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Momofufu Noodle Bar



171 1st Ave
New York, NY 10003

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(212) 777-7773

Hours

  • Sunday: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Monday: 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Thursday: 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Friday: 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 2:00 am
  • Saturday: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 2:00 am

Cuisine: Bars


4.7 of 5.0 from 286 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • Maria KLong wait but worth it

    55555 by Maria K


  • Han APork buns were amazing. The ramen was ok.

    55555 by Han A


  • Mike Mahdavi YThe buns were amazing. Wrnt so crazy about the noodles.

    55555 by Mike Mahdavi Y


  • BuzzFeedOf all the ramen spots I've eaten at in NYC (and there are a lot), no other vegetarian ramen surpasses the salty miso broth, chewy noodles, and crispy chickpea crackers that make up this dish.

    55555 by BuzzFeed


  • CEP NNot what I expected!!!

    22222 by CEP N


  • Valentino PerezIf you want a basic intro to Ramen this is a good try.

    55555 by Valentino Perez


  • Shirley CCan't go wrong with the classic momofuku ramen

    55555 by Shirley C


  • EaterEven with a global empire, David Chang’s East Village prototype still best exemplifies his radical, game-changing approach to casual counter dining.

    55555 by Eater


  • Sean S.The Momofuku ramen is delicious. Do not be afraid to add the ssam sauce to anything. Also make sure to grab a desert from the milk bar!

    55555 by Sean S.


  • Mo LMomofuku ramen was delicious. Al Pastor buns were amazing, a must try!

    55555 by Mo L


  • Thaís APedi o básico Momofuku ramen e fui muito muito feliz! O lugar é cheio, viemos depois das 10pm e esperamos uns 10 min para mesa.

    55555 by Thaís A


  • Elizabeth ETheir braised beef buns, chicken wings and ramen are must-orders. Do not miss their shochu drinks too.

    55555 by Elizabeth E


  • Saba MLychee frozen drink is 👌👌👌

    55555 by Saba M


  • Kaitlin F.Chilled spicy noodles. Do it. The cashews are candied, and somehow that sweetness magically pairs with the spicy freshness of the basil sauce and the richness of the sausage. It's perfect!

    55555 by Kaitlin F.


  • Guest of a GuestMomofuku has stepped up their drink game with their soju infused slushies dispensed straight from a slushy machine. Flavors change seasonly, like the Strawberry Rhubarb and Spicy Lychee.

    55555 by Guest of a Guest


  • CW SThe Chilled Spicy Noodles with Sichuan Sausage and Cashews was an interesting dish. Surprising flavors from spinach & Thai basil. However, not as spicy as forewarned.

    55555 by CW S


  • Madam W.Mayan shrimp with spices, lettuce and chili oil $14 for 2, shittake mushroom buns $11 for 2, Kim chi white $5 is lighter than regular Kim chi $4. Alcoholic slushies $12

    55555 by Madam W.


  • La FPork ramen

    55555 by La F


  • Catarina S.There is one vegan option and it is delicious!! Go for it. Ginger and mushrooms noodle

    55555 by Catarina S.


  • Olivia P.If you're craving noodles but don't want something soupy then the ginger scallion noodles will satisfy and fill you up!

    55555 by Olivia P.


  • Philip VGreat pork buns, ramen

    55555 by Philip V


  • Gideon O.Some of the best ramen in NYC.

    55555 by Gideon O.


  • Aneli MLa sopa y los buns son geniales. Atención buena y rápida, si te sientan en la barra ves cómo preparan todo. No hay wi-fi

    55555 by Aneli M


  • Anna Zхотите попробовать лучший рамен в Нью-Йорке — тогда вам сюда!

    55555 by Anna Z


  • Martin RFadern till asian fusion (David Chang)... testa spicy noodles. Lång kö på kvällarna men enkelt om man vill ha ramen till lunch.

    55555 by Martin R


  • Colleen M.The fried chicken is to die for. Birthday cake truffles are heaven.

    55555 by Colleen M.


  • Andres DIf David Chang does one thing well it's the eggs

    33333 by Andres D


  • Mitch ABrisket bun

    55555 by Mitch A


  • Jessica sIt's well worth the wait!

    55555 by Jessica s


  • Felicia M.The ramen is just okay, but definitely have some brisket buns.

