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About Momed - Atwater Village
Welcome to Momed, (pronounced mo-med.) short for Modern Mediterranean. Equal parts restaurant, deli, espresso bar and marketplace, Momed embraces the pure, simple flavors from the many countries that comprise the eastern Mediterranean region with a vibrant modern twist. Our goal is to use the finest ingredients available in order to present Mediterranean cuisine at its best. Our passion for food, personalized service and a clean, modern aesthetic combines with centuries old tradition to bring you a taste you can savor at breakfast, lunch or dinner. From the arc of the Levant, from Athens to Marrakech, Istanbul to Jerusalem, Eastern Mediterranean cuisine is synonymous with a healthy diet and where possible, all our ingredients are locally produced, seasonal and organic. Momed is a place where old world leisure comfortably abides with new world convenience, so whether you drop in for a carry out or settle down for a feast you’ll be part of the bustle of a Mediterranean cafe.
Atwater Village, CA 90039
Hours of Operation:
Sat, Sun 10:00 am–3:00 pm
Mon–Fri 11:30 am–3:00 pm
Mon–Fri 2:30 pm–6:00 pm
Sun 3:00 pm–5:00 pm
Mon–Thu, Sun 5:00 pm–9:30 pm
Fri, Sat 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
Silver Lake Blvd
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Yes we could do live music if there was a special event at our restaurant.
Yes we have a Catering menu, this menu is for guest who wish to have our Momed menu at their home or business.
We have over 300 spaces for parking in two private parking lots just south of our restaurant. We have 10 space in the very front. There is also parking on the street during the lunch time, but only on one side of the street. Night parking is much easier with parking on both side of the stree
Glendale Metrolink Station
Private Party Facilities:
Yes we offer private dining, this dining would be for you the guest special events director to have a party of 12 to 200 in our restaurant. We also could do private dining in your home or office.
Private Party Contact:
Kim: (323) 522-3488
Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Delivery, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Momed - Atwater Village Ratings and Reviews
Our family New Year’s Day dinner was perfect! Our 2-year old grandson loved all the tastes, especially the pita bread, and the menu accommodated our Vegans, Vegetarians, Seafood lovers, and even the red meat carnivores! Space between tables allowed for conversations and the staff was lovely. We will be back!
Cool spot, great lighting, and delicioso food. Momed has excellent vegetarian dishes, even the meatiest eater will love. We had the herbaceous house chicken dish, falafel with avocado hummus, cauliflower special (incredibly flavorful), and the charcuterie plate. Everyone at the table agreed to return soon.
I took my 3 sons and 2 of their spouses for dinner. We don’t get a chance to get together often so we really enjoy talking. We were seated at a long bench type table with bench seats since that’s were they seat parties of 6 or more. I asked if they could push 2 square tables together so we could sit 2 on each side and 1 on each end. The waitress informed us that the owner wouldn’t like that because of the feng shui!!!
I guess our party’s feng shui wasn’t important to them.
The next time I spend $400 to take my kids out to dinner I’ll do it at a place where my feng shui is more important to them than their own!
Excellent ambiance and service. Very good food and value. We tried the Hang-over Meatballs, Salmon Toast and Short Rib Fricasee for brunch this Saturday. Their Short Rib was outstanding, Salmon Toast was very good and meatballs were okay (a little dense). Coffee was very good as well.
I was in a group of 4 people and we all ordered different items; lamb, salad, beef burger, and soup. The soup was terrific, quite a treat. The lamb dish and the burgers were great. I ordered a salad that potentially was very good but it was over dressed to the point that I sent it back. FYI I have never sent anything back before. I know that sounds like a negative but the manager came out to talk to me personally. He apologized and was not dismissive of me. He offered to have the salad remade with the dressing on the side. Unfortunately, I had to make an 8:00 curtain at the theater down the street so I didn't not have it re-made. I only mention this situation because of the professional manner that it was handled. It was a great evening and a fine meal.
Value is lacking, and the all concrete floors and right angles make it loud on a popular night.
Food itself was pretty solid. The duck crostini and Momed chips were a highlight on the appetizer menu. The short rib tagine was a little bland for a tagine, and the fish special was nice but underwhelming for the price.
SUCH A GREAT RESTAURANT. THE FOOD WAS EXCELLENT AND INTERESTING, AS IS THE SPACE. THE TABLES ARE NOT TOO CLOSE TO EACH OTHER AND THERE ARE AREAS WHERE YOU CAN SIT ON COUCHES AND GET COZY. THE SERVICE WAS PERFECT. NOT TOO INVASIVE BUT THERE WHEN WE NEEDED IT. THE COURSES CAME IN GOOD ORDER, AND IT WAS FUN TO HEAR THE METRO GO BY ON OCCASION. WE ARE GOING THROUGH A LIST OF OUT OF THE WAY GREAT RESTAURANTS AND MOMED IS ONE OF OUR TOP 2. WILL DEFINITELY RETURN.
My friends and I went to Momed because we had tickets for the theater next door. Got there early so went to the bar - which has a fantastic selection of scotch and beer. Loved the driftwood-like handles on the draft beer mechanism. The bartender was delightful. The rest of our party arrived so we were seated for dinner. Great octopus appetizer and the salmon and short-ribs were delicious. Great service all around by the staff. I live in El Segundo - so it's a distance to get there - but would go again if we have theater tickets.
very nice restaurant, practically next door to Atwater Village Theatre, where we saw a show after dinner. Loved the 5 dips and olives to start -- there were four of us, and there was tons of food. Soft, fluffy, unusual small pitas. Two of us had salmon, one the fig and arugula flatbread, and the other had the veggie tagine. All were excellent -- very large portions. Good wine, well defined by the server, as were all of the dishes. Flourless chocolate cake really good. Be warned, though -- the train goes by frequently -- very loud, but short and then it is gone. We sort of got used to it.
it's a great place with great food. Here's a TOTALLY HIDEOUS PROBLEM that will likely make me not return here. It's impossible to see the menu. Both times I've come I prop my phone on a wine glass which last time dropped and splashed my blouse with red wine because it's not possible to read the menu. It's extremely annoying and the waiters sort of shrug and all around me people are having the same issue. It really sucks, there is one or two tiny candles for a huge table and it runined our meal. I'm not coming back unless you can tell me it changed plus my blouse is ruined.
the noise level sucks it's far too loud but not much you can do with concrete floors and walls. I like the ambiance actually but the lack of light is too much to bear.
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