Momofuku Las Vegas
Pork buns were amazing! Great service and atmosphere. Can’t wait to go back!
Food was delicious, a little pricey but great food.
Get the pork belly buns and salt and
It was average
Great experience and amazing food! The service there was amazing! Get the kimchi fish dish or the pork buns! Mouth drooling goodness!
Bring friends. This place is going to be better with more people to share the larger dishes. With only 2 people you miss out on a good portion of what makes this restaurant great.
All was great if i would change anything it might be slow down and let us enjoy the dishes at a slower pace we were in and out in less than an hour
We expected to be wowed by the food. Meh. It was more like home cooking. Had the chicken and it was basically average fried chicken. Might have preferred the Colonel’s. Sweet and sour beans were good as a side. Spicy cucumber meh. Great view of the strip from my table but that would be an exception. Restaurant was loud and energetic, staff was busy and professional, seemed genuinely interested in us having a good experience. Prices were medium, typical for Vegas.
Outstanding service and food was amazing!!!
It was my dads 80th birthday and I chose Chefs Choice menu and it was excellent.
Variety of dishes carefully chosen to make the experience unforgettable.
One of my favorite restaurants in Vegas:)
I made a reservation not knowing what I was getting into. I rolled in solo just to check it out... it was phenomenal food and a great dining experience! Highly recommend!
I used to live in NYC and was a frequent visitor. Was expecting the food to be at that level. Wasn’t bad just wasn’t what I was hoping for. Have to go visit NYC I guess.
A fairly loud, energetic spot with a focused menu that is great for groups. The menu is a modern, fresh take on many comfort dishes. Great flavours but some dishes fell short of the original dish that inspired them. Like most places on the strip, there is a trade off of substance for frills. Seating is comfortable and not too crowded. Service is attentive, though sparse. For a restaurant with so much seating, there are only two bathrooms. One had an ill-fitting bidet. Overall, I'm not sure I'd revisit. I've had much better experiences in the Momofuku empire in NYC and Toronto. At least there is a milk bar next door!
Easily the best meal I’ve ever had in my life. Get the short rib kimchi stew. You won’t regret it
This was our first visit to Momofuku. My husband and I were fortunate to have been served by Josh. He was extremely efficient and very friendly and knowledgeable. We started with the Hawaiian Kampachi and Pork Belly Buns. They were sooo delicious! I ordered the Grilled Pork Chops which were so tender and seasoned just right. My husband ate the Short Rib Kimchi Stew. That was very flavorful with lots of tender chunks of meat. Both dishes were prepared perfectly and were plentiful. This was a most enjoyable experience! We will definitely go back when we return to Las Vegas.
Our server was outstanding!!
Had some problems initially with my order, but the waitstaff and manager went above and beyond to make sure it was right. I love this place and will continue to visit every time in Vegas because everyone there cares about your experience.
Food was salty. My wife is from Korea so she prefers lighter tastes. I’m ok with salty foods usually but the ramen we had was a bit too salty for me. The pork was good, it was cooked well.
The service was below average. You could see the waiter grin when we didn't order drinks for everyone and didn't bother to check on us for most of the dinner.
It was just satisfactory!
Service sucked-wagyu A5 potatoes-NASTY, changed it to Pork Belly-Delicious, Short Rib-GOOD, Sea Bass-So So...Desert popcorn cake-, Good, we asked for Decaf their was None,
Too dam loud
Wasn’t what i expected. I felt like the value wasn’t there. The we ordered the uni and Kobe burger specials along with the duck fried rice. The fried rice was the only thing I would reorder. Something about both of the specials, the flavors did not pair. I like seasoning, but the potato pancake with the uni took away from the uni instead of complimenting. We didn’t try the ramen, which seemed to be what everyone was ordering so maybe we just ordered wrong.
Everything was AMAZING. Worth every penny we cannot wait to go back
This was one of the best meals I have ever eaten. We were treated to a phenomenal night of great food in a wonderful ambiance.
Service can be spotty and the crowd is hit or miss but the food is undoubtedly delicious.
Overall it was a good experience. The food was very good and because we shared family style, it ended up very affordable! The dining area was nice but maybe where we were located the atmosphere lacked a little.
I can’t wait to go back. This was the best tasting food I have had.
Our awesome waitress understood when we said we didn’t like the good ne’er noodles, and replaced them with ramen without question. So appreciate this!!!
Pork buns were delicious!
Fantastic food, service and ambience for wife's bday. Really enjoyed l the flavors and textures. Staff was great. Well done.
Super fun meal. Having been to Momofuku a couple times in Australia this was a wildly different experience. The menu was great and everything was done well
Great for groups! Reservations were available and the food was DELICIOUS. The portions were large, and we were able to share a few dishes between five people!
The cocktails and shishito peppers appetizer we got were excellent. The steak we got as an entree was just pretty good. The place is cool on the inside, loud but not too loud to hear each other.
I was expecting much more from the food. We got the family style lobster and shrimp dish, and while the lobster was delicious, there was so much fried “breading” that you could barely find the seafood. Than my wine had clums of residue in the glass because the server finished the bottle in my glass. The somalie actually defended the residue as “done in purpose and good for me”. When you pay $20 for a glass of wine I’d expect to be able to drink it without clumps of residue. The pork belly and cucumbers appetizers were good, but the noodle dish was amateurish and overly expensive for what we got. There are hundreds of restaurants off strip that would put their noodle dish to shame.
This was incredible. I was inspired to come here after seeing the NY location featured on Chef’s Table (Netflix), and I was not disappointed. My husband and I ordered the chef’s tasting menu with a budget of $150 per. We enjoyed steak, crab, bone marrow, sea bass, truffled ramen, hash browns, and tuna tartar topped with shaved foie gras. Of course, we finished with “crack pie”. The best part was how unique everything was, but remained accessible and it was absolutely delicious.
Had a great experience
Went for my husbands 30th birthday and the experience was amazing.
Great atmosphere. Noteworthy art installation. Went with two others, was fun to share small plates and a couple entrees. Great flavors, well-executed dishes. Recommended!
The food is incredible. you will never eat anything bad. I was very disappointed that they did not have their special fried chicken dish that we had last year. I learned that they change up their menu every year.
This place was definitely over hyped. Steep prices, and the food was nothing special.