January 29, 2013

a gem on 28th between lexington & 3rd

on saturday evening while we were in ny, our friends took us to momokawa
i *fell in love* right away. 
it's tiny, but oh so authentic and warm.

for appetizers we had the croquette, fish cake and ordered sake and kiran beer. 
and for the main dish, we had their beef sukiyaki with vegetable and udon (noodles).
a couple of our friends also ordered seafood ramen which was delicious as well.
after our sukiyaki was done, we ordered extra noodles because it was just so delicious.



36 comments

  1. Oh wow, looks so nice! I always order the beef sukiyaki at the little japanese place I always like to go to, and there is truly something about its tininess that I love, somewhat authentic and just feels like you're in japan in a way :)

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    1. Don't you just love the little places that are authentic? :)

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  2. This looks sooo -so- good! What a cool, little place!

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  3. Ooo that looks so yummy!! I'm always looking for an excuse to go into Manhattan! When it gets warmer I definitely want try this one out!! =)

    Ergo - Blog

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    1. Hope you get a chance to go! Read the Yelp reviews too before going! They're very helpful!

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  4. I LOVE Sukiyaki minus the beef (i dont eat beef). Look sooo perfect for a cold day. Will definitely keep this on my list when visiting NY. Thank you for making me hungry...grrrr.

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  5. this looks amazing.
    http://xtheperfectmess.blogspot.com.au

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  6. this looks and sounds delicious! yum. i need some good sukiyaki and noodles.

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    1. They are kind of the perfect comfort food, too! :)

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  7. this just made me so hungry.
    I just want to eat my way through Japan one day!

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  8. Oooh, sounds and looks so enticing! I love noodles, ramen, well Asian food in general! Maybe it's because I'm Asian! Although, I have to admit, I'm eating Paleo and haven't had any noodles in about 3 weeks. I'm about overdue! -Jessica L

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    1. I think I know what you mean! Sometimes when I go for weeks without Asian food, I hear a calling!

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  9. Food posts always make me hungry, haha. Looks very tasty, and warm too! I have to remind myself to go here one of these days.

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    1. Food posts always makes me hungry, too!

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  10. Thanks for your lovely comment! You have a beautiful blog. These pics are making me crave some Japanese.

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    1. Hope you get to eat some delicious Japanese food soon!

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  11. Hi Jane, oh my, this looks so yummy. I'm a fan of fish cakes.

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  12. Woah. these are really great photos and it looks like really great food. What a fun saturday evening!

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    1. Yum~ I wish I can go back! It was really good!

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  14. The food looks amazing! Love the sound of fish cakes, beef with vegetables, and udon- noodles were my favorite and still are, but I have had to cut grains and anything not truly "natural" out of my diet. =( Well, except every once in a while. Sounds like my kind of place! -Jessica L

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  15. Looks really delicious and reminds me that I have not had tofu in a really long time!

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  16. mmmm this looks amazingly delicious.....UGH! I need to visit New York just to eat more.

    <3 katherine / of corgis & cocktails

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    1. hope you get to go to new york soon!

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