Chef David Chang's newest Momofuku eatery, Ma Peche, open in Midtown Manhattan this week. If you're planning on eating there be prepared to fight with the highest quality hipster foodies New York (and the world) has to offer.
On the menu at Ma Peche is steak frites, with the "steak" being taken from the shoulder area of the cow (normally called the "chuck") and fries made of rice. Also on order is Long Island Iced Tea made with "homemade cola syrup."
La piece de resistance at Ma Peche is a painting of 5 shirtless men in Mexican wrestling masks driving ATVs that you may recognize from Wes Anderson's movie The Royal Tenenbaums (it was in Eli Cash's house).
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Momofuku Opens Ma Peche in Midtown
- By: Marissa LiuApr 6, 2010