Momofuku CCDC offers group dining and private dining featuring customizable set menus.
Sat, Sun 11:00 am–3:00 pm
Mon–Fri 11:30 am–3:00 pm
Mon–Wed, Sun 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
Thu–Sat 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
Mon–Fri 5:00 pm–7:00 pm
New Year's Eve Special Menus & Offers
Join us on New Year's Eve for a five course tasting menu by Chef Tae Strain and the CCDC team. Our prix fixe menu is $95 per person. Please note we will not be offering a la carte dinner service.
Monday, December 31, 2018
Server recommended something that was not good. We barely touched that dish. An observant server would have asked if there was something amiss. I asked for honey with my coffee and was assured I would get honey but then I was brought sugar. Overall, sloppy. Not worth the nearly $100 spent for brunch.
We went to DC for a long over due date night. We saw David on Netflix and were interested in trying his food. We were pleasantly surprised at the value and the selection. We weren’t really sure what type of food to expect but pulled the trigger on the chicken after seeing a lot of people eating it. It was spicy but not so much that two regular pallets couldn’t finish the whole plate with big smiles. Except for the peppers in the salad which we picked around easily. 2 drinks, spicy cucumber and the half chicken as well as two deserts and capucino ran about 120 bucks. We had a great time and had attenitve but not pestering service. It is a crowded place and the background noise is pretty loud but not club like. Over all we really enjoyed it and will be returning the next time in DC.
It was great!
Too much lemongrass in the curry dish that accompanies the duck. It would be better to serve smaller portions so diners have more choice instead of needing to share entrees. Given the cost, it was overall disappointing.
Great food. Great service.
We enjoyed the service, presentation, and delicious food. A wonderful experience and will return.
Food tasted good, but everything else was so-so at best. Trying too hard to be trendy. Menu is too limited. Waiter not only couldn't pronounce some of the things on the menu, he couldn't really explain what any of the too-cool foreign words in the menu item descriptions meant. My chickpea stew was barely over lukewarm in temperature and seemed to have tons of salt in it. What would be just a half- portion of tagliatelle with some pieces of lobster at an Italian restaurant was $27 or so. The decor of Cava or Chipotle with the prices of Morton's....
Great food. Great service.
As usual, Momofuku didn't disappoint for a fast business lunch. Food was great!
Everything was great. My only beef was that they were out of a lot of items (like the ribeye and duck).
Outstanding food in a nouveau, somewhat spartan setting. Go for the food — there were gaps in service and the place is loud. We had a good time and would return.
Disappointed ramen was no longer on the menu. We had the family share pork dish and it was just ok. Appetizers - gouza & flat bread were delish. Dessert from milk - crack pie - was incredible. Was just disappointed in the entree.
Enjoyed the Mom Bap and of course the crack pie was EVERYTHING.
Great food and service. Can’t wait to go back!
Loved it! My boyfriend and I celebrated our first anniversary here together, and we felt the food was amazing, we got great service, and we were able to stay on budget which was awesome.
It was a very nice surprise birthday dinner - thanks no small part to the accommodating staff! We enjoyed the varied and unique food options, and the wine recommendation was great. Most of all, ambiance and location were the biggest pluses about the dinner.
Momofuko is an energetic and very comfortable environment. Our server was fully informed about all items on the menu. He was very pleasant and available when needed. Indeed, the entire staff wa very well trained and comfortable.
There were 4 of us, all adventurous and educated eaters but with a range of differing food and taste preferences and limitations. When first seated I thought we were too close to the group of four who were right next to us, but as the evening transpired we barely noticed them, nor, I believe, they us, even though both groups were lively.
The cocktails were very tasty though the ones we drank could have used a bit more of a kick and the house list seemed a little heavy on gin drinks as if hoping for summer on what was a wet chilly night. One cucumber based cocktail came in a carafe, which worked very well for our group of imbibers. As starters and apps we had the troutfish dip, the spicy cuke salad, the crudo, the beets, and the fig, eggplant and ham preparation. As mains we shared the duck platter (which was a large to-be-shared entree) and the pasta with seafood. Each dish was special and everybody loved everything. The cooking is inventive but easily accessible and readily enjoyed. The execution is spot on. The duck platter in particular was amazing and bountiful. Also, it was alot of fun to be able to fashion together such an array of tastes. I'm not sure how well the evening would have worked had we not been able to agree on the duck platter. There were a number of interesting large plate options on the menu, but building the meal around one of the "family-style" dishes seems to be the way to go. On the night we went there only two such options: the other,a beef, lamb and noodle broth based offering, looked and smelled like a lot of fun.
All in all, we had a great time and highly recommend Momofuko, either as a go-to place or for special occassions.
