MOPHO Mid City

514 City Park Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70119
504.482.6845
info@mophonola.com
Hours of Operation

Sunday - Thursday
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Friday - Saturday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM


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MOPHO PRESS

Sep 11 2014
Best of New Orleans 2014: Best New Restaurant – Mopho
MoPho's menu, which takes a gourmet approach to traditional Vietnamese dishes,
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was an immediate hit in its Mid-City neighborhood, and earlier this month the restaurant was nominated as one of Bon Appetit's Best New Restaurants. Chef Michael Gulotta (former chef de cuisine at Restaurant August) has constructed a restaurant that's both a casual drop-in spot and a place for a special meal. Make your own pho (pick a broth and add your own ingredients) or go for favorites like crispy lemon grass chicken wings or fried shrimp spring rolls. (more…)



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Not content to riff on standards, a cool new restaurant shows a different perspective on Vietnamese flavors


The New Orleans Advocate by Ian Mcnulty
Sep 11 2014

Before hashtags and “trending now” reports gained such currency, one way to get a read on the next big thing for the food world was to talk with chefs about what they liked to eat on their down time. In New Orleans, these discussions often led to restaurants in the Vietnamese enclaves around Gretna and Village de L’Est. New Orleans restaurant people have long been singing the praises of Vietnamese cuisine, from the intricacies in its fresh, fermented, pickled, pungent flavors to the wide potential written across the voluminous menus of the traditional restaurants. It could only be a matter of time before that praise met the plate at their own restaurants. (more…)


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MoPho, where Southeast Asia meets Louisiana, earns Three Beans: New Orleans restaurants review


NOLA.com
Sep 11 2014

If someone were to tell you that a young chef of notable ambition and accomplishment opened a defiantly casual restaurant that testifies to his appreciation for Southeast Asian cuisine, microbrews, weird cocktails and pig flesh, you would be perfectly justified in responding with a yawn. As it happens, I am telling you exactly that — and I still think you should keep reading. (more…)


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Best New Restaurants – Mopho – Expanding Vietnamese Cuisine


myNewOrleans.com
Sep 11 2014

Chef Michael Gulotta has a deep appreciation for the flavors of Vietnam. Before he opened MoPho, his inventive Mid-City restaurant, he was best known locally as the executive chef at August, so his decision to serve more casual fare took some people by surprise. MoPho is unpretentious, but the plates bear evidence of Gulotta’s background – the menu includes riffs on traditional recipes that sometimes look odd on paper but which invariably work on the plate. (more…)







Mopho Thursday Night Grill Outs

THURSDAY NIGHT GRILL OUTS

Every Thursday

Firing up the outdoor grill this week with:

Spicy Grilled Pork Skewers with Herbed Yoghurt and Hot Yellow Peppers


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SUPER SWINE SATURDAYS

Every Saturday

Every Saturday we roast a whole hog over pecan wood in our outdoor pit.


Upcoming Events

Every Saturday SUPER SWINE SATURDAYS
Every Thursday THURSDAY NIGHT GRILL OUTS




APPETIZERS

Crispy Chicken Wings10
in lemongrass and ginger

Fried Gulf Shrimp or Griddled Pork Spring Roll8
fermented pepper, peanut

The Mopho Som Tam Salad9
What's in season from our farms along with sweet cured sausage, spiced peanut, thai peppers, cilantro

Crispy Fried P&J Oysters14
with MOPHO Mayo, Easter egg radish and pickled blue cheese


POBOYS

Comes dressed with MOPHO mayo, pickled vegetables, fresh herbs,
jalapenos and chicken liver pâté


NOLA Hot Sausage9

Fried Shrimp with Chisesi Ham11

Sloppy Roast Duck11

Cast Iron Roast Tofu with black bean mayo9

Fried P&J Oyster with Blue Cheese14




SPECIALS

Pepper Jelly Braised Cedar Key Clams18
with lamb lardo, mint, crispy shallot and annatto beignets

Cast Iron Roast Flank Steak16
Covey Rise red bliss potato home fries, roasted pear and Fall squash salad

