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I love middle eastern food. This city has a vast selection of excellent places for middle eastern cuisine. Few have a nicer patio. Unfortunately, the food at Momo's is well below mediocre. While the lentil soup was pretty good, the hummus was very bland, the chicken was far too fatty, and even the pita and zatar was disappointing. (How does one mess up zatar and pita?) I really wanted to like this charming, neighbourhood joint; I even went back after a disappointing first visit. In the future, I will walk the extra block to Bloor - where one can find a range of excellent middle eastern options.
The food is delicious and the service was friendly. The restaurant is very cozy and has a great patio
I love the laidback atmosphere, the amazing value, and the great staff! Whether you're meeting friends for dinner, or having a quick lunch by yourself, it's a great choice. And the wine is actually reasonablly priced! Hard to come by these days!
Great services and delicious food.
At least once a month I come here to relax and enjoy the food.
I often do not write bad reviews but I feel compelled to do so in this case. On a Saturday afternoon, I waited an hour to be served a salad and an additional half hour for a burger. An hour and half to be served in total ...hmmm.. It was not a packed house nor did we even have to be waited to be seated. Maybe ten people in total on the terrace. The waitress was kind but the service was totally... more
Being a Lebanese expatriate, having had grown up in the middle east eating this food all my life, I have to say that I was extremely excited when I found out about Momo's. Unfortunately, that's where the positivity of this review ends! To cut directly to the chase, if you are looking for delicious, authentic middle eastern cuisine, this is NOT the place to go. Their kafta is dry, bland, lacking... more
I ate here for a weekday dinner, and had a shwarma plate. The meat was good - none of the pieces of inedible fat and gristle that other shwarma places often include - but there wasn't very much of it for the $15 price. The salad dressing tasted like it was just lemon juice, without oil, vinegar, spices, or any other ingredients. The pita (I think it was baked on-site that day) was delicious,... more
Most of Momo’s returning clientele are local University of Toronto students sneaking a late snack or comforting meal. From shawarma to falafel this student-frequented spot costs around $25 for two people. The licensed patio can seat up to 30.