How to Motto Motto

Motto Motto means more and more. And we know there might be some other words on the menu that need explaining.
So if you don't know your chirashi from your udon, don’t worry! We are here to help:

 
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Edamame

Soya beans steamed in their pods. Wrap your laughing gear around the salty pod, then squeeze out the beans using your teeth. Pop them out of the pod straight into your mouth!

 

Ramen

Our take on the ultimate Japanese noodle dish sees wheat noodles swimming happily in our signature 12-hour pork superstock, topped with shallots and a fresh garnish.

 
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Udon

Similar to ramen noodles, udon noodles are made from wheat, but are thicker than the other noodle varieties. They can be served both hot or cold, so you can enjoy them any time!

 

Japanese Rolls

Better than brioche, these Hokkaido style milk buns are filled with our Motto Motto salad and toppings and layered with your choice of thinly sliced prime Wagyu beef, Japanese fried chicken (known as Karaage) or crunchy soft-shell crab.

 
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Gyoza

These Japanese dumplings see delicious pork or vegetable filling wrapped with thinly-rolled dough and lightly fried or steamed, then served with a dipping sauce.

 

Chirashi

The word "chirashi" means "scattered," so this is basically a big bowl of sashimi grade tuna, salmon, and prawn with avocado on a bed of sticky sushi rice, and dressed with sesame seeds, seaweed Japanese pickle and fish roe, and served with our secret Motto Motto dressing.

 
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Una Don

This traditional Japanese rice bowl is packed with steamed rice, fresh veg, and Tokyo style grilled eel.

 
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JFC

Our authentic Japanese Fried Chicken, also known as chicken karaage, is a crowd pleaser.