Momo's lunch menu isn't terribly extensive, but it still manages to have a great selection of classic sandwiches, salads, and larger entrees. It took us a little while to order because we were spending more time talking that looking at the menu. Oops. Anyway, when we finally did order, E went with the French Dip. I know what you're thinking: How boring. Let me tell you, this sandwich was anything but boring (at least that's what I heard). See, Momo's makes their French dip with pot roast instead of roast beef. I know, right? Amazing. And they top it with Gruyere cheese, instead of the more conventional provolone or Swiss. E was a huge fan, especially after she tried the au jus, which reportedly had a really rich flavor that just made the sandwich.
Please note that I have borrowed the pictures in this post from Elizabeth, as hers turned out infinitely better than mine did.
|Look at all that cheese! And you can just tell that the roll is crunchy.|
|Isn't that just beautiful? It was crisp and light too.|
I would go back to Momo's for lunch in a heartbeat. I'd love to try them for dinner too. Or maybe for brunch. Actually definitely for brunch. I just looked at that menu, and now I'm starving. I suppose that's an occupational hazard. Anyway. Y'all should head on out to Momo's when you get a chance. It's definitely worth the trip, at least for lunch, but if dinner and brunch are anywhere near as good as our meal was, you'll be safe no matter what time of day you head out.
You can find Momo's on Facebook, Twitter, or on the web. Also, make sure to check out Elizabeth's post on our lunch date at her blog.