Despite its compact size and menu selection, David Chang’s latest venture at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is one of most anticipated debuts of the year and starting today, Momofuku fans will have the chance to sample the star chef’s inventive spin on global street food.
Now open at the entrance to the Block 16 Urban Food Hall on the resort’s second floor, the counter service Bāng Bar is inspired by Chang’s original restaurant at Manhattan’s Time Warner Center, taking its name inspiration from the Korean word for bread.
Filling griddled, rolled, and folded flatbreads, or bowls with spit-roasted meats, diners can can also upgrade their meal with chips or sides, including a creamy bean salad and pickled shishito peppers.
Open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., four stools are the only seating options and face the busy, open-plan kitchen.
The U Wrap $10
Flatbread filled & rolled with your choice of:
Fold Ups $9 (2 per order)
Flatbread filled & folded with your choice of:
Rice Bowl $11
Warm rice with pickled onion, cabbage & your choice of:
MAKE IT A MEAL + $8
Your choice of chips or side and soft drink.
Spicy eggplant $4
Pickled shishito peppers $4
Creamy bean salad $4
Chickpea dip with flatbread $7
Blood Orange Negroni $14
Draft beer $11
Yuzu lemonade $7
Fiji water $5 (500mL) | $10 (1L)
S.Pellegrino sparkling water $5
Red Bull, sugar-Free Red Bull $5
Pepsi, diet Pepsi $5
Unsweetened tea $5
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