About Us

We bring you a little piece of France

Our History

My culinary experience led me to learn about high-end Lebanese cuisine first in Lebanon before transitioning to “la Ferme St Simon” in Paris where I learned about French Cuisine.

Upon arriving to NYC and working for the likes of Mamlouk and Moustache restaurants… the idea of recreating a modern Lebanese restaurant dawned on me; one that would take the concept of the French Bistro with its delicious food and fun atmosphere and apply it to Lebanese cuisine. So, I started experimenting with Lebanese & French techniques that led us to create a unique offering of Lebanese/French & Moroccan dishes.

Wissam El-Masri

Lebanese and French Couisine

Elegant interior and design

  • Uncle Momo brings a mix of Lebanese and French cuisine to the heart of Jersey City’s downtown neighborhood. Uncle Momo has successfully adopted the concept of the French Bistro and applied it to Modern Lebanese Food.
  • Uncle Momo is open 7 days a week and offers lunch and dinner as well as a special brunch menu on weekends. In addition to this, Uncle Momo offers on/off premise catering as well as special events.

Seat up to 35 guests

High-class professional service

  • Uncle Momo prides itself on offering a fusion of quality dishes, all handmade using only natural and fresh ingredients in a neighborhood atmosphere.
  • The restaurant makes everything in house from its signature hummus, to its freshly baked pita bread rolled & baked in front of our guests. Every detail is covered to ensure our guests enjoy a unique experience and delicious food.
Uncle Momo Chef

Excellent various menu

Our chef recommends the Lamb Tagine as well as the Ouzi.
The Lamb tagine comes with caramelized prunes. It is a delicious combination of sweet and sour flavors, a special characteristic of Moroccan dishes.
The Ouzi is another favorite. It combines sautéed vegetables, caramelized onions with chicken tenderloin and basmati rice served in filo pastry. A must try.

Meet our chef Wissam El-Masri

I am from Beirut, born and raised in Lebanon. I have been making culinary creations for the last 25 years… first in Lebanon before moving to Paris then New York and finally deciding on NJ for Uncle Momo.