Food Safari - Momos in Mirik!

It was a chilly and cloudy morning when we reached Mirik. Having left Siliguri early in the morning after sipping a cup of tea, we were hungry when we reached this cute little hill station on the way to Darjeeling. A row of stalls selling hot momos, noodles etc beckoned us.

We are not really fond of momos. Poorna keep saying that it is nothing but a version of our own recipe "Kucchida Kadabu". Since we always believe in eating local cuisine on our travel, we decided to try out Momos for breakfast. 

The steaming momos were inviting and Gurkha lady manning the stall invited us to taste the hot momos. Being veggies, we asked her to give us a plate of veg momos. One bite and we fell in love with it. Hot momos with red chilli chutney was yummy. It had never tasted better. These were definitely better than the ones we had tasted in some of the famed restaurants in Bangalore. After eating to our hearts full, we watered down by a hot cup of tea. 

Brinda with a plate of Momos
Then there were big ones as well. We asked the lady what was that. She said that it is the large size momo. This is the standard breakfast in the hills.


Savour these momos when you to Darjeeling or Mirik or Gangtok. They are better than the ones served in the famed restaurants in our cities!

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Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Food Safari - Momos in Mirik!

It was a chilly and cloudy morning when we reached Mirik. Having left Siliguri early in the morning after sipping a cup of tea, we were hungry when we reached this cute little hill station on the way to Darjeeling. A row of stalls selling hot momos, noodles etc beckoned us.

We are not really fond of momos. Poorna keep saying that it is nothing but a version of our own recipe "Kucchida Kadabu". Since we always believe in eating local cuisine on our travel, we decided to try out Momos for breakfast. 

The steaming momos were inviting and Gurkha lady manning the stall invited us to taste the hot momos. Being veggies, we asked her to give us a plate of veg momos. One bite and we fell in love with it. Hot momos with red chilli chutney was yummy. It had never tasted better. These were definitely better than the ones we had tasted in some of the famed restaurants in Bangalore. After eating to our hearts full, we watered down by a hot cup of tea. 

Brinda with a plate of Momos
Then there were big ones as well. We asked the lady what was that. She said that it is the large size momo. This is the standard breakfast in the hills.


Savour these momos when you to Darjeeling or Mirik or Gangtok. They are better than the ones served in the famed restaurants in our cities!

If you love local food while travelling, you should not miss out this series in this blog. Please click here to go on a Food safari......

Food Safari

Food Streets of Indore

In search of Suleimani Chai......

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6 Comments:

At 2/04/2014 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

We had these yummy veg momos with red hot chilly chutney on our way from Darjeeling to Kalimpong at a roadside shack near Lamahatta while our car was being gently washed !!

Your post tempts us to drive to savour those moments again ! Thank You

Regards, Ashoka Rao

 
At 2/05/2014 , Blogger Rachit Aggarwal said...

Seems quite authentic and unlike what is served in restaurants.

 
At 2/06/2014 , Blogger Preeti P said...

Yumm post :) Looking forward to hvg these momos in our Gangtok trip later this year..
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At 2/06/2014 , Blogger Poorna and Brinda said...

Thanks Preeti. Enjoy your trip. If you need any help you an call @ 9845044486

 
At 2/06/2014 , Blogger Poorna and Brinda said...

Thanks Ashok.

 
At 2/06/2014 , Blogger Poorna and Brinda said...

Oh yes. Home made stuff!!

 

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