Moma’s B-B-Q stands to prove that bbq, barbecue, barbeque, bar-b-q and bar-b-que can be spelled yet one more way. Otherwise, Moma’s in Bartlett is basically like the Memphis chain-Tops BBQ, only, not as smoky. It’s also a sandwich-only place (no ribs). Check back in the future for a full review. If you’d like to read more about it sooner, comment to let me know. Also check out full reviews and Quick-Fire Guides of other bbq restaurants from my BBQ Guide.
Here are a few notes about the ‘que:
- Shoulder-was tender and moist-not at all dry. But I would have enjoyed more bits of bark mixed through the mostly white meat.
- Shoulder-Very light smoke flavor. I like more smoke.
Sauce-tangy style, probably the same kind of Blue Plate bbq sauce that Tops BBQ uses.
Slaw-tangy, sweet, finely chopped, but still crunchy. It complimented the pork.
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