Inside 1090 I Street, NW courtesy Momofuku CCDC
From an email:
“Momofuku CCDC announces the opening of a dedicated to-go counter just inside the front door of the CityCenterDC restaurant. Executive chef Tae Strain’s lunch and dinner menus will be available to order from the counter, with dishes prepared and packaged with carryout in mind.
The new to-go counter is launching alongside a revamped lunch menu that’s packed with mobile-friendly items like scallion bing wraps — Chinese flatbreads filled with cumin-spiced lamb, rotisserie pork shoulder or edamame falafel.
Cumin Spiced Lamb courtesy Momofuku CCDC
Other new lunch items include black bean noodles with pickled bok choy and pork sausage; Iceberg salad with bacon ranch, pickles and blue cheese; and aged beef dumpling soup drizzled with cumin chili oil. There is also a selection of drinks and snacks perfect for guests looking for a light midday meal, but who would prefer to remain in the restaurant. This section is highlighted by kimchi potato salad, cultured honey butter and bing bread, salted pimento cheese spread and smoked trout dip served with salt and vinegar potato chips.”
Check out the menus here.