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High expectations based on the reputation of the company, but had just an ok experience.
The +: oysters and drinks
The -: had reservation, but had to wait in the outside area, the restaurant didn't bother to offer anything during the 30 minutes wait. The...More
We had a Sunday brunch at Momofuku as the farewell event of a three day wedding celebration.
The family had the top floor closed for us and the restaurant put out a brunch buffet.
Being the curious guy I am, I did two things -...More
We are leaving Momofuku now and planning to come back before we leave Toronto. The food is so good and the service is exceptional! The presentation and the taste are out of this world. I highly recommend this restaurant for Asian food lovers. We orders...More
Booked online for the Noodle Bar but when we arrived we were shown upstairs to Nikai (which has the same food menu as the Noodle Bar). I guess our faces had COCKTAILS written all over them. We were seated right at the bar with not...More
Upon arriving in the Toronto, I heard so much about this 3 story monstrosity, Momofuku, created by a New York chef, David Chang, to serve up noodles. I've also heard Toronto thinks it s the centre of the universe ( as does New York) so...More
This is part of the Momofuku building which includes multiple restaurants. Located on the second floor, this is the closest to a bar with food. We sampled cocktails, buns and ramen. The chicken bun was good and everything else was OK. Actually, the cocktails were...More
Not an excellent experience.
We order several appetizers, all of which were mediocre except the Okonomiyaki which was delicious. We then shared a beef ramen noodles. Unimpressive - it's easy to find ramen on Queen St. East that is less expensive and significantly better quality....More