    55555 by Felicia M.


  • Qayser SThe Momofuku Noodles live up to expectations. Make sure to add some of their original spicy sauce to your order and try the soft serve for desert. Pop round a nearby bar while you wait.

    55555 by Qayser S


  • Sam SDelicious ramen. Great pork buns. Go all in and you won't be disappointed.

    55555 by Sam S


  • Zhenshuo FangHozon ramen is salty as hell :(

    33333 by Zhenshuo Fang


  • courtney schielaDefinitely worth sitting at the bar! It's super cool to watch the chefs cook.

    55555 by courtney schiela


  • Travis B.Worth the wait

    33333 by Travis B.


  • Nicole LMomofuku ramen😍 is delicious, one of the best ones ive had. And the pork buns are a most. Their desserts are pretty good too! I love their cookies, such a different flavor.

    55555 by Nicole L


  • Jeffrey Spicy cashew chilled noodles

    55555 by Jeffrey


  • Georgia 7The Momofuku Ramen is life-changing... It's the broth that does it. Watch the first season of "The Mind of a Chef" to truly appreciate how it's made.

    55555 by Georgia 7


  • Olga Z.Spicy miso ramen is incredible.

    55555 by Olga Z.


  • Pam ECan't go wrong with pork buns and ramen - at the bar.

    55555 by Pam E


  • Get My Grub On! AThe cold beef ramen was a game changer for me. Oh yeah and do get those rice cakes, no really, do.

    33333 by Get My Grub On! A


  • Jesse BPork buns, momofuku ramen, soy sauce egg

    55555 by Jesse B


  • Guido SBuns , buns, buns

    33333 by Guido S


  • FoodiesprOne of the best #Ramen ever, compare to one that I had in Hawaii, delicious!

    55555 by Foodiespr


  • Guido SBuns heaven

    55555 by Guido S


  • Jonathan C.Noodles? No. Pork buns? Yaasss

    33333 by Jonathan C.


  • Jimmy C.Brisket buns are definitely worth the wait

    55555 by Jimmy C.


  • Sonia BarreiraRealmente muito bom. Mas a gente sente um certo stress e alguma pressa. Acabamos em vinte minutos!!! O cardápio é difícil de entender. Comemos uma espécie de nhoque de arroz fantástico. Voltarei!

    55555 by Sonia Barreira


  • timoni w.The best time to go is like, 3:36 on a Tuesday.

    55555 by timoni w.


  • GlebDon't order wine - they don't pour a full glass.

    33333 by Gleb


  • Kevin Y.Get the brisket bun and Momofuku Ramen. Why deviate from the best?

    55555 by Kevin Y.


  • Rafi Romerofried egg bun was excellent. shrimp bun was pretty good too. ramen was standard (would like it more with more egg and more scallions).

    55555 by Rafi Romero


  • Fati LI appreciate that not all the ramen here is a pork based broth, that being said I thought it was just ok

    33333 by Fati L


  • Jade L.The ramen here really isn't that great...but fun times watching the chefs at work (or rather counting how many times they drop things).

    33333 by Jade L.


  • Thomas PajorThe Ramen is great but I found the place to be on the expensive side.

    55555 by Thomas Pajor


  • Ashley RudolphMomofuku ramen is everything. It's huge so come hungry or share with a friend.

    55555 by Ashley Rudolph


  • Natalia CruzBe patient, because you will wait like an hour for a table. Try the brisket buns and of course the Momofuku ramen, if you are looking for something really hot try the Chilled Spiced Noodles.

    55555 by Natalia Cruz


  • Aviv SLegendary pork belly buns and ramen. Go for the miso chicken.

    55555 by Aviv S


  • Paul H.Try the Spicy Cucumber (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Paul H.


  • VoiceStreetThe Momofuku Ramen is the star here. Luscious dark broth, succulent pork, crisp seaweed, squishy egg: There's a reason this dish inspired an international trend.

    55555 by VoiceStreet


  • Nick LeeMomufuku ramen.

    55555 by Nick Lee


  • Thomas /Um ganz ehrlich zu sein: ich bin total enttäuscht von dem momofuku Imperium! Suppe maximal Durchschnitt - Buns ok. Düsseldorf kann locker mithalten. Und hier in NYC: Ippudo!