Grilled Chicken Paillard14
Ginger apple, local arugula, nuoc cham vinaigrette, toasted rice

Pan Roasted Sheepshead15
Cushaw squash puree, satsuma, black cardamom and mizuna

Lemon Verbena Creamed Sweet Corn14
Spicy hush puppies, roasted tomato, summer bean and okra salad


PHO

DIRECTIONS: Pick a Broth, Pick up to 3 Proteins, (you may mix and match) Additional Protein: .50


BEEF9
FOWL8
VEGETARIAN7

Options: Oxtail, tendon, flank, red pepper braised tripe, meatball, grilled Chicken thigh, Cocks Comb, Head Cheese,Pork Belly, Pork Shoulder, Marinated roasted tofu, mushroom, crispy shallot, grilled greens
Add Rib-eye 1


NOODLES and RICE

Your choice:
warm popcorn rice or chilled vermicelli noodles
Add a fried egg or crispy pork spring roll .75 each


Slow Roasted and Crispy Fried Covey Rise Eggplant9
with Tole's Tofu

Grilled Jumbo Shrimp13
New Orleans style barbecue sauce, charred bok choy

Crispy Pork Belly and Shoulder12
spiced peanut, citrus

Shakin Bourbon Beef Cheeks14
LA shallot, black pepper, lime


APPETIZERS

Crispy Chicken Wings10
in lemongrass and ginger

Gulf Shrimp or Griddled Pork Spring Roll8
fermented pepper, peanut 

Crispy Fried P&J Oysters14
with MOPHO Mayo, Easter egg radish and pickled blue cheese

The Mopho Som Tam Salad9
What's in season from our farms along with sweet cured sausage, spiced peanut, thai peppers, cilantro

Salad of Jumbo Blue Crab and Blueridge Mountain Apples14
local arugula, toasted rice

Crispy Pigtail Terrine8
red curried cushaw squash


SIDES

Sweet Corn Hushpuppies7
spicy shrimp butter

MOPHO Home Fries7
Kaffir lime aioli

Louisiana Popcorn Rice4
coconut and ginger

Creole Cream Cheese Roti5
red curry butter


SPECIALS

Pepper Jelly Braised Cedar Key Clams18
with lamb lardo, mint, crispy shallot and annatto beignets

Slow Roast Lamb Neck and Beet in Green Curry23
with smoked tofu and creole cream cheese roti

Whole Fried Gulf FishMarket Price
citrus, spicy soy and cilantro with coconut popcorn rice

Wood Roasted Duck Leg28
Duck liver barley risotto, satsuma glaze, black cardamon, red cabbage, fennel salad

Lemon Verbena Creamed Sweet Corn14
Spicy hush puppies, roasted tomato, summer bean and okra salad


PHO

DIRECTIONS: Pick a Broth, Pick up to 3 Proteins, (you may mix and match) Additional Protein: .50


BEEF9
FOWL8
VEGETARIAN7

Options: Oxtail, tendon, flank, red pepper braised tripe, meatball, grilled Chicken thigh, Cocks Comb, Head Cheese,Pork Belly, Pork Shoulder, Marinated roasted tofu, mushroom, crispy shallot, grilled greens
Add Rib-eye 1


NOODLES and RICE

Your choice:
warm popcorn rice or chilled vermicelli noodles
Add a fried egg or crispy pork spring roll .75 each


Shakin Bourbon Beef Cheeks14
LA crispy shallot, black pepper, lime

Crispy Pork Belly12
Pork sausage, spiced peanut, citrus

Grilled Jumbo Shrimp13
New Orleans style barbecue sauce, charred bok choy

Slow Roasted and Crispy Fried Covey Rise Eggplant9
with Tole's Tofu


COCKTAILS

Tamarind Sour
High West Double Rye, Tamarind and Honey Syrup, Lemon, Lime
8

Violette Femme
Creme de Violette, Lemon Sparkling
9

Habitat Smash
Beefeater Gin, Apple Schnapps, Lemon, Ginger, House Made Elderberry Syrup (made from Ms. Posey's local elderberries)
10

