Excerpted from my TR I went up to Momofuku and it's placement belies it's real size. This is a picture of the entrance So, you'd think, just a little hole-in-the wall on the corner . . until you get inside. Quite a big place. Here is the menu, "stitched together" hope that it's readable I chose the Pork Belly Bun, and a bowl of the Shoyu Pork Ramen. A WARNING HERE: If you're not a fan of pork belly, don't order either of the items. If you REALLY LIKE pork belly, I encourage you to order both of these as a lunch. I'm kind of in the middle. I like pork belly, but this was just a shade too much. They provided a small bottle of Ssam sauce (Korean Chili sauce) for the pork belly bun. 15-20 minutes later the pork belly bun came out Opened up, it looked like this The pork belly was DELICIOUS. Not overly fatty tasting, the pork taste really came through well. I ate one bite with no sauce, then added sauce for the remaining bites because the sauce went really well with the bun. It didn't Overpower the pork belly, rather complimented it. Then came the ramen . . . A close up picture of the pork belly piece. OK, first the broth. Very rich, and full bodied almost "too much" flavor. I just bought David Chang's cookbook and it has the recipe for this broth, and I'm gonna try it at home. It had pork belly, ramen noodles, green onion, and a poached egg along with the pork belly. The noodles were done just the way that I like them, chewy but not rubbery. All in all, it was a good lunch, and I could've gone with just the ramen, but I'm not sure when I'm gonna get back here (primarily since I have to pay out of pocket) I wanted to try at least two things. Then came the bill. I guess it's reasonable by LV Strip standards, and I could've done without the pork belly bun, but since I'm "up" this trip, and it was on my "bucket list", I shouldn't be complaining.