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Sometimes you eat noodles with the intent to go home afterwards and fall asleep while watching reruns of The Office. That’s not the case with Momofuku. The CityCenter spot is big, loud, and always a good time. And although it has your noodle needs covered, don’t skip the pork buns, fried chicken, and rice cakes. Plan a group dinner here, order a lot, and get some cereal milk soft serve from Milk Bar for dessert.

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