great - we went twice! It is expensive but not overpriced. We recommend the buns and (if still on the menu) the Brussels sprouts - amazing.
Some friends took me here for lunch, and I'll admit I was skeptical at first because I associate ramen noodles with cheap college dorm food. Thankfully, I was mistaken. I recommend the signature Momofuku ramen or the sausage buns. Both were terrific. The hard cider drink (sorry, I forget the name) was tasty, too. Seating was a bit tight, and... More
We travelled from the UK for a week in NYC and wanted to head off the beaten track and headed to Rockwood Music Hall and after a handy pointer from some locals we headed here. Really buzzing place, really welcoming, great atmosphere and amazing food. Go, you will not be dissappointed!
We got to the front of the restaurant about 20 minutes before it opened. While we read the menu a line started to form behind us. We thought we might as well wait. I had the Momofuku ramen and it reminded me of my grandma's food (not because she was Asian - she most definitely was not - but because... More
This was the highlight of my recent trip to NYC. David Chang knows how to do it right and we lucked out that there was not a super long wait the night we checked it out. The pork buns and Ramen are the most amazing in the city. Authentic and delicious. Highly recommend.
Ramen's soup base was good and unique, just little bit heavy. Pork bun was awesome, whole thing melt in your mouth...overall, worth the wait..8 out of 10
I had been hearing about Momofuku for several years as a viewer of the Martha Stewart Show and wanted to be sure to squeeze in lunch during our NYC visit. I did not know that they accept reservations - next time I'll plan better. Although a beautifully designed space, the restaurant is not very large and packed with hungry customers.... More
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