Steamed momo are a traditional delicacy for people from Tibet, Bhutan, Sikkim, Nepal and Ladakh. Every family has their recipe and some secret twist or extra step. We bring the authentic spirit of the traditional cuisine by infusing our steamed momo with the rare herbs found only in Nepal. You can taste the warmth of the family hearth and the unique flavour in every bite.
Stuffed with vegetables or minced chicken, these are served with spicy red chutney to compliment their wholesomeness. The fiery taste of our hot chutney is tempered with just the right amount of sweet and salt to give it a balance so that you can enjoy the heat without paralysing your taste buds.
Steamed momo are a classic, and you can always be assured that they are the safest choice if you are not in the mood for experimentation or unsure of the sensitivity of your palate.
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 Nepalese herbs. These are traditionally served with Nepalese 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 Momo: If you are all for exotic veggies, go for our mushroom momo. Made with three types of mushrooms, these are slow cooked in clarified butter and served with traditional Nepalese chutney.
Cabbage and Paneer Momo: Of course, we can’t our own desi cottage cheese. These momo 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 momo, which consist of mouthful Nutrella chunks cooked in Nepalese masalas, and are served with traditional nepalese chutney.