We're at a loss here, because words like "contemporary" and "trendy" don't even begin to do this swanky joint justice. Whether you're splurging on an intense food binge or having a quiet dinner on a Tuesday night, Momofuku Las Vegas is totally ready to accommodate you. So follow the custom neon signs at Peach Bar toward the show stopping main dining room, and dig into a diverse menu that'll have even the most devout foodies changing their underwear before they've ordered. Yes, the food is that freaking good.
It's no surprise, then, that Momofuku has been internationally acclaimed for its innovation (did we mention it was named America's #1 most important restaurant by Bon Appétit?). At this thirteenth installment of the West Coast concept, Chef David Chang's seasonal and evolving menu ? in collaboration with Opening Executive Chef Michael Chen ? literally draws on a world of influences, featuring tidbits and tastes from Korea, Japan and America. Steamed buns and noodles are accompanied by plays on long-established specials, like prime rib and a funky, totally unexpected version of surf and turf served up with fried chicken and caviar. Psst: If you're in it to win in, pony up for a table in the raised private dining room overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. It's worth the dolla dolla bills.