Kamila and Harry lay the focus firmly on flavour in MOMO. The restaurant is unconventional in terms of its menu, and the fact that there is no primary emphasis on any one style of cooking. Instead, the desire is to make every plate of food as primal as it can be, whether that is something elegant like smoked cod risotto with bacon and maple syrup, or something gutsy like slow cooked beef ribs with roasted parsnips and garlic purée. There is confident panache right across the board, from Dungarvan Ale brined chicken supreme with sausage stuffing to a perfectly poised Catalan fish stew, whilst their excellent menu for children has deservedly been hoovering up awards. Service and value are excellent, and on a busy night the room fizzes with atmosphere.
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