    55555 by Thomas /


  • MonrixTotally worth the wait. If you are not into early dining it's even better. Got there 11ish and didn't wait for that long. The food is amazing, try the buns! Desserts didn't do it for me though

    55555 by Monrix


  • A V.Avoid the lines. Go very late.

    33333 by A V.


  • Mike M.The OG. They are trying some new stuff (Hozon Ramen with chickpeas and kale), but the Momofuku Ramen and buns are still the way to go.

    55555 by Mike M.


  • Chris B.If you're a group of two you won't have to wait long on a weeknight or weekend before 7pm

    55555 by Chris B.


  • Kourosh BehnamDelicious shiitake mushroom buns! This place is a 'trendy' NYC ramen house. Momofuku means lucky peach. Was in a food coma after I left.

    55555 by Kourosh Behnam


  • Nathan W.Come here for a pork bun maybe; there are much better ramen places in the city.

    55555 by Nathan W.


  • Harish H.Pork buns were awesome. I've had better ramen in the city though.

    55555 by Harish H.


  • Felipe CThe best Ramen you ever tasted! Very crowd come early!

    55555 by Felipe C


  • Daniel T.Came for the Ramen, stayed for the Buns

    33333 by Daniel T.


  • Alyssa B.Ra-ra-ramen for days here. Broth is amazing, noodles cooked perfectly. Get the brussel sprouts to start, they're bomb.

    55555 by Alyssa B.


  • Luis ShimabukuroUm dos melhores lamen que já comi! Peça o da casa que é muito bom e tem boas brejas pra acompanhar a refeição!

    55555 by Luis Shimabukuro


  • Lea CeasrineMomofuku Ramen Bowl + Ginger Scallion Noodles! noodz 💚

    55555 by Lea Ceasrine


  • Alejandro MenaPork Buns.

    55555 by Alejandro Mena


  • Edward E.Momofuku ramen and pork buns!!!!

    55555 by Edward E.


  • Mark L.Order the fried chicken 24 hours in advance. Enjoy with a Tiger beer. Everything on the menu is frickin amazing. Momofuku ramen, pork buns, seasonal items...David Chang is a genius.

    55555 by Mark L.


  • Liz LenahanTry the spicy cold noodles, always delicious.

    55555 by Liz Lenahan


  • Valerie S.Momo's A grade from NYC's Dept. Of Health is back. Word: a refrigerator's temp is down a degree or so.

    33333 by Valerie S.


  • Duncan C.The buns are fantastic. As is the ramen.

    55555 by Duncan C.


  • Nik W.Decent ramen.

    55555 by Nik W.


  • Ezgi TPork buns!

    55555 by Ezgi T


  • Clarissa BWas told a 49 min wait, but was seated in 15. Get the brisket buns.

    22222 by Clarissa B


  • Michael M.Brisket bun is incredible. Get it even if you arent a huge brisket fan. Yuzu Arnold Palmer was great too.

    55555 by Michael M.


  • Rishi EPork buns, shrimp buns, momofuku ramen

    55555 by Rishi E


  • Ryan B.Spicy miso was good - not too salty. The egg dissolved into the broth for a nice flavor and consistency. The noodles worked well. Chicken lacked flavor and wasn't my favorite.

    33333 by Ryan B.


  • siewPork buns.

    55555 by siew


  • Phoenix 💥💥💥One of David Chang's restaurants

    55555 by Phoenix 💥💥💥


  • AllisonNice buns!

    55555 by Allison


  • corbett3000Everything

    55555 by corbett3000


  • Omer Z.The off-menu kimchee stew is epic and the ginger scallion noodles are surprisingly delicious.

    55555 by Omer Z.


  • ErinMomofuku ramen does not disappoint! Seems like a small portion because the bowl is so gigantic. But serving is plenty for one. Pork is succulent and broth is fatty...Just as it should be.

    55555 by Erin


  • Olen STry the smoked wings!

    55555 by Olen S


  • Sunny ChenD. Chang's best ramen creation.

    55555 by Sunny Chen


  • Jessi D.Not very vegetarian friendly - surprisingly, even the Brussels sprouts weren't safe! You can ask for the shiitake buns to be made vegetarian, and the scallion noodles are as well.

