The Gateway, Utah’s premier community gathering, dining and entertainment destination will welcome Momi Donuts in Fall of 2019. Momi’s mochi donuts are one of the hottest new food trends coming out of Asia and Momi Donuts will be the first mochi donut bakery in Utah. Located in Restaurant Row on the south end of the property, Momi Donuts will be a popular new addition of more than 554 square feet of dining to the Gateway’s growing list of specialty restaurants.
Pon de Rings, a type of mochi donuts, are sweet and chewy, not cakey or heavily battered like their western counterparts. They are made with naturally gluten-free glutinous rice flour and tapioca starch,instead of traditional white or wheat-based flours. Each donut is made up of eight connected balls or “donut holes” forming a ring. Each glazed with delicious flavors, Momi Donuts will offer original specialty glazes, including strawberry, cookies and cream, and other seasonal flavors.
“We’re excited to introduce this delicious concept to Utah,” says Jacklyn Briggs, marketing director for The Gateway. “Mochi donuts are truly unique and we know people are going to be surprised and delighted with the texture and taste when they try them. They join our other first-to-Utah concepts like the brand-new food hall and Punch Bowl Social.”
The address will be 158 South Rio Grande St, Unit B, Salt Lake City, UT 84101 and website (now under construction) will be www.momidonuts.com.