Sequestered inside a former warehouse on the industrial fringe of Chinatown, majordōmo's location may not be perfect, but inside, this place pulsates with energy, especially from the open kitchen. Reservations can be a challenge to land online, but gamblers can test their luck by trying for one of the few counter seats on a walk-in basis.
Is it worth the hype? You know it. Its singular take on Asian cuisine delivers hit after hit. Chinese bing bread topped with duck liver mousse is a classic, or go for smoked roe and egg or spicy pulled lamb. Then, vegetable-inspired market dishes like raw sugar snaps with horseradish share equal time with staples like legendary crispy pork belly, mafaldine with crab and uni with broken tofu.- Les inspecteurs du guide MICHELIN
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