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late night dining at momofuku ssam?

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Has anyone out there been to Momofuku Ssam Bar for the new late night menu?

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  1. no but looking at the menu, it doesn't seem like that good of a value. $3 oysters, $8 for an 1/8 wheel of adrahan cheese? They even had the gall to try and sell a wheel of Epoisses for $30+ but have since taken it off their menu.

    That being said, I had the pork ssam again last night and it was deeeeelicious.

    1. I've been once and my husband has been twice. We both really enjoyed it and, after his second visit, my husband said that even more great stuff has been added to the menu. I haven't been during the day to try the ssam, but I definitely recommend going by to try the late night menu. The three terrine sandwich is particularly good.

      1. A group of us went last night around 130am, and had a fantastic time. We had just about the entire menu, 6 dozen oysters, brussel sprouts with bacon, wax bean salad, tripe, 3 terrine sandwhich (2 of those) twho differnt plates of domestic ham, sliced really thin, fried oysters, spring rolls pork buns, beer and sake I know I am forgetting some things, but everything was so great. This is sure to be a regular stop for us. They are open WEdnesday-Sunday for late night. Highly reccomend it!

        1. Just had a great meal here late-night. I had the raw oysters, roasted brussel sprouts, grilled sweetbreads (*really good*), the pork buns, and the mochi dessert. I would definitely recommend it.

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          1. re: streamwise

            Just got home from Ssam bar where I had the Edward's Country Ham (they were out of Benton's) and pork buns. The country ham was heavenly, thinly sliced, nearly transparent, like prosciutto. The ciabatta bread was good and so was the apple butter, but I liked the ham by itself. Very intense, strong flavor, with a little bit of pepper. Almost a ham epiphany -- I never knew ham could taste like that!

            The pork buns were also very good and this time made with pork belly, unlike the daytime menu's. But pretty much the same as what you'd get at Momofuku.

            I didn't see the bacon-wrapped pork sausage on the menu, sadly. But they had a special of ciabatta bread with argula, fried egg, and country ham, as an open-faced sandwich. I wish I'd tried it...

            Definitely going back.

          2. The late night menu must be at the top of my list of places to try. Hopefully soon.
            http://www.nysun.com/article/41750