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Alongside Chang’s latest Noodle Bar outpost in the Time Warner Center lies a petit counter where New Yorkers are lining up for an array of handheld bāngs, or griddled Korean flatbreads. In his typical fashion, Chang adds his distinctive Momofuku style to these bāngs, offering proteins like gochujang-marinated pork or yakitori-glazed chicken roasted shawarma-style. For breakfast, a vertical spit stacked with juicy mortadella and unctuous pork fatback is shaved to create this beauty, nestled over gooey American cheese. With all the nostalgia of the bologna sandwiches you ate as a kid, this mini bāng is the perfect highbrow, -lowbrow combo to get your day going. And while we’re not promising it will cure your next hangover, it’s definitely our big—er, mini—bāng theory.