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If you ask venture capitalists and private equity experts to name a mini-chain of mid-priced restaurants they are happy with, it is nearly always Mamagoto they name. And with good reason. When the first Mamagoto opened in Delhi’s Khan Market around a decade ago, it was the pioneer in the Pan-Asian space offering high quality and largely authentic dishes at attractive prices. It helped that the restaurant was bustling and cheerful and the vibe was happy. Mamagoto has since expanded outside of Khan Market and all over India but the basic principles have not varied: good food, a great vibe, efficient service and affordable prices. It’s success demonstrates that a commitment to quality always yields results. No wonder investors regard it as the chain to emulate!
We, a motley group of five with varying choices in pan asian cuisine, randomly picked this restaurant one afternoon. Each one of us was satisfied with the dishes served. The order takes a bit of time to be served but then that is to be expected. An enjoyable experience, overall.
Me and my wife went to this place expecting authentic japanese cuisnes. The menu looked great, however the food items that we ordered were not upto the mark. There was nothing authentic and the food surely did not have a japanese feel. Preparation and taste was more like indian street food. But the bad part was the service which was below poor. For everything, we had to remind the staff multiple times. I suggest to look for an alternative if you are looking for japanese cusines and a memorable experience.
We had a good experience. Atmosphere is good. Bite sized corn fritters balls are delicious. Thai basil fried rice bowl is average. Tom yum soup is good too. Dim sums are again average. All sauces that they served along with these dished are very good. Over all a good experience.
We wanted to have something different and not Indian food. At the sametime looking for somewhere where we can sit comfortably and have good food. Heard about this place earlier, but never been there. We had a waiting time, but were allowed to sit inside in a waiting area. We were hungry and hence wanted to order something so that we can get to eat as we get a table. We ordered Dumpling platter and it was awesome. We asked waiter to suggest good veg options and went by his suggestion. It was a very good experience. Since booked through Eazydiner, got a dish charges waived off as well.
Utmost courtesies were offered & the restaurant respected the Eazydiner deal without any hassles. Enjoyed our evening very much. The food was great.
Giving Asian food a resounding much needed boost, several funky restauranteurs have arrived to change the conventional face of Pan Asian food in India. Gone are the classic oriental days of Chinese lanterns and terracotta dragons, now the Asian food scene is dominated by peppy cheerful colours and a burst of joyful designs. One name that pops up every time we talk about youthful modern side of Asian food, ‘Mamagoto’, which has fast become one of the most popular Asian culinary brands in the country. Forget convention when experiencing Mamagoto, the restaurant is known for its eye-catching cheerful décor and even more fetching menu. The outlet in DLF Mall of India, Noida is the very recent one in Delhi NCR area and draws the hungry foodies in hordes.
At Mamagoto you are bound to get authentic South East Asian food branching in Thai and Chinese provinces. Their menu is wonderfully reasonable but not entirely cheap. They specialize in one-pot meal that deserves to be tried. Begin with, slim sumo salad, old school gyoza, sesame prawn balls, java grilled fish in red hot sambal sauce, bophut village hot chicken wings, street chicken satay, prawns wrapped in bacon, Thai crispy vegetables, traditional peking dumplings, water chestnut spring roll, spicy fried calamari, imported pork spare ribs, spiced Asian BBQ chicken breast, admiralty fried tuna salad, rock shrimp tempura and java grilled tofu. Pair a dark juniper cooler to go with the delicious mains. Sample, mama’s spicy ramen bowl, tofu three pepper bomb, crispy fish fillet, lamb with chilli & hoisin sauce, masaman curry duck & litchi, bali bamie noodles, London’s china town prawn, wan chai midnight chicken, mixed vegetables black bean sauce and spicy Bangkok bowl.
Tickle your sweet tooth silly with Mamagoto’s home-made coconut & palm sugar ice cream, banofee pie, mama’s home-made chocolate cake, sticky rice with mango and coconut panko banana with caramel sauce & vanilla ice cream. Quirky is the name of the game when it comes to Mamagoto. Everything about Mamagoto is fun, striking, eye-catching and imaginative. The eccentric joyful vibe of the place is contagious, made even more so by their colourful funky interiors that dazzles you with their creativity. Bright pop Asian prints are used throughout the room via cushions and wall art to bring in the youthful oriental flavour. There is plenty of space to sit and a variety of dining styles to pick from.