Momofuku Is Opening a New Manhattan Restaurant | News World

Over the last several months, there has been movement at the space that once housed Momofuku East Village with lights on and bustling inside, despite the fact that David Chang’s restaurant closed last October. While it has been serving as a test kitchen, according to Ryan Healey, VP of brand and marketing for Momofuku, it will eventually transition to a new Momofuku restaurant, run by Paul Carmichael, the company’s Australia-based chef, who’s headed back to New York mid-June, according to the New York Times.

Momofuku CEO Marguerite Zabar Mariscal told the Times, “There’s only two reasons to open a new restaurant. One is having a really great concept. The other, which is much rarer, is a talent like Paul that you can build around.” Healey told Eater that Carmichael is going to be focused on the new restaurant in the Ko space and then he’ll lead culinary development across Momofuku. He could not confirm whether the new restaurant will open this year.

As the Times

Source ny.eater.com

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