Daily: 5:30 - 10:30PM
Momofuku’s first restaurant on the West Coast is now open at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Chef David Chang and Opening Executive Chef Michael Chen collaborated on a menu that draws influence from all over the world, including the United States, Korea and Japan. The constantly evolving menu features steamed buns, noodles, and meat and seafood meant for sharing. There will also be various plays on classics, from prime rib to surf-and-turf (fried chicken and caviar).
Momofuku Las Vegas, designed by Toronto-based The DesignAgency in collaboration with Momofuku, draws inspiration from Las Vegas while maintaining roots in the design tradition of Momofuku restaurants in New York City, Sydney, Toronto and Washington, D.C. When guests arrive, they are greeted by a series of custom neon signs within the "Peach Bar." They are then led into the main dining room, which features glass, white oak, raw oiled steel, and concrete - elements mirrored at other Momofuku locations. Artist David Choe created a five-panel mural for the dining room. Both Chang and Choe are dog lovers, and the mural features Seve Chang (David’s dog) and Rosie (Choe’s beloved Rottweiler). A raised private dining room, lined with custom carpet that includes the Momofuku peach logo, overlooks the Las Vegas strip.
Established by Chef and Founder David Chang in 2004 with the opening of Momofuku Noodle Bar, Momofuku has grown to include 13 restaurants in New York City, Sydney, Toronto, Washington, D.C., and now, Las Vegas. The restaurants have gained worldwide recognition for their innovative take on cuisine.
Momofuku is located on the Level 2 of the Eastside Tower, adjacent to award-winning Chef Christina Tosi's Milk Bar.
David Chang is the chef and founder of Momofuku, which includes restaurants in New York City, Sydney, and Toronto, a highly acclaimed bakery founded by chef/owner, Christina Tosi, with multiple locations, and a best-selling cookbook and print journal called Lucky Peach. Momofuku originated in New York City, now home to Noodle Bar, Ssäm Bar, Ko, Má Pêche, Fuku, Fuku+, Nishi, Fuku at Madison Square Garden, and Booker and Dax.
David opened Momofuku Seiōbo, his first restaurant outside of New York City, at The Star in Sydney in October 2011. Momofuku Toronto, located in a three-story glass cube, debuted in the heart of downtown Toronto in 2012. The building is home to five concepts: Noodle Bar Toronto, Nikai, Milk Bar Toronto, Daishō and Shōtō. Most recently, Momofuku's first restaurant in Washington, D.C. opened in October 2015.