-By Marryam H Reshii
The concept of all these outlets is a fun, casual, light-hearted look at the cuisines of South-East Asia. You won’t break the bank either when you eat here. How the youthful owners have kept their quality up and their prices down across all branches is the key to their success. As a result, either call in for a table (and arrive in time) or be prepared for a long wait. It is obvious that the brain behind the menu knows the cuisines offered really well. Soups, meals in a bowl and anything from the Robata grill are the things to order here. The humble aubergine makes its appearance several times on the menu, including in the Robata grill. One of the best versions of Khao Suey in the city.
Review posted within last 6 month
One of the few places that serve wine by glass. Went there with wife and kid, waited for at least 40 minutes, but still found it worth the wait. Had a goreng and pineapple and passion fruit mocktail. The best part was getting a kid chair.
The crowd was classy, there was chatter but no noise. Had a good time overall.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Mamagoto has quite a friendly environment with waiters being very hospitable. I have been at this place several times and really loved it. The ambiance of the restaurant is quite nice with beautiful interiors. Fortunately, when I went there it was empty as people told me to book the table beforehand. I had a proper meal. Food was delightful and really enjoyable. I loved the place.
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