House of Delicious & Healthy Momo
Mo:Mo is a very famous street food in Nepal. Our goal is to introduce the taste of Nepal to the Northern Virginia Community. MO:MO House, as the name suggests, is the house of varieties of irresistible momos, served with our house sauce. Along with momos, our menu includes various other Nepali delicacies. Please visit us and give us the opportunity to serve you, and introduce you to Nepali culture and FOOD! We welcome you to Mo:Mo House, and we hope to see you soon!
Our Delicious Menu
Choela/SadekoChoela/Sadeko (Tex-Mex) is a typical Newari dish that consists of spiced grilled buffalo meat. Though the dish is traditionally popular with water buffalo meat, nowadays mutton, chicken & duck meat are also being used.
Naan/BreadIt is baked in a clay oven, rather than over a flame like the chapati, which gives it a crisp exterior, a fluffy core and a distinctive charred flavour. Not being blessed with either the space or the funds for a second oven, clay or not.
Sekuwa/Nepali KabobsSekuwa is meat roasted in a natural wood fire in a traditional Nepalese country style. It is a traditional snack for Limbu people, often accompanied by a drink. While the meat is still raw, it is mixed with natural herbs and spices and other ingredients. Sekuwa can be made with lamb, goat or chicken, or a mixture.
Fried MomoThese crunchy version of momos are made by deep frying the momo or frying after steaming the momo. Although, a bit oily, the taste will totally make you forget about your health-conscious thoughts.
Chilly MomoCommonly known as C. momo is your regular momo dipped in a hot and spicy sauce. If you are willing to try something hot and spicy then, C. momo is your best answer. Try this once; we bet you won’t regret it.
Kothe MomoKothey momo are half fried and half steamed momo which are made in an elongated shape. The filling can be either vegetables or various kinds of meat; chicken, or paneer are mostly available.
Steamed momoUsually, the momos are steamed and are found in every other restaurants and cafe’s. These scrumptious juicy momos are filled with minced veggies or meat and are put in dumpling steamer.
MO:MO House is a family owned restaurant run by Chef Shambhu Basnet, who has over 20 years of experience in the food industry. Over all these years, Mr. Basnet has learned and mastered the skills of catering the needs and demands of his customers. He will be accompanied by his wife Mrs. Shanta Basnet as a sous-chef, who has the craft of cooking typical ethnic Nepali cuisine, and her food will definitely help you experience the taste of Nepal here in the US. The entire MO:MO House family looks forward to serving you.
Our Working Hours:
|Tue- Thurs||11:30 am – 2:30pm||5pm – 9pm|
|Friday||11:30 am – 2:30pm||5pm – 10pm|
|Saturday||11:30 am – 2:30pm||5pm – 10pm|
|Sunday||11:30 am – 2:30pm||5pm – 9pm|
“WE ARE CLOSED ON MONDAYS”!
We will be closed on 01/15 and 01/16 due to some scheduled maintenance work. We will resume our normal business hours starting Thursday 01/17. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Mo:Mo House Team