    55555 by Jessi D.


  • Rania JEverybody loves the pork buns, but make sure to order their amazing Korean kimchi stew! It's off the menu but they'll make it for you. Enjoy that spiciness while sitting at the back bar.

    55555 by Rania J


  • Kavita G.Always order the seasonal dishes. There are some talented chefs in here and they let their creativity out on the seasonal dishes.

    55555 by Kavita G.


  • Jonathan V.Pork buns are a must.

    55555 by Jonathan V.


  • Andrew P.What to Order: Momofuku ramen, with pork belly, pork shoulder, and a poached egg.

    55555 by Andrew P.


  • Xavier S.Get the Momofuku Ramen which comes with pork shoulder and pork belly.

    55555 by Xavier S.


  • Paige A.Start with the Brussels sprouts!

    55555 by Paige A.


  • Ryan G.pork rolls

    55555 by Ryan G.


  • Mark D.Fast, friendly and great food. Don't let the lines intimidate you, worth the wait!

    55555 by Mark D.


  • Chelsea D.#fabuLIST #DubiDO spicy ramen noodle (includes a poached egg) and could easily feed two, pork buns (2 per order), shiitake mushroom buns, and Brussels sprouts. Yum!

    55555 by Chelsea D.


  • Michael M.Eat everything .

    55555 by Michael M.


  • John G.This place is not good at all. The ramen is smoky and has very little flavor of it's own. The pork buns are alright. If you want good ramen, go to 2nd ave and 8th st around the corner -- Misoya.

    33333 by John G.


  • Sej D.The shiitake buns are a vegetarian's dream. Must must get!

    55555 by Sej D.


  • MikeKimchi jar FTW! I coulda are 5. Underwhelmed by the signature ramen. Good but lacked a definitive kick/Slam dunk...

    33333 by Mike


  • Meggan M.Ramen and pork buns. Amazing!

    55555 by Meggan M.


  • Josh C.momofuku ramen!

    55555 by Josh C.


  • Christine W.The Cap'n Crunch Cake Truffles are amazing! They're definitely more filling than they look. Perfect for sharing!

    55555 by Christine W.


  • Angela H.lemme get in on dat pork bun action. 🍜🍜🍜

    55555 by Angela H.


  • Pear H.I don't find Ramen is that good as everyone said. Anyway it full in 5 mins when door opens!

    33333 by Pear H.


  • Pear H.The open kitchen is cool, but I don't find Ramen is that good as everyone said. Anyway it full in 5 mins when door opens!

    33333 by Pear H.


  • Eliza F.A NYC must-visit. Of course, get one of the ramen choices, but don't forget the pork buns. Oh, the pork buns <3 They are delicious.

    55555 by Eliza F.


  • Arnold B.Don't waver. Momofuku ramen + pork buns are all you need. Instant classic, the hype is real. The bowl is more than enough. 20 minute wait for lunch on weekends.

    55555 by Arnold B.


  • Ivy C.Service not that great ... the noodle base very salty

    33333 by Ivy C.


  • Kari Y.Not worth the wait, the bun was ok, salad is not worth the price, noodle super salty :( not coming back for sure.

    33333 by Kari Y.


  • AngelNom, nom, nom!!

    55555 by Angel


  • laura h.don't miss out on the chilled spicy noodles!

    55555 by laura h.


  • SassConfEverything here is fantastic. Get the pork buns.

    55555 by SassConf


  • Charles D.Get the corn featuring Allen Benton's bacon before the summer's over. Ridiculous.

    55555 by Charles D.


  • Brian N.There's no better ramen in Manhattan. Get the Momofuku bowl - and you'd better eat that pork belly strip.

    55555 by Brian N.


  • Olivier N.Forget all the wings you ate. These are simply the best chicken wings you'll ever eat. No joke. Try them!

    55555 by Olivier N.


  • Kim P.Yo, they weren't kidding about them SPICY chilled noodles.

    55555 by Kim P.


  • Anna D.So worth the wait! Ginger scallion noodles and heirloom tomato salad, hell yes!

    55555 by Anna D.


  • Valerie S.Vegetable ramen is a satisfying meal based in mushroom broth flavored with parmesan rind. Top toppers: shitake mushrooms and roasted tomatoes.

    55555 by Valerie S.


