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Melbourne - Momo Restaurant

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radiopolitic Mar 7, 2009 09:33 AM

Has anyone eaten here before and if so what's the word on the street?

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    Mrs Sparkles RE: radiopolitic Apr 15, 2009 03:36 AM

    I have eaten there. It was very good. Unfortunately, I think it's closed, and Tobie Puttock's "fifteen" (collaboration with Jamie Oliver) is where Momo used to be.

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      e_ting RE: Mrs Sparkles Apr 16, 2009 12:21 AM

      Momo has reopened in the Grant Hyatt

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        mr_gimlet RE: e_ting Apr 16, 2009 11:19 AM

        yes, I think that was what the OPs question was about as it reopened late Feb

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          radiopolitic RE: mr_gimlet Apr 21, 2009 01:01 PM

          Yep, exactly what I was asking about. Sorry for the confusion.

          So, anyone eaten there recently?

          Website still isn't up to date. http://www.momorestaurant.com.au/

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      mr_gimlet RE: radiopolitic May 11, 2009 12:46 PM

      Review in The Age today. 16.5/20 - very smart dining room, excellent to superb food, astonishingly expensive but with lot of freebie sides.

      1. Chinese Colonel RE: radiopolitic Jun 8, 2009 02:15 AM

        Amazing - dined there on April 25. Excellent service, restrained decor with private lift to lower levels of recently refurbished Grand Hyatt. Prices match the 5 star environment. First time I have paid over $50+ for a main dish in Melbourne that wasn't a seafood special. The pigeon pie was impressive, layer upon layer of super thin pastry masked a lovely spiced squab. Worth the wait, and go before the buzz becomes a drone.

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          radiopolitic RE: Chinese Colonel Jul 26, 2009 09:41 PM

          I live in Canada so it will be a while before I can make it out there but I'm glad it's good. Greg Malouf is someone I have been following for a long time and I've really liked his cookbooks.

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