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Here is a view of the courtyard area. It was quiet and a good spot for an outdoor meal.
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MoMo's Italian Restaurant

2800 Routh Street Dallas, Texas 75201
Open Sun.-Thu. 11am-10pm & Fri.-Sat. 10am-11pm.
214-521-3009 2 hours
April 2013 All year
$20-49 Dallas Texas
Website Food/Drinks Italian Restaurants
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MoMo's Pasta is an Italian restaurant located in the Quadrangle in the heart of Uptown. The menu includes many traditional Italian dishes. You won’t go hungry here if you favor salads, pastas, pizzas or panini sandwiches. The restaurant has a casual feel that is slightly upscale but still unpretentious. In addition to lunch and dinner, a brunch is offered on weekends. There is a second restaurant in Addison.

MoMo’s moved to Quadrangle shopping center in 2012, from a nearby location. The dining room has an “L” shape with tables set up on either end and with a bar in the middle. The restaurant's art and style is tasteful. When MoMo’s gets busy on weekend nights, the noise level can get loud. On a nice day the outdoor seating is a great option; it’s quiet and relaxing, and the courtyard is shielded from street noise. Musicians sometimes play at a neighboring restaurant.

Happening upon MoMo’s was the result of driving in circles looking for a parking spot and noticing the interesting sign and building. Once inside and seated it was impossible to decide between the bruschetta al pomodoro and a caprese salad, so the best option was to get both. The bruschetta was crunchy with a hint of olive oil and sprinkled with fresh tasty tomatoes. It was a great prelude to an even better caprese salad which was like a symphony of flavors, lush cheese combined with sweet and light cherry tomatoes and a dash of vinegar. The only disappointment was that the portion was small as was the bruschetta but the taste made up for it. A rotolo verde entrée tasted better than it looked. Four spinach ravioli medallions with tomato sauce on the side had a pleasant savory flavor; the spinach taste and tomato sauce worked well together. Dessert choices were meager, so extra bread and wine were ordered instead. The California sterling cabernet nicely complemented the meal. Service was quick, efficient and pleasant. All in all, eating at Momo’s was a pleasure, and it’s worth a return visit.
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guyonthego
6/14/2014 6:52:03 PM
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Came back to a nearby winebar and ordered some margherita pizza. It sucked. Way to cheesy and bland, defintely not one to order. Also ordered bruschetta and pink bread was delivered instead so prior review still stands but would advise against the pizza unless you like copious amounts of cheese.