One more reason to eat at Momofuku: a brand-new patio

One more reason to eat at Momofuku: a brand-new patio

Momofuku Daisho Patio Daishō’s fried chicken will taste even better sans roof (Image: Renée Suen)
 

Torontonians have never been more spoiled for places to eat, drink and schmooze al fresco. In the last month alone, at least half a dozen new venues have opened, including El Catrin, a chandelier-lit Mexican terrace in the Distillery District, The Beverley, a swishy rooftop lounge on Queen West, and Food and Liquor, a cute backyard hideaway in Parkdale (not to mention soon-to-open patios at The Chase in the Financial District and Agave y Aguacate in Baldwin Village). That’s in addition to the list of dreamy open-air spots that opened earlier this summer. It only makes sense, then, that the city’s most dazzling culinary complex would join the patio party. Momofuku Daishō’s new terrace will be unveiled at next week’s midsummer soirée where guests will feast on steamed buns, bo ssäm and booze slushies in true summer style.