Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto’s Momosan Seattle Launches Lunch Service on Jan. 20

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Momosan Seattle, located inside ThePublix building at 504 5th Avenue South in Seattle’s International District, will offer lunch service Monday-Saturday from 11:30am-3pm beginning Jan. 20.  Starting Jan. 20, Momosan Seattle will be open for lunch Monday-Saturday from 11:30am-3pm, dinner Monday-Saturday from 5pm-10pm, and Sunday from 12pm-10pm for an all-day dinner menu. The restaurant is first-come, first-served and offers guests the opportunity to place their names on a waiting list.

The lunch menu will offer a variety of customizable lunch sets, featuring a choice of a small bowl of ramen paired with either a small rice bowl (don) or a sushi roll, served with a side of pickled cabbage. Chef Morimoto’s varieties of Japanese-style flavor forward ramen available for lunch range from a dense and silky tonkotsu to a lighter Tokyo chicken, as well as tan-tan and butabara ramen options. Rice bowl options include gyu (thin beef belly, onion, braised in sweet soy over rice), curry (Japanese-style pork with vegetable curry over rice) and poke (choice of tuna or salmon, nori, negi over rice. Sushi choices include California roll, spicy tuna roll, spicy salmon roll, spicy yellow tail roll and vegetable roll. The lunch sets also offer an option to add kakuni bao, steamed gyoza and spicy wonton.

In addition to lunch sets, the lunch menu will offer a selection of signature appetizers such as soft shell bao, duck tacos, crispy mimiga, hot oil carpaccio, sticky ribs and karaage; an array of sushi rolls; and warming bowls of ramen to satisfy cold weather cravings. Full bar service is also available during lunch.

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