It’s possible you’ve never heard of this East Village Momofuku restaurant. This takeout spot took over the old Ssäm Bar space over the summer in 2020 without any apparent buzz. Since then, 207 has served a rotating menu of dishes like salmon tostadas, oxtail stew, and spicy gochujang fried chicken that instantly entered the running for best wings in the city. Last time we checked, they were serving mole chicken drumsticks, spicy pork ragu tamales, and sweet potato tres leches cake, and a bunch of other dishes you probably wouldn’t make at home. So we suggest you cover your kitchen table with them instead.
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