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Momofuku Ko with a Pregnant Wife?

chewbie | Jan 30, 201106:53 AM     17

My wife's bday is on 2/13 and I was lucky enough to score a Ko reservation on 2/12. We've both been dying to go to Ko, however, we recently found out that we're expecting. In the "food allergies" section of my reservation, I indicated that my wife is pregnant and listed all of the main categories of foods that she shouldn't eat that I could think of in the 3 or so minutes I had.

My question is, does anyone have experience dining at Ko with a pregnant woman? Do you know if they will accommodate my wife's food limitations? Is it even worth going if she can't fully experience it in an uninhibited way? Thanks in advance for your input.

- chewbie

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Momofuku Ko
163 1st Ave, New York, NY 10003

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