I have been here many times for lunch and it is consistently excellent, one of my favorites. My wife and I decided to celebrate our wedding anniversary here (not divisible by 5 or 10) on a midweek evening. Please note that Momo's is BYOB, with no liquor license, so if you are celebrating a special occasion you should bring your own beverage, which we did.
The menu is nice sized, with a mixture of salads and appetizers and wonderful pasta entrees. They have other 'secondi' but I've never gone there, because the pasta is simply fabulous.
As you are seated they present you with some foccacia and some homemade spread for it, and it's a problem. It's so good you just fill yourself up.
For dinner we each had a salad for a starter. I had the regular green salad, which comes with tomato, radish, walnuts, other stuff and a very nice dressing. My wife had the primavera, which has similar things plus some feta cheese. Really good and a nice size. For our main course we each had pasta - my wife chose the quattro formaggi tortelli, which is served with a creamy tomato sauce. She loved it and ended up taking half of it home for lunch the next day. I had a dish (I may not have this right - the ticket has an abbreviated name) which was a special, called Trenette Momo, a homemade linguini with shrimp and salmon. Really, really good.
Since they have no liquor license, we brought our own wine. There is a service fee of $3.85, which I guess is okay considering we had probably a $10 bottle of wine that would have cost $30 in another restaurant.
This is a wonderful neighborhood gem. Not easy to find, but worth it.
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