It was the last working day prior to the Chinese New Year, the year of the Rooster. Colleagues have arranged CNY eve lunch at Momojein. Learning from Open Rice, Momojein is managed by a renowned stylish top 8 chef in Korea. Dishes are creative. The restaurant serves typical Korean dishes for lunch. It failed to impress me. I know it's not fair to say so as I haven't tried the creative dishes. Perhaps, one day. Lunch sets tasted good but were not so appealing as they did not stand out from other Korean restaurants. But as side dish, I liked the Tofu salad. It's deep fried, with a contrasting texture to the salad leaves and fruits.
The starters were not appealing at all. We were 10 people. Each two of us shared 3 tiny appetisers. It was totally the contrast from the general generosity offered in other restaurants.