  • Angelica B.Vegetarian noodles the best

    55555 by Angelica B.


  • Ari S.El Momofuku Ramen está muy bueno, el Pork Belly Buns tenía demasiada grasa la sopa

    55555 by Ari S.


  • Lisann A.Kimchi stew!

    55555 by Lisann A.


  • TastyMontrealTry the Momofuku Ramen - Pork Belly, Pork Shoulder & Poached Egg. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by TastyMontreal


  • TastyMontrealTry the Pork Buns - Pork buns. Bite into a thick, ultimately tender pork belly cooked fabulously. Best pork buns ever. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by TastyMontreal


  • Thomas R.Yummy ramen... with hot sauce!! :p

    55555 by Thomas R.


  • Desiree M.Prawn ramen...hella good. It has green curry in it :)

    55555 by Desiree M.


  • Melissa R.Manager guy was very rude. Don't come here if you wanna have fun.

    22222 by Melissa R.


  • ศศิ ร.No no chef i don't like it when you use your bare hand to pick up noodle from boiler and put in your mouth :(

    33333 by ศศิ ร.


  • Urban CompassDavid Chang’s mecca for noodles draws crowds and long wait times, but the pork buns and Momofuku Ramen are worth every minute spent waiting to dine at this casual eatery.

    55555 by Urban Compass


  • Ayami W.Extremely underwhelming. Momofuku ramen was too salty and the chilled spicy noodles were not salty enough. Pork buns were mediocre.

    33333 by Ayami W.


  • The Corcoran GroupQuoted wait times are often way off from what the hostess tells you. Be sure to hang around close by and constantly check in, as you typically can be seated sooner than expected.

    33333 by The Corcoran Group


  • Valerie S.Oregon-born Momokawa Junmai Nigori offers a departure from the usual sake experience.

    55555 by Valerie S.


  • Thom P.The best you could possibly do ramen is done here, but overall disappointing considering the massive hype. Pork belly buns & pancake truffles are worth a go.

    55555 by Thom P.


  • Jessica L.As a vegan I was happily fed here. Started off with the sake slushy, then shiitake bun, then ginger scallion ramen. The noodles were perfectly cooked! I do wish the veg ramen had broth but still yum!

    55555 by Jessica L.


  • 40deucePray to god they have brisket buns on the day you go. Better than the pork buns, and I love the pork buns

    55555 by 40deuce


  • christina s.the spicy miso ramen with smoked chicken is great!

    55555 by christina s.


  • Smart S.This place is a five-guys style ramen restaurant. They put coleslaw in buns.

    55555 by Smart S.


  • BettyHands down better, fresher and lighter than ippudo's pork buns. (And I know my buns.)

    55555 by Betty


  • Alex's J.pork bun to die for

    55555 by Alex's J.


  • Time Out New YorkThe first issue of Lucky Peach—David Chang's quarterly magazine, published by McSweeney's—includes a travelogue of the chef's ramen-eating adventures in Tokyo.

    55555 by Time Out New York


  • Genoa T.Over hyped and over priced for the quality of the food. Very disappointed. Go somewhere in Jackson heights or china town for better food.

    33333 by Genoa T.


  • Nader F.Get the pork buns!

    55555 by Nader F.


  • MaximSoft serve at the moment: cream cheese sage -- AMAZING

    55555 by Maxim


  • Christine E.pork buns. omg.

    55555 by Christine E.


  • Michael T.Don't sleep on the Duck Sausage Rice Cakes and Brisket Buns!

    55555 by Michael T.


  • Chema V.El "pret a porter" de David Chang. No dejes de probar su Ramen.

    55555 by Chema V.


  • MyaPork buns are ridiculous, so soft... and ramen is insanely delicious. I don't even know the words... Love. That's the right word.

    55555 by Mya


  • Phil M.The pork buns will change your life.

    55555 by Phil M.


  • Adam T.Extremely limited vegetarian options.

    55555 by Adam T.


  • Kyle Dean R.get the pork buns. it's like eating a cloud.

    33333 by Kyle Dean R.


  • Fanny C.Better pork buns than ippudo but certainly not better ramen

    55555 by Fanny C.


  • Ekaterina T.No excuses ( except maybe religion ) to not get the pork buns

    22222 by Ekaterina T.


