What restaurants does Chambers Hotel have?

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Rachel Bowie

Chambers Hotel is home to Má Pêche, the only restaurant in David Chang’s East Village–reared Momofuku empire to occupy a location in Midtown New York. Reservations go fast at this chic and trendy eatery, but you can rest assured that hotel guests get top priority. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant is a go-to spot for the adventurous diner who’s interested in tasting some of the best American Nouveau cuisine the city has to offer. Executive Chef Paul Carmichael (formerly of wd~50) changes the menu frequently — in fact, the restaurant recently unveiled a 10-course chef’s counter tasting menu (called Kappo), a sign of its commitment to keeping things fresh. Má Pêche’s large-format meal is chicken or lamb with rice, but you can choose from a selection of snacks, small plates, bowls, noodles and more. And if you’re craving something sweet, you’re in luck: The restaurant is also home to the Midtown outpost of pastry chef Christina Tosi’s bakery, Momofuku Milk Bar.

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