Must say I wasn’t expecting things to be this good. I tried the plain steamed momos and the peanut momo. The steamed momos are soft and juicy and very soothing, and they were served piping hot. The red chutney they served is also really great and it is HOT!! The peanut momo is very rich… if you have a bird’s appetite like me the peanut momo is as good as a light meal. The peanut sauce was the right amount of sweet and salty and the momos were very juicy. Highly recommended!
So this is a new joint. Ordinarily I just get my momos from the street vendors, but I decided to give this one a chance. They said they are just starting in India. I must say the taste is far better than what you get on the street corners. The filling was all meat—not the soya mixture you get outside- and it had a very distinct flavor. They said it comes from special Himalayan herbs- it’s very unique in taste. The person who served me was wearing gloves- which is good to see, it means they keep things clean. Overall if you want good quality, it’s well worth a try.
The staff are polite and the food is clean. We packed a box of soupy momo and the kothey momo. Kothey momo are these fried momos- they are slightly longer in shape. Because of the frying they have an interesting texture which is not very soft neither very chewy. The filling was plentiful and the vegetables were a good combo. The chutney was spicy so you just need a little to feel your tastebuds explode. The soupy momo was really good- these were dipped in this nice, thick broth which was perfectly seasoned and not spicy like the chutney. Planning to go back again.
I love spicy food, so I pretty much eat more Szechwan chutney that the momos itself. The girl serving recommended the hot and spicy momo and I was blow away!!! Guys it’s really spicy and hot! So these momos they fried in their spicy red sauce, so the inner feeling is juicy and the outer skin is really crispy. I felt like I was having fried chicken in momo form. Too bad I packed only one plate!
My friends and I wanted to check out this new place. Was not disappointed. They are a momo- only joint and they have quite a few varieties. My friend is a vegetarian so he ordered the green momo, and we ordered the non veg ones. I tried the open momos- they were really good. They serve it with four different sauces so you can decide your own level of spice and garnishes. I have not seen these open momos anywhere else, and I will definitely recommend it. My friend also loved the green momos that were filled with spinach and peas. They have a very different flavor because they use some secret Himalayan herbs. Overall good experience and very good food.