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[CLOSED] Mo'mor Izakaya by W. Martin

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Mo’mor, a contemporary izakaya with Japanese and European elements helmed by Wmartin. The restaurant doles out delectable tapas and grills at affordable prices. Exuding a congenial and calm vibe as well as boasting indoor and alfresco settings, Mo’mor makes an ideal address for tête-à-têtes or family gatherings. The dishes here celebrate the interplay of texture and flavours, with freshness as the third dimension. Most ingredients are procured from Swiss Butchery, one of Singapore’s pioneering premium butchers that began in 1994. By getting the ingredients from this butchery, Mo’mor ensures that it uses premium-grade and the freshest ingredients to create its dishes.
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56 Tanglin Road
#B1-01 Tanglin Post Office
Singapore 247964

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The grilled iberico pork jowl tapas with the slight charcoal taste was great! We also thoroughly enjoyed the mains- oven baked cod filet, miso chicken, crab meat linguine. The modified ‘eggs Benedict’ - poached egg with Serrano ham and spinach served on muffin might be the best eggs Benedict I’ve ever eaten.

#tip #makeareservation #brunch bundle set menu is really worthwhile as it comes with 1 tapas+1 main + 1 desert for $25++ or 2 tapas+1main+ 1 desert for $35++. The menu is not on display (maybe it’s going to be phased out?) so you might have to ask for it from waitress.

#notrecommendedforsolodiners #comewithfriendssoyoucanshare #hangoutwithfriends #brunch


Super worth lunch set. Only $18++, it come with one starter, one main and one dessert. Add $5, we enjoyed a 200g steak. As they might had changed their menu, the dishes you see here might not be available. However, for its price, it was worth visiting.


The honeycomb itself was really crunchy and becomes a jaw workout halfway thru the dessert. It's also really sweet and gets saccharine after a while, but they tried to balance it with the lime milk gel and the coffee crumbles. The lime milk gel wasnt impressive on its own with its subtle creamy citrus, but complements the sweet honeycomb sublimely. At first i tot the coffee crumbles were for show only, but turns out they were salty and add a savoury element. Overall a really well thought-out dessert with synergy between it's unassuming elements. Do get to share if possible as it may be difficult to finish.