Talk about vice versa.
The chef is about to introduce proprietary Momofuku bönjis and hözons, or custom fermentations.
It's the gender issue, so obviously they went with suggestive food.
Are top restaurants headed toward a tipless future?
Next up: omakase.
"I just thought it would be fun."
Of course he likes his own the best.
Ramen theft is, in fact, a crime.
The Husk and Spotted Pig chefs are getting some headspace.
"A pretty ingenious way to drink coffee in the morning."
Silk suits, Air Jordans, strapless dresses, and more sartorial choices from last night's big event.
The trio of hugely famous chefs will prepare a $190 per-person five-course menu.
Expect the Momofuku chef to go into hiding next month.
Maybe the second one will land in Philly.
Do you really think David Chang's former top lieutenant would bother coming here is he thought we were all a bunch of mouth-breather, cheesesteak-eating rubes?
David Chang's former right-hand man says his forthcoming restaurant will be American rather than Asian.
Yes, burn sauce was involved.
The two chefs will riff on Italian cuisine through eight courses.
That's a lot of salt cod fried rice and Kung Pao pastrami.
The Echo Park locavore avoids being just "a parody of 2012 and of everything Chang was deriding in his figs-on-a-plate comment."