A great place for a family gathering. We were there on Father's Day and dragged in presents for three Dads. Two young children were along and they were up and down but did not bother anyone.
This is a traditional local Italian restaurant that you will find in Italian neighborhoods in New Jersey (where I am from) New York, Philadelphia and St. Louis on the Hill.
The menu is very traditional, separated into four courses. Appetizers, a pasta course, a meat or fish course and desert. We did not try for all four, but again, this is traditional and serves as a clue that you are not in Texas anymore.
The food was good but not the best you will find in Dallas for sure. The service is a little slow but the idea is to relax and enjoy yourself in this environment.
This restaurant is also quiet. Hard to find today as most restautrants have loud music or crowd noise to discourage lingering after your meal is done. If you can't hear anyone, no sense sitting around for conversation.
Bring a group to this restaurant and it will work out for you. Bring a date or a business client and you can have the attention of your guest without being baraged by noise or rushed out the door.
I'm not sure what the previous reviewers were talking about....we love
Momo's on Beltline and Montfort. There are no tacky plastic vines or pictures here....real vines and classy photos of Italy. Great romantic
ambiance with a small european cafe feel. We have been going to this restaurant for weeknight dinner, lunches and special family occassions for many years and have had nothing but wonderful, superior food and service! I'm wondering if the previous reviewers were actually reviewing another Momo's in Dallas (on Forest Lane) that isn't part of the ownership of the one on Montfort and Beltline. My husband has had an employee Christmas luncheon here for 50 people and it was a great success. The food is wonderful and very consistant in quality. We have had most everything on the menu and we've never
had a bad dish. I do hope that you will give this Momo's a try. My husband and I have dined at many top=rated restaurants in Dallas over the years, and we still love to go to Momo's. We drive in from
Coppell regularly. Hussain is the mananger and makes sure that your
experience will be a wonderful one.
I went to Momos for the first time for lunch. I was surpised by their prices on the lunch menu. I can't imagine how high the dinner prices are if a bowl of pasta is $10 at lunch.
Food: Just average, small portions for what you pay for, pasta cooked more than I prefer for an italian restaurant, the side salad was pretty ok - nothing too memorable
Ambiance: The restaurant is very nice looking,, there were hardly any people in the restaurant at the time we went so it was a bit quiet
Service: The service was fine, there was no one else to wait on really I think there were 3 waiters for 4 tables
Value: taste and quality of food was not worth the price (IMHO)
went here a few months ago, presented my entertainment card and management refused it! They said we missed the expiration date by one day, the card didn't expire until 2007. We WILL never eat at this resturant again. I also reported them. So if you have a passbook and decide to go here and use your card I wouldn't suggest it, plan on paying full price.
Service - We were seated rapidly, and our drinks were promptly delivered and refilled when low.
Ambiance- A sad set photos showing people we have to assume are Italian, they look like they were straight from the flea market, tacky frames and all. plastic vines on the walls attached with thumbtacks.
Food- not much in the way of taste. the Pasta was overcooked and dry anywhere sauce didnt cover it. the chicken looked nice, but then disapointed on flavor.
Value- about 45 bucks for the 2 of us.
All in all, I should have just gone to Taco Bell
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