About Momofuku Ko
Momofuku Ko is permanently closed.
Momofuku Ko has always been the crown jewel of the David Chang empire, with a 10 course, 3-hour experience that rivals any of the great tasting menus in New York. However, right on the other side of the main dining room is the Bar at Ko, a tiny room with some of the most fun and affordable food in the city. For years I would pop in after service for a burger, some cold fried chicken and champagne.
The wine list at Momofuku Ko and Ko bar are the same, and that’s a very good thing. The list is French heavy and is categorized by the winemaker within the region. They have an amazing selection of grower Champagnes and quite a lot of Burgundy with an impressive amount of bottle age and a few really great natural wine producers too.
Verticals are a strong part of the list at Ko and they regularly pour crazy things by the glass, it’s called the Ko bar pour, and it’s not to be missed.
The wine program at Momofuku Ko is the most comprehensive in New York. The depth and focus is unparalleled in such a wine-focused community, Rajat Parr said when Momofuku Ko won Grand Prix in Star Wine List of the Year New York 2023.
Star Wine List Of The Year
Nikita MalhotraBeverage Director