Viper
House infused ginger/galangal vodka, Dolin Blanc, Red Orange
10

Dragon Lady
House infused dragonfruit Tequila, Cherry liqueur, Jalapeno, Lemongrass, Lime
10



DRAUGHT BEER

Cane Brake6
(Parish Brewing Co)

Radical Rye Pale I.P.A.6
(Gnarly Barley)

Smokey Mary5
(NOLA Brewery)

Jack The Sipper E.S.B5
(Southern Prohibition)

Abita Amber5
(Abita Brewery)

River Ale6
(Yalobusha)

BOTTLES & CANS

Miller High Life, Miller Lite, Budweiser, Bud Light, Pabst Blue Ribbon
2.50

Abita Lite, Abita Seasonal, Tin Roof Voodoo Bengal, Tin Roof Blonde, Bombshell Blond
3.50

Lazy Magnolia Jefferson Stout, Crispin Hard Apple Cider
4.00

North Coast Brewery Scrimshaw Pilsner, Saint Arnold Fancy Lawn Mower Kolsch
4.50

Southern Prohibition Cicada Series 2014 I.P.A. (16oz.)
5.00

BOBA TEAS

Guns + Roses
Strawberry, Orange, Rose water 6
Add House-Infused Orange Vodka 9
Add Fidencio Mezcall 11


Beachbum
Coconut Cream, Pineapple, Lime 6
Add Flor de Cana 4yr 9
Add Kaken Black Strap Spiced Rum 10


Stone + Spice
Peach, Mango, Passion fruit, Ginger 6
Add Bayou Spiced Rum 9
Add Snap Ginger Liqueur 11


Mocho
Iced Coffee, Condensed Milk, Chocolate 6
Add Trader Vic's Kona Liqueur 8
Add Jameson's Irish Whisky 10


Wedding Cake
Condensed Milk, Taro, Amaretto Syrup 6
Add U.V. Cake Vodka 9


Crepe Myrtle
Lychee, Honeydew Melon, White Tea Syrup 6
Add Cathead Honeysuckle Vodka 9
Add Ransom Barrel Aged Old Tom Gin 11


Frozen Old Fashioned
Bourbon, Citrus, Peychaud's 10
Add Buffalo Trace 12




SPARKLING WINE

Szigetti Gruner Veltliner NV8/32
(Austria)

Baja Tanga, Rose Cuvee NV7/28
(Mendoze, Argentina)

WHITE WINE

Capcanes Mas Donis Rosat 20126/24
(Monstant Spain)

Kung Foo Girl Reislingm20137/28
(Washington State)

Scholium Project, Midan al-Tahrir 20108/32
(California)

Gramona “Gessami” 20138/32
(Penedes, Spain)

Cairnbrae, Sauvignon Blanc 20137/28
(Marlborough, New Zealand)

Broken Dream Chardonnay 20128/32
(Napa, CA)

JM Fonseca Two Vines Vinho Verde7/28
(Portugal)

Falanghina, Del Sannio 20127/28
(Campania, Italy)

RED WINE

Pinot Noir, “O.P.P”, 201010/40
(Willamette Valley, OR)

Borgianni Chianti, Sangiovese 20127/28
(Chianti, Italy)

Altes, Garatxa Negra, 20098/32
(Spain)

Hook & Ladder Cabernet Sauvignon 201010/40
(Sonoma, CA)

Chateau Du Trignon, Cotes Du Rhone 20128/32
(France)

Chateau Du Hureau, Cab Franc Vigerons A Damplerre-Sur-Loire 20119/36
(France)




CHEF'S TASTING MENU

Friday 31st October 2014

$38

Gulf Tuna Salad
Crispy brussel sprout, red curry and cashew
Szigetti Gruner Veltliner NV
(Burgenland, Austria)

Grilled Hanger Steak
Covey Rise red bliss home fries, pear and roasted squash
Hook & Ladder Cabernet Sauvignon 2010
(Sonoma, California)

Satsuma Ice Cream Sandwich
spiced ginger cookie, hazelnut brittle
Ca del Re Moscato d'Asti 2011
(Asti, Italy)

(Wine Pairing $15)