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The wildly successful chain of accessible and frolicking Asian dining finally landed in Chennai last year, with Mamagoto opening its 9th outpost on Khader Nawaz Khan Road. Playful South East Asian has been the bestselling theme in the restaurant business across the country and it is easy to see why. Millennials adore the cheery vibe and kitschy grunge while families throng for wholesome flavours and large portions. Promoters Rahul Khanna and Kabir Suri harp on uniformity across all their outposts, and you shall find all your Mamagoto favorites here, such as the water chestnut spring rolls and chiang main train noodles. Interestingly, the Chennai outpost is the first one with a teppanyaki grill.
Lunch at Mamagoto Chennai yesterday. Great experience. To start with - smiling, cheerful and helpful staff. Ready with helpful suggestions for vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes. The food was delicious. Sizable portions, large enough to be shared by 2 people. Well cooked and flavored salads, chicken and lamb. Not overly spicy either. Well worth a repeat visit. This time perhaps for dinner. On the whole a great dining experience.
In our trip to Chennai, we visited Mamagoto a couple of times. The food is delicious and the place is really nice. The service was also very good and fast. I totally recommend it!
I had been here for the first time and found their ambience to be distinct and as the name suggests and as written on the menu it’s fun Asian eating where there is fusion food where they serve Chinese, Thai, fresh juices and desert.Their prawn wraps are worth trying, honey fried chicken,crispy lamb,Caramel vanilla sponge cake is a must try. Dr.Javed Rasheed
Service, yes, even if the food is not good to content your palate but if the service satisfy yours heart, it gets an extra star rating for it. I wander around restaurant in search of that devine flavour, aroma, and delight which is served in utopian restaurants. Let's talk about mamagoto......Pan Asian.....it has many competition around..... especially when every other fine dine serves Asia. It serves you fried noodles with ketchup and ginger chilli sambal. This trick works fantastic to those guest who are starving as they enter in. Ordered cheese asparagus rolls, nothing new in it. But where served hot and crispy. Mocktails and smoothie are the best and fresh in house. Should go for it. I was not at all dissapointed with my virgin orange sangria. Huan Highway noodle bowl was too spicy for me. It was Indonesian\vietanamese style bowl. I didn't like it much. But much to my awe, steward was kind enough to offer me vanilla ice cream as I was teary and sobbing with the heat in it. I gave an extra half star to it. Service 5 on 5 Food : 3 on 5 Price : 2.5 on 5 Ambiance: 3 on 5 Is would still prefer soy soi when it comes to spread in the menu.
Excellent food. Very authentic flavours. Haven't found a dish that I have not liked here so far. Very warm and friendly staff. Just a little disappointed that one of our favourite dishes we had been having earlier was taken off the menu. But great food nevertheless.
Well, who doesn’t love Asian food? We know we do! It’s a weekly tradition in our home to stop by for an Asian fix whenever we are out shopping. We adore to dunk our dim sums in their salty dipping sauce and then move on with a bowl of stringy aromatic noodles entwined around our chopsticks. Chennai has some great old-fashioned Chinese places popular with families but our family like a little bit of modernity in our food. Hence, we always end up choosing the new kid on the block – ‘Mamagoto’. This very popular chain of restaurants has already created ripples in cities like Delhi and Mumbai and after much awaited hold-our-breath period, the restaurant decided to choose Nungambakkam, Chennai as their 9th outpost. So anticipated was the arrival that the restaurant already became popular and extremely busy soon after its opening. It’s wise to call ahead to bag a table even on weekdays.
Mamagoto is not only known for its mouth-watering menu but also for its perky décor. The restaurant follows a very quirky, pop Asian art kind of theme which seems to amuse the patrons a lot. The moment you enter, you are met with a vibrant and eye-catching décor. The idea is to shock and awe. Fashioned like an Asian circus canopy, the room is covered in multi-coloured stripes in diagonal design. Large pop Asian art works are mounted on the walls and on the ceiling too. Warm and cosy lightweight furniture is added in discreet distance. There is plenty of space to sit around. An artsy chandelier of vintage mason jars throws bright light around the room. Vibe is casual, striking, fun and quirky.
Mamagoto makes their play on South East Asian cuisine by branching out in Asian and Thai cuisine. Menu is exciting and not-so-cheap but it fills you with anticipation. Don’t wait up and dig into, water chestnut spring roll, traditional crispy lamb, vegetable basil cups, hua hin highway rolls, sesame prawn balls, street chicken satay, old school gyoza, imported pork spare ribs, crispy lotus stem, rock shrimp tempura, java grilled fish in red hot ‘sambal’ sauce and traditional peking dumplings. If you are confused or on a go then opt for their rice bowls. If not pick, chicken three pepper bomb, crispy fish fillet, masaman curry, lamb with chilli & hoisin sauce, wan chai midnight chicken and London’s china town tofu. Dessert course is pretty good to and worth looking into.
One of the fastest growing restaurant chains in the country, Mamagoto instantly attracts your eyes with its peppy yellow façade and cheerful vibe. Ambience is casual but chic here, so if you are planning a nice impressive date with somebody, Mamagoto is the place to be for a Special Occasion. Even on weekends the place is busy, do book ahead. The restaurant is tucked in Oyster Building, Nungambakkam, Chennai. This outpost comes with a Teppanyaki grill, an unusual feature in all Mamagoto outlets all over the country. When in doubt, go with Mamagoto. You won’t be disappointed. Plus, it’s not too expensive either for Valentines Day Celebrations.