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About Mo-Thuk

The word Mo-Thuk is a portmanteau formed by combining two words - "Mo" from "Momo" (Dumpling) and "Thuk" from "Thukpa" (Noodle Soup). Mo-Thuk, as the name suggests, is a soupy dish comprising traditional Tibetan hand wrapped dumplings or momos served in a delicious (often meat based) broth. A quick glance at the dish gives an illusion that the dumplings are floating in the broth. That's why, sometimes, it's often called "Swimming Momo" by westerners. Nothing can beat the wonderful taste of juicy dumplings served in a bowl of warm soup on cold winter evenings. The flavour of the delicious broth permeates into the soft skin of the momo as it cooks and this greatly enhances the taste of the dum

About Momos

Momo is a traditional delicacy popular in Tibet and the adjacent Himalayan regions like Nepal, Bhutan and India. With the advent of globalisation, this popular dish has left its delicious imprint on the palates of food lovers worldwide. The recipe itself is actually quite straightforward. It's simple handmade dumpling with meat or vegetable filling that is either steamed, fried or served in soup. However, it is the preparation i.e. the seasoning and freshness of ingredients that varies from restaurant to restaurant! Therefore, the taste and freshness of one plate of momo can be very different from another! At #NomadTibetanRestaurant, we pride ourselves on always serving freshly made momos wi

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