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House Of Momo

Nepali

Dalston

$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight DinnerCatching Up With MatesDining SoloQuick Eats

A favourite with solo diners and groups of friends cramming in as many beers and dumplings as humanly possible, House of Momo is a Nepalese spot on a corner behind Gillett Square. Everything in this little Dalston restaurant—where tables are shared and counters are hunched over—has that warm, nice factor that neither blows away nor disappoints. The menu is mainly momos, either steamed, kothey (fried), jhol (in curry sauce), or with a sweet chilli sauce. Things can lean a little one note, so we’d recommend going for the cheese and vegetable-filled, fried momos with curry sauce. It’s best to mix up the flavours and textures. Alternatively throw some fried rice and noodles on a plate as well. It’s straightforwardly satisfying and you’ll be in and out within an hour.

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