MoMo offers inexpensive food to tourists and shoppers, and has no pretensions to haute cuisine. Starters are not as successful as the main courses: soft-shell crab salad come as overcooked beignets of indistinguishable shellfish with salad leaves; buffalo wings are in fact fried chicken pieces with a hint of lemongrass; Witlof pear and Roquefort salad is let down by fridge-cold fruit and a small portion of cheese. Mains demonstrate some improvement. Fish and chips is an admirable version of this British classic that so often fails in restaurants; the fish sits in a light, tempura-like batter that avoids greasiness and the chips (not fries) are good and thick. Sea bass with chilli and lime delivers an invigorating, spicy kick, but is not so pungent that it swamps the juicy fish. There is a good selection of pizzas and pastas as well. Desserts are rather ordinary: mango and rice; tiramisu; watery creme caramel.
A list of about 30 bottles, including a better-than-average choice of Thai wines. Some imaginative fruit juice concoctions as well.
Courtyard Marriott, 155/1 Soi Mahadlek luang 1, Rajdamri Rd, Bangkok 10330
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