Dallas >Momo's Pasta
Addison and Knox location. Excellent food! The absolute best puttanesca sauce in Dallas. I've eaten there hundreds of times over the years. That says it all. Sad to see the Addison location so slow these days. Hey, the pasta is home made, go there. Forget that atrocity across Montfort. The pasta and the sauces there are horrible.
great food, warm staff, good service. This place always has very attentive staff, and always willing to make the customers happy. Will gladly let you bring your own wine in, although their wine list is very good and priced appropriately. They usually have some good wine features running too. The Gnocchi with sausage was divine.
Worst Customer Service Ever!.
So four girls decide to meet for lunch at this Italian restaurant near our office. The lunch menu is good and we order a grilled chicken with bow tie pasta dish off of it. Clearly asking for the lunch deal.
The plates start coming in, we first get a salad. Both my friend and I are happy. As in the case of most restaurants we go to, Lunch Menu always offers a salad or an appetizer of sort with the main course, so we thought it was pretty normal and did not question it. Then after lunch they served us the dessert, it was not until then we thought something was funny. First off the Tiramisu they gave us was something that was not even as good as what I make at home...and then they give us with a bill of $17.95 for the meal ($20 including tip)
When we questioned the waiter he told us that he had given us the three course meal deal. That was surely stupid because we did not ask for one. So I told him politely that we only wanted the lunch deal. He took our cards with him and said he will take care of it.
He comes back and before handing us the credit card receipts asks us when we thought we would return to that restaurant, for which both me and my friend told him "not anytime soon."
We were not expecting anything from him, but when he started asking questions we thought he was probably going to give us a gift card or a future discount. Instead the guy has the audacity to tell us that the next time we are there he would give us a deal.
So this person thought that we would be stupid enough to return there pay another $20 and then expect a discount of $2...making business out of his mistake too. I was so disgusted that I have decided never to go back there. I still cannot digest the fact that I paid $20 for a very average restaurant and meal.
great food, friendly staff, highland park atmosphere. This is the original momo's. New location, same great food. I was suprised to see such a diverse menu - and the vegetarian selections are fantastic. Try the house wine and the rotolo verde, it is the best homemade pasta in dallas, period.
Great Location, but the restaurant could be a lot better.... Seafood was fishy. Empty restaurant especially compared to the jam-packed Tolouse next door. Lazagna tasted like a microwave. Service was ok. I think it is a great location but I would like to see a better, more fun restaurant there.
Romantic Italian spot on the edge of Knox Street serves authentic cuisine with the option to B.Y.O.B..
Up front, a small bar area provides an area to sit on a busy night. The cozy dining room with brick walls, butcher paper on red tablecloths and colorful artwork is quiet enough for conversation, whether it's the latest business deal or a first date. Casually dressed waiters offer helpful advice on the wine list. When weather permits, patrons dine outside, people watching the Knox Street traffic. Diners range from deal makers to neighborhood families.
The traditional menu offers pasta and pizza options with a large amount of vegetarian choices. A popular appetizer, the bruschetta come with tomatoes, fresh basil and a dash of olive oil on slices of warm Italian bread. Entrees include gnochi di salsiccia: soft potato dumplings with house-made Italian sausage and tomato sauce. Capelli d'angelo alla MoMo has a creamy tomato sauce with shrimp and shredded salmon on angel hair pasta.
Great Neighborhood Italian. Went to Momo's to celebrate a friend's birthday. Good wine list (Monday nights are half price bottles) and attentive service. The good was great. My companion got some sort of steak in a port-mushroom sauce (and he was thrilled with his choice!) and I got the rotolo verde (cheese had a funny smell but tasted good). The complimentary pita-ish bread with olive oil dip is a refreshing change from the usual breadsticks and such.
Great Patio on Knox, fantastic atmosphere!. The wine selection was excellent, and the wait staff very attentive. I met a date here, and enjoyed every bit of the meal, and the restaurant. Date was really into the seafood, but I don't eat the stuff. I'm sure it's great. I had a pasta dish, with chiken and sundried tomatoes, that was fantastic. The food was great, but it was really just a great place to eat, and talk, and enjoy a great clear Dallas night.
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