What a hugely disappointing experience. We hadn’t been to Momofuku in a while so we had no idea they completely re-vamped the menu and took away basically all of the ramen it was know for. There was one noodle dish that was meant to be shared for $61 and we didn’t even get it bc we saw another table had it and it wasn’t that much food. We also were incredibly insulted by our waiter. We had just sat down and were looking at the wine list when he interrupted us and said ‘you probably want to look at the drinks by the glass menu since it would be more accessible for you’. Excuse me? Don’t assume our price point. And then when I did order a glass of wine it was one of the tiniest pours I’ve ever had. The food itself was okay, not great. And the slice of birthday cake was stale. Huge disappointment with no plans to return.
Wonderful atmosphere, attentive service, creative and tasty dishes, and bing bread! What else could you want? I had high expectations going in and they exceeded on every front. The service impressed me the most- our waiter was constantly checking in to ensure that our food and drinks were up to our standards. And he looked like he was having fun, too. Definitely made us feel at home.
Our service here was excellent. They went above and beyond to accommodate our weird food allergies and made sure we were fed and watered at each step of our meal.
Overall disappointed...Food just ok and the service not great...staff were lack luster & rushed!
Interesting if limited menu. Mixed small and large plates best for “family style” dining. Several dishes were excellent— lentils, dumplings, dessert. Great service.
We had been to Momofuku for lunch a couple of times before and enjoyed it. This time we were disappointed. We shared a porchetta po'boy which was pretty good, although more like a banh mi than a po'boy. It came with a side dish of spicy cucumber with almond (almond crumbs, actually -- a tasteless preparation). We also shared three side dishes: the curried chicken fat rice (meh), the butternut squash with farro, etc. (a mix that didn't do it for either of us), and the Old Bay potato salad (the best of the lot, although not very exciting). I can't recall ever sending back a cup of coffee, but the cups of black coffee that my wife and I were served were truly awful -- bitter and foul-tasting -- and we sent them back practically untouched. (They were taken off the bill.)
The restaurant changed their menu and now none of my favorite dishes (e.g., ramen and pork buns) are available.
Everything we tried on the menu was delicious. Interesting flavors, great textures...a wonderful meal.
Absolutely fabulous for Brunch! Cultured butter bing, five spice porchetta, bread pudding French toast and Momo Bap....All dreamy!!! Staff super friendly and knowledgeable. Great experience.
Delicious, got the duck family style for 3 people. It came out in gorgeous presentation. We go here often, but this was our first time getting the family style and it was a good decision. One of our favorite spots in DC.
Excellent asian-themed food in a pleasant atmosphere (with interesting art) and meticulous and friendly service. Love the gruyere bing bread topping. Interesting drinks menu. Tasty appetizers and tasty family style roasted duck (generous portions for the 3 in our group).
We tried the 6 "sides" available for lunch as well as the momofoku version of bibimbop, the lamb sandwich, and the five spice
Porchetta sandwich. All were good to very good; but nothing that inspired us to come into DC to do it again. So, if we were in the neighborhood, we would come again, just wouldn't make a special trip to do so.
Missed the ramen and pork buns:)
When I was searching for a restaurant for my Dad’s birthday and Momofuku came up, I quickly decided to make a reservation based on a number of incredible experiences I’ve had at the Vegas location.
I should have done my research.
This was quite the disappointment in comparison. The food was good, don’t get me wrong—it just wasn’t anywhere near what I expected. The dish I was most looking forward to, the amazing duck, was not on the menu at all. In fact. I didn’t recognize any similarities.
Anyway, the food was mostly an 8/10; The bings were ok but would be better warm. I’d skip them. The chicken was a 9/10 and the lamb ramen was an 8.5/10. Very light on the lamb but good flavor. Branzino was an 8.5/10 as well. Nicely cooked with great seasoning.
Service was very good. Nice and friendly attentive staff.
Won’t be back. Wish it were better.
It was a big disappointment because the menu had changed completely and the signature dishes we had come to enjoy were no longer on the menu.
Awesome. Try everything
What a great experience! The staff was very friendly and attentive. The food was amazing!! Started off with one of the best bloody Mary’s I have ever had. Bing bread is a must! The shrimp and grits were the best I have ever had. The French toast bread pudding was anything but cliche. I will definitely be back!
Limited menu, but the food tasted amazing! Loved the bing bread and the grilled chicken was cooked perfectly.
Ambiance was good. I felt the food was overpriced for the serving sizes. The pork and Kimchi dumplings weren't filled very much and my Durum Tagliolini was small and was pretty much overpowered by the Thai basil.
This is a great restaurant but when we went for lunch on Sunday we could only order off a very limited brunch menu. I was hoping for a wider selection but the food was great none the less!
It was tasty, but nothing was really unique or exciting. Hard to live up to all the hype, but I would still recommend it. I heard they are revamping their menu with a new chef, so I might of hit it during the interim period.
Very tasty food, but perhaps just a little bit over-priced. BUT, the dumplings and the pork were exquisite!
Amazing service and deliciously unique flavors.
New lunch menu isn’t as good as the old menu.