New York chef David Chang is opening a new restaurant in Los Angeles

His LA debut will take place on the outskirts of Chinatown

Jul.July 27, 2017 06:00 PM
Chef David Chang’s restaurant will open on the outskirt of Chinatown (credit: Momofuku, Google Maps)

Angelenos no longer have to travel to New York to get a taste of chef David Chang.

Chang, founder of the culinary brand Momofuku, will open his first Los Angeles restaurant “North Spring” near the newly opened L.A. State Historic Park, the Los Angeles Downtown News reported. Momofuku is known for its gourmet ramen and pork belly buns.

Located at 1725 Naud St. in the up-and-coming industrial area known as the Cornfields, Chang’s restaurant will be surrounded by warehouse operations. It is expected to open this fall. [LADTN] — Naiwen Tian

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