Making its debut in the Kingdom in 2016, Mo-Mo-Paradise, one of Asia’s top hotpot brands, has brought authentic Japanese shabu-shabu and sukiyaki soups to Cambodia.
From a humble beginning in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Mo-Mo-Paradise first opened in 1993 in the busiest administrative and commercial sector of Tokyo. Since then, the restaurant has expanded into to more than six countries across Asia and North America. Today it can be found in over 20 cities and 69 branches globally — including Los Angeles and Shanghai.
Mo-Mo-Paradise offers traditional Japanese hotpot in shabu-shabu and sukiyaki styles with a modern twist, served with a variety of local and international meats and vegetables.
Shabu-shabu is a Japanese hotpot dish of thinly-sliced meat and leafy vegetables cooked by dipping into a boiling broth. Its flavor tends to be savory and subtle, enhanced by the four signature Japanese sauces on offer.
Similar to shabu-shabu, sukiyaki is a Japanese dish consisting of thinly-sliced meat (thicker than that in shabu-shabu) cooked slowly with other ingredients in a salty and sweet soy sauce broth. The authentic way to eat sukiyaki is to dip the cooked meat into raw egg, letting the egg’s sweetness enhance the flavor of the salty meats and vegetables.
What is on the menu?
There are variety of courses you can choose from at Mo-Mo-Paradise depending on your appetite. Courses served are categorized into buffet and non-buffet, and all are served with high quality meats such as US beef, pork, chicken, and vegetables, as well as beef and chicken meatballs, udon, edamame, or ramen. Sweet extras include gelato and smoothies. Four signature sauces, made from authentic Japanese ingredients, accompany each hotpot. Choose between goma dare, ponzu, pasteurized egg, and karamiso to marinate your meal.
Customers feasting at midday can enjoy a Lunch Combo that features a hotpot with a soup of your choice for just $8 for a single hotpot. Upgrade to a twin hotpot by adding just 1$ extra. With a twin, you can choose two of Mo-Mo’s delicious soups.
For hungrier diners, the buffet course is priced at $13.80 during lunch and $15.80 at dinner time. Customers can enjoy 3 types of soup: shabu-shabu, sukiyaki, or wafu-kimchi. To upgrade to the ultimate buffet Party Course, which features premium speciality meats, customers will pay $23.80 at lunchtime and $26.80 in the evening.
Exclusive iOne Discount
iOne cardholders are entitled to a 7% discount on all buffet courses. All customers can enjoy 29% off on the 29th day of every month. Plus, loyal shabu-shabu fans can grab themselves a Mo-Mo-Paradise membership card, which can get you 10% off all buffet options.
Find Mo-Mo-Paradise on Facebook or visit the restaurant at No. 219, Pasteur Street (St. 51) corner Street 306, BKK1, Phnom Penh. Mo-Mo-Paradise opens from 11am to 2.30pm and 5pm to 10pm every day. Both cash and credit card are accepted. Bookings can be made at 098 393 888.