Vegetarian Momos you need to try in Jammu.

Momos is a well known dish that is flooding the street food markets in India. These are small flour dumplings with flavorful vegetarian and non vegetarian fillings. Though they form a part of Tibetan cuisine, the Indians have taken over this dish after adding their own twists . Here we are sharing 5 types of momos(veg and non veg)  that you need to try in Jammu that are sure to satiate your hunger pangs. 

This is us @_gourmandize_ and @thekaravanlife , sharing our love for Momos with all of you. Now being a vegetarian shouldn’t get in the way of trying some quirky combinations. We love:


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1. Fried Veg Momos at Chetty’s Corner| Nanak Nagar.
2. Tandoori Momos 

Move over steamed and Fried momos for a much Indian option is now available These tandoori momos are marinated in mouth watering spices and then roasted in a tandoor for that charcoal flavour. These are available both in veg and Non veg options

Place: Vegetarian: Nomad Cafe Sainik Colony, & Lorenz Cafe Nanak Nagar

Non Vegetarian: Nai Dilli , Railway Road.

3. Cheese Corn Pan fried Momos at Momo tails:

Ever tried momos with Mozerella and corn? If not then you need to try this amazing combination. The savoury flavour of cheese carefully balances the slight sweetness of the corn making this a unique option for all food and momo lovers.

4. Makhan Malai Momos & Kurkure Momos, Nomad cafe | Sainik colony.

5. Chilli Momos,

These momos have a slight chinese touch to them and are often served with a spicy and sweet gravy with vegetables. If you are a lover of Chinese flavours, than this is what you need to try.

Place: Kohli Fast food| Panjtirthi.
Nayi Dilli, Railway Road & Momo Tails, Bahu plaza

6. Paneer Momos

Place: Casino Fast food | Purani Mandi

➡️After being asked from a lot of people about some recommendations for Vegetarians, we @thekaravanlife are so happy and grateful to @_gourmandize_ for letting us use her content to offer you wider variety of our fav food- Momos.

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