Má Pêche is the most unpredictable restaurant in the Momofuku empire. Over that last 18 months, the restaurant got a new chef and a new menu, and the beloved beef seven ways was scrapped in favor of large format lamb and chicken dishes. Somewhere along the way, the restaurant also started offering ramen and buns. Now, Ryan Sutton notices that Má Pêche just introduced a brand new chef's counter tasting menu called Kapp? at Má Pêche. This 10-course dinner from chef Paul Carmichael is served Tuesday through Saturday for $95 per person (one seating per night). Reservations can be made online or by calling the restaurant.
The official Má Pêche site offers very little information about this new option, but one lone Yelper filed a report on a recent experience:
The menu will be changing frequently, but I expect to return regularly since the dinner we had was amazing in its creativity and taste. With the exception of the new peanut butter and apple dessert (which has become my new favorite dessert), none of the courses are on the regular menu of Ma Peche. I have dined at many restaurants that serve a tasting menu at a Chef's counter, but the "kappo" at Ma Peche ranks as one of the best and most reasonable in cost for $95 per person.Is Kapp? at Má Pêche a mini version of Momofuku Ko? It's hard to tell at this point. If you've had this meal, please send any and all thoughts to the tipline.
· Momofuku's $95 Chef's Counter Tasting Menu [The Price Hike]
· All Coverage of Ma Peche [~ENY~]