  • Catherine P.If you don't want to wait 2 hrs at Ippudo, walk down two avenues and enjoy a spicy miso ramen & shiitake buns here instead (which is much better FYI).

    55555 by Catherine P.


  • Manan K.Expensive place. Nothing here for vegetarians except disappointment. Even the noodles contain egg.

    33333 by Manan K.


  • Ben L.5:30 any night of the the week you're sitting right down. 5:50, 30 minute wait.

    33333 by Ben L.


  • Sammy G.Chilled noodles with duck sausage were awesome but pretty spicy!

    55555 by Sammy G.


  • Nilo cCan have gluten free dish but no desert...

    55555 by Nilo c


  • Tim J.Bring two friends. Get 300 ml of nama honjozo. Get the pork buns. Get a small side. Get the ramen. Oh, and, if you can stand the heat, get the spicy noodles.

    55555 by Tim J.


  • John H.The chilled spicy noodles with Sichuan sausage are the best thing on the menu IMHO. Try them!

    55555 by John H.


  • Justin H.The fried chicken is DANK

    33333 by Justin H.


  • Aneri S.Get the Momofuku noodles with kimchee on the side. Heavenly.

    55555 by Aneri S.


  • Elton J.very nice boodle bar

    55555 by Elton J.


  • Elton J.really authentic noodle bar

    55555 by Elton J.


  • Kevin C.Everything is awesome

    55555 by Kevin C.


  • Jonathan B.Get the peanut butter and ritz cracker soft serve twist with sea salt and grape purée

    55555 by Jonathan B.


  • João C.Dessert was terrible, I hope due to an off day. But everything else was terrific, from the octopus salad to the chilly and really spicy noodles. No wonder it is full every night.

    33333 by João C.


  • Peter T.If you happen on this place on a cold day and end up sitting at the bar, there are coat hangers under the tables.

    33333 by Peter T.


  • VoiceStreetCritics' Pick winner of The Village Voice Best of NYC 2012 Best Ramen!

    55555 by VoiceStreet


  • MoRizaTry the Momofuku Ramen Noodle Bowl - One of my favorite in the city. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by MoRiza


  • Kimberly W.Get the buns. Don't bother with the sangria slushie.

    33333 by Kimberly W.


  • Wendy H.got ramen and delicious pork fat buns

    55555 by Wendy H.


  • Maral A.Pork buns, brisket & corn all amaazing and light!

    55555 by Maral A.


  • CultivoraMomofuku takes no reservations, so go on a weeknight to avoid the peak-time crowds.

    55555 by Cultivora


  • Mike C.Try the Spicy Miso Ramen - Smoked chicken, scallion, sesame (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Momofuku ramen - Pork belly, pork shoulder, poached egg (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Pork Buns (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Mike C.Try the Brisket Buns (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Denis S.Stomach-warming ramen in wintertimez mmm mmm mmmmMMMmmmmm...

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  • Ken L.Pork Buns are to die for!

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  • BethMust have the pork buns!

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  • Tom N.Chilled spicy ramen is signature here. Very good!

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  • Teresa W.the noodles don't compare to Ippudo, but the pork buns make it worth a visit

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  • Chelsea L.The pork buns are absolutely amazing!

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  • D S.Look for smoked wings—punched up with garlic and pickled chile—on the late-night menu and sometimes at lunch.

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  • Ray L.Modern pork buns should be why you come. Even for a traditionalist when it comes to Chinese food, it's pretty fantastic. Ramen is average, would still go to Ipuddo for that. Ambiance/music are pluses.

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  • Shermans TravelThe noodle bar is still the best place to sit.

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  • GourmetLiveFood blogger Cristi of Pip Cooks recommends Momofuku Noodle Bar. "The unsung hero of the menu is the roasted rice cakes, which are at once crispy and chewy, and doused with chili sauce."

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  • Olivier N.I could live on a desert island eating Momofuku wings with a side of rice.

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  • Jesse K.food doesn't even compare to ippudo, and the chaotic and claustrophobic atmosphere all buts ruins the experience.

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  • Price P.Best non-Sushi Japanese in the area, possibly the city.

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  • jessica m. h.soju slushies!

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  • Jake S.Get The Pork Buns.

