“Momed’s signature flourless chocolate cake makes for an indulgent dessert.” – LA Times
“It’s a surprisingly good value in a city full of overpriced entrees” – New York Times full article
Don’t forget to make your reservations for valentines day 2019! View our Valentines day menus.
Join us New Year’s Eve! First seating for $55 between 5pm and 7pm and then second seating for $75 between the hours of 8:30pm to close. All reservations are pre-paid at the time of reservations. Tax, Tip and applicable charges will be added to the final check.
MOMED Atwater Village is pleased to present our “Immigrant Dinner” menu every Thursday night.
Momed Beverly Hills is EIGHT YEARS OLD! To celebrate, at our Beverly Hills location only, we have a couple of amazing special menus offering diners a great deal for brunch and dinner. We have a three-course dinner for Two available for just $69 ($110 value) and for brunch we’re offering a two course brunch for … Read More
Los Angeles is a huge city. And by huge, that means over 500 square miles just for the municipality itself, not including outlying areas. What that means is that there’s plenty of opportunity for restaurants and bars to nestle themselves into the most unlikely locations. With neighborhoods spread out from the Pacific Ocean to the … Read More
The Puerto Rico moment Dozens and dozens of chefs and restaurants are coming out of the woodwork to help support relief efforts for Puerto Rico, and now it’s all being consolidated into one big unofficial restaurant week called LA Loves Puerto Rico. The grassroots campaign will feature dishes and drinks between October 7 and 14, … Read More
No matter how you slice it, avocado toast is still a thing. There’s a seemingly endless appetite for it — currently more than 450,000 versions (and counting) hashtagged on Instagram as we write this, and Bon Appetit and the New Yorker both recently took deep-dives into its history (sorry, Australia, but LA has been serving avo toast since the … Read More
This May, Momed Atwater Village is holding weekly “immigrant dinners” every Wednesday, featuring nine dishes from a variety of countries including Syria, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey and Egypt. The series is meant to promote the understanding and acceptance of different cultures and shine a light on the refugee and immigrant crisis affecting much of the … Read More