101 Best Restaurants in America 2012

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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTrHENM1I0o]Momofuku Ssam Bar NYC - YouTube[/ame]
    Have you ever been to New York-based Korean-fusion restaurant Momofuku Ssam Bar?
    This restaurant was ranked 8th by New York Magazine's "101 Best Restaurants in America for 2012."
    Momofuku Ssam Bar is a casual, loud restaurant with an inventive menu that is constantly changing. The restaurant bases its menu on 'Ssam.' Their most popular menus are Bossam based meals like the 'Steamed Pork Buns,' which uses Chinese bread, hoisin, cucumber pickle, scallions, unsaturated prok bacon, etc. as ingredients, and 'Cream Tofu' that uses tapioca and sea urchin eggs.
    For those of you who do not know what Bossam is, Bossam is a type of ssam in Korean cuisine in which steamed pork is wrapped in a leaf vegetable such as red lettuce or sesame leaf, often accompanied by a condiment known as ssamjang. It is usually topped with raw or cooked garlic, onion, pepper, or most commonly, sweet kimchi. Bossam is a popular dish in Korea.
    Anyways, as 'Momofuku Ssam' is gaining recognition, the number of people who enjoy the Korean cuisine of ssam is increasing. From what I hear, Momofuku is a must-go place.
     
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