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  • Gentrifried ChickenFried chicken: Do it! We like the Korean better than the Southern-style here but the fried chicken sides are by far the best in city. Reservations are getting a little easier to come by too!

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  • The Food SlutsTry to grab a seat at the bar. Great if you're flying solo, too. We loved the (classic) Momofuku ramen ($16).

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  • Slow Food NYCHappy to award the Snail of Approval to Momofuku Noodle Bar

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  • Bin Y.Classic from David Chang. Gotta get some of that pork buns too with your big bowl of ramen.

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  • Bin Y.The ramen is good, but the pork buns are amazing.

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  • Nicole H.Ramen is overrated for me. But if i must choose, I prefer spicy miso over the momofuku ramen

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  • M B.Unique, luscious takes on ramen. Try the fusion dishes and as many tapas as you can afford. When it's in season, the soju-spiked yuzu slushie is the most refreshing - and addictive - drink in town.

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  • Babs H.Go for the pork buns! Get the brisket buns too and share with your partner; they come 2 to an order

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  • Shana R.A great place to dine solo, sit by the kitchen and order the steamed shiitake buns

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  • Tina Y.Must try the ice cream!!!

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  • Russell S.Don't expect good service. The hostess won't even put your name down unless your entire party is eating their time waiting.

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  • Jess C.My choice for the best pork buns. The Ginger Scallion Noodles is also delicious.

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  • Nina C.The octopus is to die for.

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  • Christopher T.We need to tackle the fried chicken dinner!

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  • Andrew L.Awesome ramen and succulent pork buns. What else needs to be said?

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  • Robbie C.Huge ramen portions may leave you tempted to skip the buns, but you'd be missing out. Try the spicy shrimp bun.

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  • Laurel B.Try the Crispy Snap Peas - Sooo fresh (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Fábio M.Try the Kimbap (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Janet Y.Everyone knows about pork bun. Try the shrimp ....you will love when you try your first bite!!!

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  • Christina Y.Chilled spicy ramen is the best!

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  • joan l.Stop by Milk bar after!!

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  • Todd B.The octopus salad is fantastic!

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  • Haley J.I considered changing my relationship status to in a relationship with momofuku pork buns. TRY ALL THE BUNS.

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  • David L.Get Awesome.

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  • Sarah J.Spicy noodles, kimchi, and a giant Asahi.

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  • David D.Pork buns and ramen are must-haves. Daily specials are consistently great, but often sell-out early.

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  • Tiffany L.Pork buns !

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  • Belle L.While the ramen is always delicious, chilled spicy noodles with cashews and sausage are also a must.

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  • Anthony S.Try the Soy Sauce Egg - Great way to start the meal!!

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  • Juan P.Great food. Usually a bit of a wait, especially on weekends. Hostess could use an attitude adjustment.

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  • OdoGreat noodle bar just love it

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  • NatalieMomofuku ramen

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  • Jay H.Don't miss the soy sauce egg. If you're veggie, the shiitake buns are unparalleled.

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  • Danny L.The chilled spicy noodle is so delicious!!! Very spicy. Yum

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  • Jason MAsk for the kimchi stew. The best thing not on the menu.

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  • Joe O.Spicy noodles are the ones you should look for when visiting. Yum!

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  • Martin C.Just been here once. It's was really salty. The pork buns were good though. Go to Ippudo for the noodles.

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  • Helen S.i'm a big broth person and they don't give you as much b/c they don't want the toppings to get soggy. but still good.

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  • shannon k.Ginger scallion noodles are my go to...everytime! All apps are awesome, kimchi jar, pork (shrimp for me must have), roasted rice cakes are also amazing!

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  • Ajit V.RS says: Try the Momofuku Ramen. "2 kinds of pork (roast belly and shredded shoulder), flowers of fishcake, whole sheets of nori and a science cheffy egg."

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  • Kayla L.Not the best ramen in NY, but comforting none the less. You come for the pork buns here.

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  • Blake S.Sit at the bar in the back and watch the chefs cook. They are amazing.

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  • Ben R.Wait in line. Do what it takes to get your hands on a bowl of ramen. Also suggested: Smoked brook trout and the pork buns.

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  • Sage R.Mexican corn Momofuku style & shitake buns. So much better than you can possibly imagine!

