A look at the unraveling of the sushi trend.
David Chang discusses the year of experimentation that went into Momofuku Noodle Bar's new dinner item.
Plus, a profile of the "doyenne of duck," Ariane Daguin of D'Artagnan.
Fried chicken, pig roasts, and old favorites.
Plus: Iron City leaves Pittsburgh, and Francis Ford Coppola multitasks, all in our morning news roundup.
Momofuku: 'Overhyped, overpriced and blessed by Iron Chef Morimoto in what has got to be the most flagrant abuse of ranking since the BCS screwed up college football.'
Some standbys and more than a few surprises.
The old-timer of the Momo empire introduces a $45 prix fixe dinner.
The wait for Fergus Henderson's one-night-only menu was an hour long at 5 p.m.; by 11 p.m., it was mostly devoured.
London's great head-to-tail cook will be in the kitchen at Momofuku and Spotted Pig this weekend.
Elvis Costello's new album isn't named for the noodle bar.
Gridskipper says the King of Ramen deserves his crown.
If not for the view, Chop Suey might have gotten a bagel from the 'Times'; Eighty One doesn't fare much better elsewhere.
Martha Stewart "visits" Momofuku on her blog, but did she take those beautiful pork-bun pictures herself?
Cameras are watching you eat in several city restaurants.