Chen explained that it consists of noodles eaten after being dipped in a separate bowl of hot broth. Broths can take on different flavors, toppings and umami, and since the hot broth is separate from the noodles, tsukemen broth tends to be more concentrated and flavorful.
"The noodles and toppings are served at room temperature so that when you "dip" into the hot broth, it warms the noodle up and you slurp away, and yes we encourage slurping," Chen said in an email.
Fans of Brush, which opened in Decatur in 2016, will be happy to see some familiar menu items, including the Seared Pork Belly Don and Chicken Kara-Age Don.
The beverage program features cocktails, sake, wine and local and Japanese beers in cans, bottles and on tap.
"We'll be focusing on simplicity," Chen said.
Momo Cafe serves coffee drinks made with coffee from Stumptown Coffee Roasters, and Japanese-inspired drinks, desserts and pastries.
Momonoki is open from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday and Momo Cafe is open from 8 a.m.-9 p.m. daily.
95 8th St. NW Ste 100, Atlanta. momonokiatl.com/
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