New York cult classic Momofuku made the transcontinental jump when it opened its first western outpost in the Cosmopolitan in late 2016. Today, the restaurant’s constantly evolving Asian-themed menu features steamed buns, noodles, meat, and seafood. Chef David Chang also serves up whimsical plays on age-old classics such as fried chicken and caviar, and a spicy cod hot pot. Next door, at a lounge area dubbed Peach Bar, Chang proffers ramen and small plates, as well as wine specials after midnight. Decor inside the restaurant is sparse and modern, and includes a mural by artist David Choe depicting Chang’s dogs and his own. Both because the restaurant is still fairly new and because Chang is such a celebrity, wait times for tables during regular hours can get pretty long, so book ahead.