Signature Nepali style - half steamed & pan fried momos
Kothey momo is a signature Nepali dish. It is a half fried and half steamed momo, often elongated in shape. The filling can be either vegetables or meat. They are served with different types of sauces to bring out that tangy pot-sticker flavour.
In traditional Nepali cooking, Kothey momos are filled with pork or buff meat. The filling is also more gingery than others, as ginger, offsets the taste of meat very well. However, in The Momo King, we choose to serve a slightly modified version that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Traditionally, Kothey momos come with soup. The frying leaves the dough outside slightly charred and crispy, which gives kothey momo an exciting texture. While the inside filling retains its juiciness, the outer lining attains a somewhat crunchy flavour that intensifies the taste.
Choice of dumplings
You can try your choice of dumplings in Momo King’s special customizations.
Darjeeling Chicken Momo: This is the classic version, which contains juicy chicken dumplings with clean flavours, and is traditionally served with hot dalle chilli tomato chutney.
Masala Chicken Momo: For pious non-vegetarians, we have our succulent chicken dumplings infused with special Nepali herbs. These are traditionally served with Nepali chutney.
Cheese Momo: For the cheesy and calorific, there is our cheese momo, which is made with special mozzarella cheese mixed with aromatic vegetables, and served with our special garlic chilli mayo sauce.
Mushroom Momos: If you are all for exotic veggies, go for our mushroom momos. Made with three types of mushrooms, these are slow cooked in clarified butter and served with traditional Nepali chutney.
Cabbage and Paneer Momo: Of course, we can’t our own desi cottage cheese. These momos contain slow cooked cabbage and paneer in clarified butter. Served with hot dalle chilli tomato chutney
Soybean Momo: Veg-only but no compromise on the protein? Go for our soybean momos, which consist of mouthful Nutrella chunks cooked in Nepali masalas, and are served with traditional nepali chutney.