Ko Reservation System Almost Online; Banks' Cafeteria Workers Strike

Momofuku Ko’s online reservation system will go live sometime before Saturday. Here’s hoping the inevitable Web traffic doesn’t kill the server. [Eater]

Cafeteria workers for many of the city’s largest investment banks have been on strike since Tuesday, since they’re taking home an average of $21,000 a year, which is what the average Goldman Sachs employee makes in less than two weeks. [NYDN]

Hallo Berlin! Germany has more three-Michelin-star restaurants than any other country — except France, of course. [NYT]

Peter Meehan reminds us that egg is a breakfast institution in Brooklyn, going so far as to call it the "Balthazar of Williamsburg." [Diner’s Journal/NYT]

All White Castle locations are giving away two free sliders to anyone who comes in between 1 and 2 a.m. this Sunday, in honor of daylight savings time. [Grub Street]

Lombardi’s and Naples 45 made this list of best pizzerias around the country. [Forbes Traveler]