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Photo gallery: Peek inside Toronto's Momofuku restaurants

Inside David Chang’s new, three-restaurant Toronto outpost on University Avenue. Just eight weeks into its life, Momofuku Shoto, a 21-seat, $150-per-head tasting room, is already the best restaurant in Toronto. It is more inventive, more gleefully promiscuous with ideas and ingredients, more artfully conceived and many levels more technically masterful than anything else in the city.

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Shoto tasting bar at Toronto's Momofuku restaurant.

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Nori spaghetti from Shoto at Toronto's Momofuku restaurant.

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Sunflower and foie from Shoto at Toronto's Momofuku restaurant.

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The Noodle Bar at Toronto's Momofuku restaurant.

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The Noodle Bar at Toronto's Momofuku restaurant.

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The Noodle Bar at Toronto's Momofuku restauran.

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Monkfish with carrots from Shoto at Toronto's Momofuku restaurant.

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Hootenanny dessert from Shoto at Toronto's Momofuku restaurant.

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Daisho dining room at Toronto's Momofuku restaurant.

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Daisho dining room at Toronto's Momofuku restaurant.

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Geoduck from Shoto at Toronto's Momofuku restaurant.

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Shoto tasting bar at Toronto's Momofuku restaurant.

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