Afghani Veg momos

Chilli Paneer veg momos

Thukpa with steamed Chicken momos

The Menu card

Discovered this small outlet in #PimpleSaudagar, called “π‘¨π’”π’Šπ’‚π’ π‘ͺπ’‰π’π’‘π’”π’•π’Šπ’„π’Œπ’”” [right next to One China- Malaka Spice]. As you walk in, the first thing you notice are the Tibetan flags above, and the cool art on the walls near the counter.

We love momos and upon glancing through their menu, decided to try a few [food was so good, we have since gone back for a 2nd visit]
  1. Veg Afghani Momos – comes with a little gravy and so good.
  2. Veg Steamed Momos – Very good and not too garlicky.
  3. Pan fried Chilli Paneer Momos – Tad spicy but so good
  4. Thukpa* with Chicken Steamed Momos – Perfect for the weather.
  5. Hot Coffee [yes, I felt like a coffee] – instant coffee, but well-made [ low on sugar]
  6. Virgin Mojito [was alright]

Loved all the dishes & so would add aΒ #MusthaveΒ against all.Β πŸ™‚
Realised, each of the momos are shaped differently, and cooked on order.
Total value for money.
First visit was a dine in and second was take away, both times the dishes held their shape & flavour.
The momo chutney served alongside was actually a pleasant surprise- it was not the mouth burning kind but had a good kick of heat to it.
While we waited for our order, we spotted quite a few people just walking in, placing an order, and leaving only to come back in 10 mins to collect their parcel. Looked like regulars. Well, we are glad to have found this place, cos they deliver to Hinjewadi.

Asian ChopsticksΒ 
Near Henny Penny Preschool
Ground floor, Lane Number 3
Pimple Saudagar, Pune, Maharashtra 411027
Zomato, Swiggy & Dunzo as well

*Note: About Thukpa for those hearing of it for the first time..Β 
Thukpa is a Tibetan noodle soup that originated in Tibet’s eastern region.
There are quite a few varieties – Amdo thukpa, particularly thenthuk, is a variation made by Indians, particularly Ladakhis, as well as Sikkimese, Nepalese, and Tibetans. Thukpa can be made vegetarian or non-vegetarian, with chicken being the most common non-vegetarian option.
My first experience having Thukpa was in Gangtok during my trip back in 2018. We had gone to lunch at a local restaurant in Gangtok’s famous MG Road, where I chose the Veg Thukpa. A giant bowl of hot noodle soup arrived in front of me packed with vegetables and Oh my god, it was so good but too much to finish.Β  It is the equivalent to a Ramen or Pho, comforting and a meal on its own.Β 
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