Momonoki is a new spot in Midtown, and comes from the same team as Brush Sushi Izakaya in Decatur. Their menu includes things like ramen, katsu sandwiches, and donburi, and it’s one of the first places around to serve dipping ramen. They also have a cafe attached, called Momo Cafe, that has coffee, matcha, freshly baked pastries, as well as soft-serve flavors like black sesame and matcha.
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