Momofuku Má Pêche

Restaurants, Contemporary American Midtown West
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Momofuku Má Pêche

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Má Pêche is Momofuku’s only restaurant that doesn’t require a subway ride to get to if you’re coming from the MoMA, the Theater District, Central Park, or work: it’s in Midtown. Má Pêche (which means “mother peach”) serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch.

At Má Pêche, guests may choose from a variety of a la carte offerings by Executive Chef Matt Rudofker. The restaurant also serves a large format meal, Pork Rack Char Siu, which serves 3 - 12 for lunch and dinner by reservation only.

A la carte reservations for up to 12 guests are available through opentable. For reservations of larger then 12 guests or for our large format dishes at Má Pêche, please visit


Venue name: Momofuku Má Pêche
Address: 15 W. 56th St.
New York
Price: $31 to $50
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Andi Y.

Great little spot tucked away from the hustle and bustle of midtown. We had an early reservation so the restaurant wasn't the busy. However, later in the evening it got pretty packed. If you're looking to do a late dinner, definitely make a reservation. If you're just looking for a cool spot before a show, Momofuku Ma Peche is the spot. 

Go past the Milk Bar and you'll be escorted either to the bar or the restaurant downstairs. The food is delicious and the wine selection is on point. Food is family style, family style in the sense that it's meant to be shared. Portion sizes are a bit small, but order a few entrees to share and some apps and you'll be all set. They will also come around with additional food options to share that will be added to your bill. 

Atmosphere is warm. It's kind of a blank canvas, minimalist and clean. The restaurant sits below ground and has white fabric walls and clean lines. It sort of allows you to focus more on the food rather than what kind of chairs you sit on. 

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