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MOMOGOOSE

The plural of Momogoose, we think, would be Momogeese, though we're not totally sure about that. One thing we do know is that the plural of "Momogoose customer" is swiftly becoming "all of freakin' Cambridge." As in, "This place racked up an obscene amount of votes in our most recent Best Readers' Poll, all of freakin' Cambridge must be lining up outside that truck." Daily specials like panang curry — sweet and spicy, bell peppers, carrots, and potatoes can ease even the harshest case of the Mondays. The menu is lengthy, but don't fear deliberation — apparently you can't go wrong. You'll end up satiated, both physically and morally. Say you decide to go with the Thai Basil with chicken (sautéed basil, jalapeño, bell peppers, and onion), you will have done your part to fill at least one empty belly in the world. That's right. The meal-for-meal program means every meal you buy means a meal donated to the World Food Programme.

MOMOGOOSE | 70 Carleton St | Monday–Friday, 10:30 am–3 pm | City Hall Plaza | Monday–Friday, 10 am–2 pm | momogoose.com

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