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Momofuku Ko

Map & Directions 163 First Ave.
New York, NY 10003
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212-500-0831
  • Asian Fusion, New American
  • Sun,Mon,Wed,Thu,Fri,Sat 6:30pm-12am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Late Night
  • Beer, Wine
  • Accepted
  • No Parking

 
Member Reviews

  • fstabile wrote a review for Momofuku Ko
    on 07/19/10
    4

    I love that this place is not too expensive, good for sharing, and is always packed! Plus, the beers are only $5 which is a steal for the city. It's almost a bad thing that it's just down the street from me!

  • Aerailn wrote a review for Momofuku Ko
    on 05/07/10
    4

    It's really a bit more expensive than it should be, but it's fun, creative, innovative and fun! I had their fried chicken dinner as well as several appetizers and a dessert. The fried chicken itself was the most mundane part of the meal, but it was really tasty. The grilled ramps are yummy and fun/different, but really expensive for such a small onion dish. I had some of the... More >>

  • cpettit wrote a review for Momofuku Ko
    on 05/04/09
    4

    mmm, momofuku cookies. compost cookies, marshmallow cookie, it just doesn't end. grab one on your way onto the l train...

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Tips from foursquare

  • Bravo on 11/29/10

    Kevin Sbraga loves this place! -Kevin Sbraga, Top Chef

  • Bravo on 12/02/10

    This is a must-stop for me when I’m in NYC, but you can’t go wrong at any of David Chang’s restaurants. -Monica Pope, Top Chef

  • Nick B. on 03/06/09

    Hack the reservation algorithm and get into Momofoku Ko.

  • Momofoku's r always great experiences but dining at Ko is for sure the most incredible. Between molecular & asian food, favorite r the shaved foie gras & kimchi consomme with oysters + braised cabbage

  • The Corcoran Group on 04/15/10

    Try to get a reservation on Sunday afternoons, that is when the site is getting the least traffic. Thus making it the easiest to get the hardest reservation in town.

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