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MoMo Dumplings
 mapimage 3223 E. Louise Dr, Meridian, ID 83642208-514-2137

KD Shaw - Idahoeats contributing writer

One of Boise’s favorite farmer’s market delights has created yet another way to enjoy their wonderful fare. "MoMo,Food of the Himalayas" opened its door for its first brick and mortar location in Meridian, off Eagle Road. With the goal of creating a fresh meal, whether it’s a grab and go quick lunch or dining in for lunch and dinner, MoMo is serving up an amazing array of foods that everyone will love. The idea of “fresh” carries through every one of their dishes, from the variety of MoMo (traditional Tibetan dumplings, usually steamed, but just as yummy fried) served with traditional or spicy sauce, the Meat Balls Makhani in a delicious Makhani sauce, or for a real treat and a sampling of all the MoMo favorites the “Combo Confession” is a house favorite. No matter if you’re new to the idea of Himalayan food or one of MoMo’s regular customers, there will be something for you to love.

The idea of opening MoMo came from a team of four momo (dumpling) fanatics from Nepal, with a common goal of "serving flavorful food"; Rajan Paudel (Raj), Sunita Gyewali (Raj's wife), Yogendra Poudel (Yogi) and Bijaya Pudasaini (Yogi's wife). “We started this project a year ago from a Capital City Farmer’s Market and continued throughout different holiday markets/ events. Throughout this journey we gathered lots of love and support from Treasure Valley [residents] which gave us enough confidence and motivation to open our restaurant and on July 6th ‘MoMo,Food of the Himalayas’ opened its doors for its 1st location. Currently Bijaya and Sunita are running the restaurant inside out.”

The advantage of dining at a locally owned and family establishment is that the value for your dollar is always at the forefront. Not only does MoMo offer fresh ingredients, spices and flavors that are blended to create an unforgettable meal, but it’s nice on the pocket book as well. Prices range from 2 potato filled and delicious Samosas for around $3 to just over $7 for the “Combo Confession” which is enough food for lunch and dinner. MoMo even offers kids combos, so you can introduce your young ones to fresh amazing flavor.

For a great fresh meal that you won’t feel guilty for eating and that’s light on the budget try MoMo,Food of the Himalayas.

 

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