Little Momo has a thing for dumplings, specifically the type of dumpling (momo) popular in Tibet, Nepal and northern India. Similar to the Chinese baozi and jiaozi, Mongolian buuz, and the Japanese gyoza, momo are finding their way ever deeper into Sydney’s food-consciousness, perfect little parcels stuffed with a wide variety of meat and vegetarian ingredients and served with delicious sauces and chutneys. Little Momo’s King Street, Newtown restaurant is determined to make the little momo a big phenomenon – and with everything from savoury momo to desserts based around sweet dumplings, they’re on to a winner. The spicy tse-momo are hearty enough to consider a main course, with beef, pork, seafood and vegetable versions available, covered in a spicy tomato sauce and garnishes and looking a lot like a bowl of Italian ravioli or gnocchi. But European cuisine this is not – expect spice and exotic flavours through and through.
Nice location,Good food, great customer service and even better staff!! Absolutely enjoyed every minute spent there, dismayed with myself for forgetting to leave a tip but there's always next time, as places like LITTLE MOMO has to be visited more than once!!
We picked Little Momo because I had eaten there before & loved the freshness wanted to introduce to my husband Excellent service & great staff
It was very clean and tidy space with great service. I was expecting the momos to be more authentic to the Nepalese or Tibetan style, but turned out to be like Chinese dumplings. The other dishes were more or less pan-asian with no particular adherence to one type of cuisine, for better or worse.