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How much does a tasting menu at the new Momofuku Shoto cost?

How much does a tasting menu at the new Momofuku Shoto cost?
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We always enjoy taking a gander at The Price Hike, where Bloomberg News food critic Ryan Sutton applies his Excel-ninja skills to restaurant menus to figure out the real price of a night out. The most recent spots in his crosshairs are Momofuku Shoto, David Chang’s new tasting-menu restaurant, which opened over the weekend just above Momofuku Noodle Bar, and Momofuku Daisho, which serves large sharing platters and opens tomorrow on the same floor as Shoto. Cutting to the chase: a meal at either of these Toronto spots costs somewhere between a little and a lot more than it does at their New York counterparts (Momofuku Ko and Ssam Bar, respectively). In fact, the price of a meal for two at Shoto, with wine pairings, tax and 20 per cent tip, comes in at... $612. Better start saving those pennies. Read the entire story [The Price Hike] »

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