In search of the perfect momo – 2

I bet you’ve never heard of this place. In fact, when Aqua (again!) gave me directions to Popsies, I completely missed the place (their neon sign was not on) and landed at the end of the lane and then had to backtrack. So do note: it’s an easy place to miss!

And it’s in Koramangala.

Once there, I was quite surprised at the size of the restaurant (I was expecting something small & dingy!). On the contrary, it’s spacious. The music for some reason was really loud! But other than that, it had a cosy feel to it. The seats are all made of bamboo giving it a rather North East Indian feel and therefore it gave me a feeling of being at home :)

The garlic steamed momos were so good that we could not resist ordering another plate of ginger steamed momos. Actually, there are many different kinds of momos on order. But in practicality, they’re all the same, dunked generously in different sauces! Try whatever you want, though the garlic ones were rather good.

We also tried the noodles and a chicken gravy dish, which was not very different from what you get at any other Chinese place. Again, like Taste of Tibet, the thupkas are worth a try.

So if you’re looking for momos, this is one place you can head in Koramangala.

Directions: From the Raheja Arcade Road, pass HDFC Bank (and it should be on your right). Take that turn to the right just after the bank (if you’re walking). It’s a one way in the opposite direction, so you will have to come around if you’re driving. Just after you see Chung Wah to your left, on the right is this little galli. It’s the first place on the right on this galli. It has a neon sign that you might miss if you’re not paying attention!

Bon Appetit, folks!!

If you know any other nice momo places, do leave it in the comments box so we can sample it on future culinary outings.

1 Comment so far

  1. Shruthi (unregistered) on July 28th, 2006 @ 2:43 pm

    The only momos I have eaten in Bangalore are in Infinitea – I would lovvve to try these!!

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