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Food Review: Sikkim’s Food Momo

Check out the food review of Gurung momos, also known as Sikkim Momos in Nagpur

Category: Northeastern cuisine

Must try: momos, chow chow, thupka, meat, lamjung rice and chicken lamchane

Location: Besides Hislop College, civil lines, Nagpur, 440001

Timings:  7:00-11:00 pm

Closed on: open on all days

Food service: 4/5

Meal for two: Rs 300 approx.

Air conditioning: No

Home Delivery: No

Valet Parking: No

Cards accepted: No

Sikkim's Food Momo
Sikkim’s Food Momo in Nagpur next to Hislop College (Pic by: Francis Abhilasha)

Sikkim’s Food Momos is the ‘King of food trucks’ in Nagpur! Suspicious as to why did I phrase it so? Because the food truck serves the best of the momos in city!

Sikkim's Food Momo
Delicious looking momos! (Pic by: Francis Abhilasha)

A steamy hot white covering, as soft as you could ever imagine, in-filled with a mixture of minced chicken, garlic, ginger, onions, coriander, some oil, and of course salt and pepper to taste, I presume 😉

Served with a smooth mayonnaise dip and a chilli puree’ with coriander, it gradually kills you from the inside with a kiss of awesomeness. Surrounded by momo lovers, earlier one could locate the food truck right next to the main gate of Hislop College, but at present, it stands in the dark alley on the left hand side of the college, reasons best known to them.

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With an instant service, the wholesome platter, comprising ten huge momo pieces for just Rs 150, would not be heavy on the pocket, but for the stomach for sure. Not a snack, but a meal in itself, Sikkim’s Food Momo? is emerging as a hot favourite in town.

A thumbs-up, from my side, for keeping the service – swift, rates -reasonable, quality – satisfying and taste – delicious!

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