This new spot from the people behind Momo Sushi Shack is both affordable and convenient for a night out in Bushwick. It’s right by the best bars in the neighborhood, and the lively atmosphere might make you want to go out after dinner even if that wasn’t the original plan. But it also works for pretty much any casual occasion, because the food is good and it’s an enjoyable place to hang out. The menu is full of things you can share, like miso wings and “momo bites” (essentially upscale popcorn chicken), and while most things here are fried, the batter they use is pretty light. There are also a bunch of options for vegetarians, like cauliflower wings and fried potato croquettes.
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