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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!
Everything around us is going through a change so why gastronomy should be left behind. Even our conventional stiff-collared cuisines deserve some change from their usual dining pattern and become more adventurous. Image is so important to us nowadays and even fine dining has found a way to jazz things up with a pop of colour and flash of innovation. It has made the diners sit up and take notice of the change happening around them. ‘Mamagoto’ is a step in the right direction and over the short period of time has grown into a popular mini-chain of mid-priced restaurants. After creating major culinary waves in Delhi, the quirky restaurant chain has reached the shores of Mumbai and opened an outlet at posh Hill Road in Bandra West, much to the delight of Mumbaikers.
Mamagoto name has become synonymous with Pan-Asian cuisine, highlighting not only Chinese but also Thai cuisine through its excellent menu. Don’t worry, it’s only marginally expensive, fitting the average pockets very well. Order from home or visit their striking outlets to enjoy a comforting Asian meal. Begin with, water chestnut spring roll, old school gyoza, sesame prawn balls, spicy fried calamari, crystal dumplings, java grilled fish in red hot ‘sambal’ sauce, traditional peking dumplings, tom yum shrimp soup, summer roll with basil dip, crispy lotus stem and traditional crispy lamb. Opt for their rice/noodle bowls if you are in a rush or take your time and linger over your meal. Try, chicken with bamboo shoot & schezwan sauce, kimchi tofu, steamed fish, Thai green curry, masaman curry, soft shell crab in Mama’s sauce and wan chai’s midnight chicken.
Pamper your sweet tooth next with Mamagoto’s delectable drool-worthy desserts. Dig into, home-made coconut & palm sugar ice cream, sticky rice with mango, banofee pie, choco walnut fudge, coconut panko banana with caramel sauce and home-made ‘american style’ chunky caramel sponge cake. Décor is another thing for which Mamagoto is known for. Its bright canary yellow façade has become tantamount to the brand. Interiors are spacious and funkily designed. Pop Asian wall art consisting of old Asian board games, sumo wrestler cut outs, paintings and collage of quirky Asian art comprises the entire space. The vibe at Mamagoto is casual, chilled out, eye-catching and creative. Treat a friend to comforting Pan Asian food in fun playful surroundings.
Main cuisine served at Mamagoto, Hill Road is Chinese,Thai,Pan Asian,Asian.
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₹1500 (approx.) for two at Mamagoto, Hill Road.
No, Mamagoto, Hill Road serves both veg and non-veg dishes.
Mamagoto, Hill Road restaurant timing For Today : 12:30 PM to 11:30 PM
No, Mamagoto, Hill Road does not serve buffet.
Yes, Mamagoto, Hill Road serves alcohol.
No, Mamagoto, Hill Road doesn't play live music.
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