An exciting new dumpling restaurant has opened in Sandgate Road, Nundah.
8848 Mo:Mo House serves traditional Nepalese dumplings, using fresh ingredients and rich, fragrant herbs and spices.
This is the second 8848 Mo:Mo House to open in Brisbane, with the flagship restaurant located in Fortitude Valley.
Owner Hom Pyashi is excited to bring traditional Nepalese dumplings to Nundah, with 21 different types of momos currently available (and more to come).
“8848 Mo:Mo House is the complete Nepalese dumpling house. Our first restaurant in Fortitude Valley remains very popular, and we’re excited to bring our offerings to Nundah and northside residents,” says Hom.
Momos are a traditional serving of meat or vegetable-filled dumplings, brimming with delicate and flavourful juices, served with traditional chutney and a house-made dipping sauce.
8848 Mo:Mo House serves a variety of momos, including steam and fried varieties, with chicken, pork, seafood and vegetarian fillings. They also offer jhol momos (soupy dumplings) and open momos.
In addition to their extensive dumplings on offer, 8848 Mo:Mo House Nundah also serves chow mein, khaja, spicy chicken wings, sausage sticks, potato wedges and chips.
Their dessert speciality is the Chocomo – homemade chocolate momos served with their in-house chocolate topping and ice-cream.
Hom looks forward to meeting more Brisbane northside residents, with the restaurant open for dinner, 7 days a week, 5pm to 10pm.
They offer dine-in and takeaway, plus have function and catering options available.