Momosan Wynwood

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Iron Chef Morimoto's Wynwood restaurant offers a two-course brunch ($45) that lets diners pair popular menu items, including sushi, tartare, bao buns and Japanese fried chicken. Heartier favorites, such as ramen and Wagyu beef (for an upcharge) are part of the combo. Add brunch cocktails for an extra $15. Brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 3pm

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Momosan Wynwood Google Reviews

Momosan Wynwood
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Li FanLi Fan
13:04 18 Oct 22
Friend invited us to try this place. Apparently it’s pretty popular in California. Dishes we ordered all tasted great. The twice cooked pork rib is super tender on the inside and crispy on the outside. The fried chicken uses white meat and is very juicy and tender too.Fried brussels sprouts is creative and refreshing. Tonkatsu and Spicy Tonkatsu ramen we ordered used real pork bone broth instead of powders and ramen tastes nice and firm.Overall very impressed. Reasonable price too.
Lina NgoLina Ngo
14:16 28 Jun 22
The service was a little slower than what I would expect but the food made up for everything! The Peking duck was so juicy and tender ! The ramen was super creamy. Wagyu was cooked nicely and just melted away. Everything was so good. Great vibes !
23:51 26 Apr 22
I’m glad I finally made it over to Momosan after hearing all the hype! We made a reservation for Saturday evening and were quickly seated when we arrived. This is a popular restaurant – be prepared for a large crowd.We ordered some different items on the menu:-Tuna Pizza: Good, but overpriced for what it is. I suggest getting something else.-Sticky Ribs: Great, I would get them again.-Wagyu Carpaccio: Very good, would order again.-Gyukotsu Ramen & Wagyu Pho: These were both good. However, I did find them both to be very gamey in flavor, which can be either good or bad depending on your preferences. The pho is also definitely not made in the traditional style, but I still enjoyed it. To be honest, I have had better ramen in the past, and I much prefer every other small Vietnamese restaurants’ pho over this one.-Sticky Rice: It was good, although I have had better sticky rice. Could be more flavorful.Other notes: Our waitress was great and very helpful. The ambiance is average for this type of restaurant – not much to comment on. Bathroom was messy. The yuzu margarita was mostly ice and I wouldn’t order it again.Overall, yes, the food is enjoyable and good. However, it was definitely overpriced for what it is. Additionally, I would not go here if you are looking for traditional cuisine. Visit for the experience, but check out your local smaller, family-owned restaurants if you want a more traditional dish for more affordable prices.
Claudia MendezClaudia Mendez
02:45 12 Apr 22
I really love this place so much.This is generally my go to for dinner with my sister and it’s a very nice place to have dinner.We get a sampler of pretty much everything and then we share the plates.The ribs are great, the pork bao are great, the fried chicken is great(it would be nicer if they got turned into smaller bites however), the firecracker shrimp are absolutely amazing and the Ramen is to die for.I highly recommend this place for anyone wanting to have a light dinner. It’s very economical as well if you want it to be. Between my sister and I we only spent $60 before tip and we felt it was an awesome value… now if you add a steak on there … lol!
Andre Choo QuanAndre Choo Quan
15:55 06 Jan 22
We had high expectations for Momosan based on my friends experience, and after seeing all of the Instagram photos (hell, even my photos makes the food look great) and options on their menu, my belly was in my hand!A frozen Kirin Ichiban Draft beer got the night started. Our waiter then gave the run down of the popular menu items, but this is how we rolled the dice.Hot AppetizersSoft Shell Bao (Fried crab) – LovedPork Gyoza – OkayPopcorn Shrimp – LikedSpicy Wonton – OkayFrom the A5 Wagyu Selection, we went with the Carpaccio. We liked it, but I wanted to love it… after all it’s A5 Wagyu!Sushi RollsShrimp TempuraSpicy YellowtailCalifornia RollThe rolls were for my teenage daughters, which explains the California roll. But overall, nothing exciting or exceptional. Rolls at other restaurants such as Suviche and Tunaki are more complex and tasty.RamenTonkotsu – OkayI’m no ramen expert, but I’ve enjoyed better ramen at other local joints. And if the Ramen is one of the restaurants main attractions, then I might not be the best judge.The reality is, I might have to reset my palate or I have been eating at too many Japanese restaurants because even Brunch at Zuma (one of my Top 3 all time restaurants) this past weekend felt average.3.5 Stars for me. I liked most of the dishes we tried, but I’m not sure when or if I will be back.Oh, avoid outdoor seating. You’re basically on the street with a canopy. No ambiance.Ps. After writing this review, I learnt that Momosan is an Iron Chef Morimoto establishment, which makes me even more disappointed on the overall experience. Iron Chef should = EPIC.

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