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    5 Best Places To Have Momos In Guwahati

    Winter is the time when we crave for hot momos and with the air already getting chilled, evenings are all about gorging on these white beauties. So, momo junkies welcome aboard! You just can’t resist a hot piping plate of delicious cute, white and tiny dumplings if you are a true blue blood foodie. Also, when you are in Guwahati, you can’t miss some designated momo vendors to get momofied.

    If you want to treat your taste buds with the best momos in town? Here are the top 5 popular momo joints in Guwahati where you can hit up and eat till your heart’s content.

    John’s Kitchen

    If you are searching for the best momos in the city, this place is the answer. This small eatery has been serving the people of the city since time immemorial and the taste hasn’t changed a bit. Make sure that you are prepared to stand in a queue as it hardly stays empty.

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    Fat Belly

    This food joint has six outlets reaching the length and breadth of the city. Starting from Uzan Bazar, Commerce College, Dighalipukhuri, Beltola, Narengi to Maligaon this outlet is ruling the city. They are serving the best momos with different kinds of sauces. It’s popular for its vodka momos which are lip-smacking, BTW!

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    By The Way

    Located in Zoo road and Dighalipukhuri, this place serves chicken momo with a chutney which is to die for. The price of the momos might burn a hole in your pocket but they are worth for every penny.

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    Chinese Hut

    Located in Ulubari opposite the Nehru Stadium, this place is old but it serves the best momos in town. Be it chicken or pork, steamed or fried this place is a heaven for momo lovers like me. A good plate consists of 10 chicken momos worth Rs 60 and the price differs for steamed and fried momos.

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    Cosy Kitchen

    Pocket-friendly is what defines Cozy Kitchen which is located in G.S. road in the ABC area of the city. The menu ranges from normal to gravy momos all served at a reasonable price. The taste is top-notch and it is a great hangout place for college going students and also for adults.

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    Grab your momo plate right away and you can thank us later!

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