Momofuku Ko

4.7126 Votes Currently Closed
  • Address: 8 Extra Pl, New York, NY 10003, United States, New York City
  • Timings: 06:00 pm - 11:59 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-2122038095
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Leisure

It is a humble yet really famous eatery in New York. Momofuku Ko is known for its lovely Asian accented American meals. They have recently also tied up with reserve to book two charity seats at 9:00 pm. It offers a multi-cuisine elaborate menu and comes under David Chang. The renewed Momofuku Ko is said to be more polished, less quirky and full of delicious meals. Once in New York you should definitely try visiting this place and giving atleast one meal here.

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  • Momofuku Ko Address: 8 Extra Pl, New York, NY 10003, United States, New York City
  • Momofuku Ko Contact Number: +1-2122038095
  • Momofuku Ko Timing: 06:00 pm - 11:59 pm
  • Time required to visit Momofuku Ko: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 0.36% of people who visit New York City include Momofuku Ko in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Momofuku Ko visit around 7 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Momofuku Ko

Wednesday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Momofuku Ko

People normally also visit National 9-11 Memorial Museum while planning their trip to Momofuku Ko.

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Momofuku Ko Reviews & Ratings

  • Very good meal at Ko - so in the main dining room you have the kitchen surrounded by a lovely deep wooden counter which seats around 16 people at it - note that it’s very spacious and there’s plenty of gap between you and the next diner at the counter. A couple of 4 person tables at the back too by the looks of it. Food was inventive and tasty, with the squid and crab doughnut being standouts. Everything was great and atmosphere in particular was relaxed, cool and high end for a special evening. Service was on point and friendly. Total time there was just under 2 hours for the full tasting menu for us. Total bill $665 for two people including a few glasses of wine/sake. Note this is one of the rare places where tip is included which was a nice surprise

  • Wonderful, high-end place. Professional in every format, but staff are kind and friendly as well! Had a great date night here because of it. The dishes are fun and unique in flavor, and will also fill you up well by the time dessert rolls around. - Gerri

  • I was a little disappointed, given the high expectations I had, based on the rave reviews and the high price ($255 for the set menu). The 3 stars are for the friendly service, the beautiful presentation of the food and the amazing Italian red wine I had (which was $35 per glass!). Was a little let down by the steak, which was the star of the menu. The meat was hard to chew on; the consomme that came before that was quite salty and I barely touched it, and don’t get me started with the salad that came with it...The dessert (usually my favorite part of a meal) was a complete let down as well. Overall, I am happy I tried it because this place has been really hyped up l. However, I don’t feel it was worth dropping $430 into - ate much better at other Michelin starred restaurants in New York, and for less money.

  • An all-round enjoyable meal with impeccable service and a great, comfortable atmosphere. Surprises like the foie tart for dessert abound. But most of the dishes were slightly too salty, and that something special to bump it up to five was missing.

  • Everything was nice but not close to justifying the price tag. The place had echoes of why it is important for food but they were faint echoes, the innovation and freshness where clearly in the past. The service was flat and felt like a put on. The boomer sound track echoing through the space - rock and roll feel I guess - was horrible. It's like a tangerine iMac - had it's time but it's past.

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