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  • Diego Z.Ramen, brisket, duck rillette, pork and shiitake buns.

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  • Peter Y.Go for variety and share it, esp the smoke brisket. The hot sauce on the buns is rocking too. If you are down with the spice, try the cold noodles.

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  • Christopher T.This place is a must-try. Order their pork buns. These things are like Peking Duck wraps on 'roids. You'll want more of them, until you realize you didn't even have the main course yet. When it comes

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  • Jenny W.Best stuff in the world. That cashew/spinach dish will burn your mouth right off. Beg for them to bring the tsukemen back - it's the ideal summer dish!

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  • Doctor K.Try the Ginger scallion noodles - Hit the spot!

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  • The Feast$100 gets you 2 whole fried chickens. One is done Southern style, with Old Bay; the other, triple-fried Korean style. Don't see it on the menu? It's pre-order only. [Definitive Fried Chicken List]

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  • shannon k.ginger scallion noodles are the BEST!

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  • Diego R.What noodles! everyone makes the pilgrimage to this small, crowded, low-key place to order the Momofuku ramen, a yummy, excellent soup. An absolute must.

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  • Meg TALWAYS order the pork buns. They will melt in your mouth every time.

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  • Darrell W.They must microwave their meals pre-made like olive garden if they can't take the sweetbreads out of a seared tuna dish.

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  • Shami L.The pork buns are to die for!!!

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  • Jill B.we did the 'shrimp' buns for a change and they were fab. Good if you don't want all that meat up front.

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  • Belkis C.Do yourself a favor and order the kimchi jar. Best kimchi ever.

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  • Jane D.Pork buns, not in a bun. Melts in your mouth.

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  • Lisa DLove the food but don't get the lychee slush, its powdery!

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  • FoodspottingTry the Coconut Shrimp and Spicy Rice Noodlr

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  • Shanna KShrimp Buns are soo delicious!

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  • James Y.Fried chicken dinner!!

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  • RickTry the Momofuku Ramen Noodle Bowl

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  • FoodspottingTry the Ginger scallion noodles

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  • Jonathan L.Try the Momofuku Ramen Noodle Bowl

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  • FoodspottingTry the Hamachi Carpaccio

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  • James T.Forget about the ramen. Get the spicy noodle. Heed my warning it spicy! This place's noodle dishes are serve in large portion.

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  • Sarah D.This placed is definitely hyped up for me. I've had better packaged noodles. The broth & meat were lovely, but the restaurant is called Momofuku Noodle Bar, I'm afraid the noodles didn't shine for me.

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  • James BCan you figure out the name of the two gents in the photo just outside the bathroom?

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  • Carrie M.Awesome food! They are not kidding about the Chilled Spicy Noodles. Good thing there's plenty of water. :)

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  • EveDon't know what to get? You MUST order the Pork Steamed Buns as an appetizer. Try the Momofuku Ramen and enjoy it with the Piña Colada Soju! Bon Appetit!!

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  • Evan Jmmmmm... awesome. no other words needed.

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  • Melissa K.Life is good when you've got Momofuku's pork buns and ramen to eat.

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  • Lauren P.the ramen! ugh so goodthe homemade ice cream not so much..

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  • Jesse C.Great food and atmosphere. Tight fitting spots, leave the puffy coat and or shopping bags at home!

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  • Daniel D.Spicy noodle was amazing.

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  • Janet C.Best pork buns, ramen and brisket in NYC!

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  • Matt D.One of my favorite restaurants in town. Nuff said.

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  • Hila R.Go to Noodle Bar and you must order the Pork Buns they're ridiculously incredible, and if you want a spicy challenge get the spicy ramen with a 22oz beer

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  • Jay M.Momofuku Ramen, Soju Slushee, and sort serve (whatever flavor). No need to try anything else!

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  • Steve JGo to Momofuku noodle bar get the pork steamed buns and the chilled spicy noodles

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  • Kelly McCarthyHave the fried chicken dinner (it's worth the online reservation hassle!)

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  • Jarrod S.get the pork buns

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  • Jason L.kimchee stew and pork bun while sitting at the back bar watching the chefs

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  • Kathryn Y.Go to Momofuku Noodle Bar and order everything but the ramen.

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  • Amanda D.Pork neck ramen, anytime.

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