Experience the taste of the Himalayas with Daami Momo, a Nepali-style cloud based dumpling shop located in the heart of Toronto. Our authentic recipes, passed down through generations, are made with the freshest ingredients and traditional cooking techniques to bring the rich flavors of Nepal to your plate. Dumplings, or Momos as they are commonly known in Nepal, are a staple in Nepalese cuisine and an integral part of the country's cultural heritage. At Daami Momo, we offer a variety of Momos, from the classic steamed Momos filled with juicy meat or vegetables, to the spicy pan-fried Momos for those who prefer a crispy texture.
Satisfy your Momo cravings with our catering services. From corporate events to family gatherings, we bring the authentic flavors of Nepali cuisine right to your door.
Our menu features a variety of Momos, made with the freshest ingredients and traditional cooking techniques, that are sure to please any palate. Whether you prefer juicy and savory chicken Momos, spicy and crunchy vegetable Momos, or even sweet and tangy dessert Momos, we have something to satisfy every craving.
Our team of experienced chefs are dedicated to delivering the best possible dining experience, and our passion for food is evident in every dish we serve.
Rachana was born in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Rachana loved to cook and spent many hours watching her mother in the kitchen. She especially enjoyed learning the recipes that her mother had learned from her own parents that had been passed down over many generations. Rachana started her cooking career with Eat Offbeat, a catering company that offers authentic ethnic cuisine from around the world. She developed and grew as a Nepalese cuisine chef with them; now she loves to share her food and her Nepalese heritage through the League of Kitchens as well as through Rachana's Delight. In February, 2018, Rachana cooked the first ever Nepalese dinner at the James Beard House, a huge honor for her and for the League of Kitchens where Rachana now works as a cooking instructor. Rachana has been featured in the New York Times, Little India and on Food Network's Snap Chat channel.