Momo's Bistro Restaurant

Momo's Bistro Restaurant

Momo's Bistro

 
Address: 664 The Queensway,
Etobicoke, ON, M8Y 1K7, Canada
Phone: (416) 252-5560
Fax: N/A
E-mail: N/A
Website: N/A
Reservation: Make a Reservation
Delivery: Order Online
Online Menu
Online Menu
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Soups and Salads
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Classic Caesar Salad (click for more info...)
Mixed Baby Greens Salad (click for more info...)
Soup of the Day (click for more info...)
Warm Wild Mushroom Salad (click for more info...)
Entrees
Asian Spiced Barbecue Crusted Pork Tenderloin (click for more info...)
Baby Greens Salad (click for more info...)
Bacon
Black and Saffron Linguini (click for more info...)
Blackened Catfish (click for more info...)
Breaded Calamari (click for more info...)
Champagne and Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice
Coconut Crusted Tiger Shrimp (click for more info...)
Crab Cake (click for more info...)
Crab Carbonara (click for more info...)
Cumin Crusted Grouper (click for more info...)
Dijon Mustard Crusted Breast of Capon (click for more info...)
Eggs Benedict (click for more info...)
Eggs Sardov (click for more info...)
Fettucini Carbonara (click for more info...)
Freshly Juiced Carrot, Apple and Ginger
Frittata (click for more info...)
Grilled Artichoke and Roasted Pepper Salad (click for more info...)
Grilled Tuna and Avocado Club (click for more info...)
Grilled Vegetable Baguette Sandwich (click for more info...)
Hash Browns
Momo's French Toast (click for more info...)
Mo'Quiche du Jour (click for more info...)
Pancakes
Pan Seared Atlantic Salmon (click for more info...)
Pork bangers
Scrambled Eggs Cristoff (click for more info...)
Seared Shrimp and Scallop Capellini (click for more info...)
Steak and Eggs (click for more info...)
Tri-Burger (click for more info...)
Two eggs as you like them
Main Dishes
Asian Spiced BBQ Crusted Pork Tenderloin (click for more info...)
Blackened Catfish Fillet (click for more info...)
Cajun Crusted Monk Fish (click for more info...)
Grilled Atlantic Salmon (click for more info...)
Grilled Chicken Linguini (click for more info...)
Grilled Half Chicken Dinner (click for more info...)
Grilled Vegetable Fettucini (click for more info...)
Julienne of Veal Tenderloin and Porcini Mushroom Penne (click for more info...)
Linguini with Baby Clams and Shrimp (click for more info...)
Melange Pepper Crusted Fillet of Beef Tenderloin (click for more info...)
Pan Seared Fillet of Halibut (click for more info...)
Pan Seared Shrimp and Scallops Singapore Style (click for more info...)
Peppercorn Crusted Ahi Tuna (click for more info...)
Slow Roasted Honey Glazed Half Duck (click for more info...)
Veal Scalloppini (click for more info...)
Dinner Entrees
Bocconcini, Moroccan Olives, Avocado and Hot House Tomatoes (click for more info...)
Chicken Satay (click for more info...)
Cured Salmon, Ahi Tuna Tartar (click for more info...)
Grilled Scallops (click for more info...)
Grilled Shrimp Calamari Salad (click for more info...)
Louisiana Crab Cakes (click for more info...)
Steamed Little Neck Clams and Mussels (click for more info...)
Thai Peanut Shrimp (click for more info...)
Truffle, Scallops, and Potato Stuffed Puff Pastry (click for more info...)
Warm Mushroom and Goat Cheese Salad (click for more info...)
Desserts
Cheese Platter (click for more info...)
cheese platter for two
Daily Cheesecake (click for more info...)
Ice Creams and Sorbets from Gelato Fresco (click for more info...)

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