Houston >Mo Mong
“Place was really romantic so that was a plus.”
“The drinks here are not very good, my partner had a horrible mango martini.”
“The food is great for the area and without driving all the way across town in case you're not located close to”
“The menu is wonderful with so much variety.”
“It's a great place to go with freinds or a date.”
“My 5 & 7 year old boys (who love Asian food) LOVED it, and wanted us to go back with them.”
“The bartenders are awesome and the atmosphere is really cool.”
“Overall, it's a trendy spot with the best martini prices is town.”
“The service is generally a little slow, so keep that in mind.”
Awesome place folks. Great Vietnamese 'fajitas' in chicken or beef. The crispy spring rolls are the best in the city. Open your minds and enjoy the great food and service.
vietnamese. The trendy neighborhood restaurant next to copy dot com in the Montrose area is now serving Crawfish on tuesdays. Boiled in Louisiana and asian spices to there bright red and steamy pared with new potatoes and corn on the cobb.
An Excellent Meal. Offers an awesome take on Asian food,not like any other I have ever Tasted. The owners have surpassed all others and created an gourmet taste and product, at a Mickey D's Price! A must try Restaurant!
This place has gone downhill! AVOID AT ALL COSTS. I've been going to Mo Mong for years. I have noticed a slight decline but after tonight's meal, I will never be back. It took over 20 minutes to get our Mango Chicken Spring roll app. My martini tasted like Robitussin and cost $9.00 - wayy too much. Our food took almost 45 minutes to arrive. Keep in mind we were one of maybe 3 or 4 parties in the entire restaurant. When we were served, the plates were chipped and cracked. I don't know what happened to this place but it's horrible now. I would recommend dining elsewhere.
Superb. This place should be in every conversation of great Houston eating establishments. The menu is wonderful with so much variety. Today I kept it simple with a grilled pork sandwhich and the pork was melt in your mouth good. The Bangkok Chicken is also very good. Great place!
hot tranny thai fierce mess.
Hey, place was pretty good in my opinion. Service was excellent. Especiall since I over did it with the hot sauce and needed like 4 glasses of water PRONTO. Place was really romantic so that was a plus. Cool music playing. Art work on the wall was a little over priced, but that did not subtract from my dining experience. Pricing was fair as well.
The vermicelli was not the best in houston, (van lock and les girals much better) but it was not bad either. The calamari was pretty crappy, actually really crappy. But, hey, this is a vietnamese restaurant, not italian. Probobly should have listened to the waiter on the food recommendation. My girlfriends plate of noodles was tastey and delish. I watched several cool looking martinis pass by and they looked really good. Not dying to go back there but I wont avoid it either.
Great sophisticated vietnamese food. This restaurant is a cool combination of urban and ethnic. The food is consistently good, and they have more than the standard vietnamese restaurants in town. The food has never disappointed us, and the service has always been excellent. There is always good people-watching here, and the patio is fun when the weather is not too hot.
Top notch grub!!!. Bo luc lac, Mango spring rolls, (don't 4get the mango dipping sauce)YUMM!...Have an ice cold Tiger lager for me my friend, you'll surely appreciate it. Can't wait to go back.
We read the reviews for Mo Mong and decided to do take out. The service was quick and the interior of the restaurant was trendy but comfortable. We ordered the mango rolls, gu luc lac, and mo mong noodles. Overall the meal was mediocre for the price and I am not sure that I would return. Of the things that we ordered the best dish was the gu luc lac, next the mango rolls and VERY last was the mo mong noodles.
If you are a big fan of Asian food I would not expect anything amazing from this restaurant.
Strip mall Vietnamese spot in the heart of Montrose known for their killer martinis and Wednesday night parties..
Though the small space can get a little noisy at peak times, the regulars at this longtime neighborhood spot count on Asian fusion menu favorites like the varied spring rolls (sample mango and chicken, coconut shrimp or duck varieties), fried oysters with a wasabi-tinged sauce, volcano chicken, wasabi crabcakes, duck salad, and curry and noodle dishes. In addition to a variety of sakes, the drink menu includes wildly popular fruit-infused martinis including mango, raspberry and ginger.
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