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Jhol Momos, Noodle Soup And An Under INR 150 Menu: This Koramangala Kiosk Does Shrimp Momos Too

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What Makes It Awesome?

Not that Koramangala has a dearth of momo stalls, but the kind that sells stuffings made from organic chicken, shrimps, and even squash is just one. And that's Momo Blues. A kiosk, to begin with, the places dishes out just four kinds of momos (two vegetarian and two non-vegetarian), that you can order either steamed or pan-fried.

There's a soupy kind too, the Jhol Momos, which are Kathmandu-style momo soup with the broth made from sesame and soya bean sauce. Perfect for those cold evenings when you need a bowl of warm soup. Or after a long night at Indigo XP and you need something substantial to hold the fort.

Their Chicken Noodle Soup is a must-try. The chicken broth is apparently simmered for 12 hours and it's finished off with flat noodles, chicken balls, and bok choy. Vegetarians, you will love that the Mighty Veggie momos have more than just cabbage. It's got tofu, carrot, soya chunks, and onion too. The shrimp momos are Korean Mandu-inspired.

How Much Did It Cost?

The menu is quite pocket-friendly and a meal for two will cost you just INR 250.