Frequently Asked Questions

What does Kōjin mean?
Kōjin is the Japanese god of fire, the hearth, and the kitchen.

Who is the chef at Kōjin?
Eva Chin is the Chef de Cuisine at Kōjin. David Chang is the Chef and Founder of Momofuku.

What type of cuisine does Kōjin serve?
Kōjin is a modern Canadian restaurant that highlights the bounty of Ontario’s meat and produce, all cooked over an open flame. The menu blends island influences with steakhouse classics.

Can you accommodate dietary restrictions and allergies?
Yes. Please alert our team of any special dietary needs you have, and they’ll be able to help identify appropriate offerings. Due to our constantly evolving menus, we can make accommodations on a case-by-case basis.

Is Kōjin wheelchair accessible?
Yes.

Do you take reservations?
Yes. We accept reservations online or by calling the restaurant at (647) 253-8000. Reservations are available up to 14 days in advance, including the current day. For parties larger than 7 guests, please contact us at toevents@momofuku.com.

Do you allow walk-ins?
We are happy to welcome walk-ins on a first-come, first-served basis.

Can I have a private event at Kōjin?
Yes. We can accommodate private parties and also offer large reservation options in accordance with Toronto and Ontario bylaws due to COVID-19. Please email our events manager at toevents@momofuku.com.

Can I bring in my own wine?
At this time we are not allowing outside food or drink due to COVID-19.

Can I bring my own cake?
At this time we are not allowing outside food or drink due to COVID-19.

Do you do take-out orders or delivery?
No.

Do you sell gift cards?
Yes. Gift cards can be purchased online or at Momofuku Toronto. Toronto gift cards are redeemable at Kōjin and Noodle Bar Toronto. Please note, we do not accept NYC gift cards. 

Is parking available at Kōjin?
Guests of Momofuku Toronto may use the Shangri-la Hotel’s valet service. Their rate is $20 an hour.  There is also nearby parking at the following locations: