MIAReview

Momi is the home of Brickell’s best ramen. But there are some things you need to know about this place before you come. Mainly, that it’s pretty expensive (and cash-only). There are five ramen options on the menu - pork belly char siu, shrimp, chicken, mushroom, and oxtail - and they all cost $35 except for the oxtail, which costs $40 (at least at the time of this writing). Portions are pretty big, and you could certainly split one between two people. They also have some small plates like gyoza and seaweed salad (which are equally pricey) but it’s best to stick to ramen here. Still, it is very good ramen - certainly Brickell’s best - and it’s also a neat space with brick walls that’s a great spot to hide from Brickell congestion. And while the prices can be jarring, we’ll be the first to admit that you could certainly spend more money for much worse food very easily in Brickell. Momi is open late too - till 2:30am Wednesday through Sunday.

Featured in

.
The Brickell Lunch Guide guide image
Guide
The Brickell Lunch Guide

All the best places to eat lunch in Brickell.

Suggested Reading

.
Boss Cow review image
6.9
Review
Boss Cow

Boss Cow is a Brickell seafood spot with raw bar options, ramen, lobster rolls, and more. It’s good for a date or dinner before a night out.

Kaori review image
7.4
Review
Kaori

Kaori is an upscale Brickell restaurant serving great cocktails and very good Mediterranean, Chinese, and Japanese dishes.

Da Tang Zhen Wei review image
6.7
Review
Da Tang Zhen Wei

Da Tang Zhen Wei is a Chinese hot pot spot in Brickell with a ridiculously over-the-top dining room.

Wabi Sabi Miami  review image
8.2
Review
Wabi Sabi Miami

Wabi Sabi is a great Japanese restaurant in the Upper Eats Side that serves donburi, temaki, and more excellent sushi.