Seasonal Menu at Mamagoto

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Shrimp Dumplings

Mamagoto has been a favourite since forever now, be it someone’s birthday or a casual lunch, Mamagoto is the first option. One good thing about this place is the consistency in their food and quality.

Winter is a time when the appetite automatically gets doubled and most of the people, including me are always looking for new places, menu to try on. Mamagoto introduced a not so extensive but satisfying winter menu this season, 3 options in cocktails, 1 veg, 1 meat and 1 sea food options in Dumplings section. 3 different options in the main course and 1 in the dessert.

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Rum Diaries

Mamagoto excels in the field of asian cooking and one who is a regular at the restaurant swears by their dumplings and Ramen Bowl.

I tried Shrimp Dumplings and Veg (mixed mushroom spiked with sesame oil, served with a fresh chilli and vinegar dressing) the dumplings were perfectly steamed and the filling tasted well too but my only concerned was about the dressing, since the dumplings come dipped into the dressing, it becomes too soggy on the base which makes it difficult to eat.

On the other hand, Mama Katsu-Don ( Mirin, sake, kikkoman soya, smoky onion sauce poured over sticky rice and served with panko crusted fried chicken) this was one full meal with huge chunks of chicken and a bowl full of rice. This is a meal in itself, and can be shared by 2 people.

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Veg Dumplings

The drinks were pretty good as well, I tried Frozen Sangria and Rum Diaries, as the name suggests one being a wine based cocktail and other a mix of white and dark rum shaked with grilled pineapple and orange juice.

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Frozen Sangria

You can find these cocktails in the regular menu as well.

     Happy eating & Happy reading!!!

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The Dumplings & Chinese Bread, New Menu at Mamagoto

Cheese Veggie Bun

Cheese Veggie Bun

Mamagoto, the much loved Pan Asian restaurant chain by Kabir Suri and Rahul Khanna of Azure Hospitality that started its first outlet at New Delhi in 2009, celebrated its five year milestone with the addition of the quintessential Asian staple The Dumpling & Chinese Bread, albeit with a “Mamagoto Special” twist.

Mamagoto, made eating Pan Asian cuisine a fun and memorable culinary experience, has always been at the helm of innovations that do not compromise on freshness or wholesomeness of each dish. Eating at Mamagoto always leaves one with a sense of satisfaction and adventure that keeps one coming back for more.

Traditional Pecking Dumpling

Traditional Pecking Dumpling

The New Dumplings and Mantau (Chinese Bread) menu follows in the same thread: hearty comfort food that surprises you pleasantly with its experimental pairing of ingredients, textures and tastes.

Vegetarian Jungle Dumpling

Vegetarian Jungle Dumpling

The Dumpling Menu is pure fun with great taste, allowing you to enjoy a mini meal of Dim sums: Street Style Spicy Dumpling (minced vegetable/chicken or shrimp), Traditional Peking Dumpling, Jungle Dumpling (chive infused vegetable or minced shrimp dumpling, topped with ginger, mint and soy sauce), Old School Gyoza(Lightly pan fried vegetable or chicken dumplings with a spicy “momo” sauce).

Though I loved the dumplings thoroughly there is one thing that remains the center of my concern and that is, the sauce makes the steamed dumplings soggy and the pan fried ones had a little layer of oil which was mixed with these dumplings and again made them too soggy.

Poaky Apple Mantau Makeover

Poaky Apple Mantau Makeover

The light, almost cloud like “Mantaus” come with stuffing’s such as Porky Apple Mantau Makeover (shredded pork belly, caramelised apple infused with red chilli, served in a mantau), Tokyo Metro Mantau (Crumb crusted slivers of aubergine or chicken with wasabi mayo and Japanese BBQ sauce served in a mantau), Cheesy Veggie Bun(stir fried pad choi, pine nuts ,spices and fresh cheese, served in a closed bao).

Old School Gyoza

Old School Gyoza

The mantau’s were perfectly stuffed and the filling was an absolute stunner but the bread was way too fermented which gave me a taste of south Indian rice dumpling (Idli) and the bread was almost over powering the filling inside.

Chinese Chicken Puff (minced chicken wok tossed in a 5 spice aroma and baked into a puff) and Char Siu Puff (The classic sweet “Char Siu” style vegetable or pork stuffed puff).

Char Sui Puff

Char Sui Puff

These puff’s can be mistaken for the french pastry but no it’s not that. These are traditional sweet char sui puff which is either filled with minced chicken or veggies. At first I was confused about the sweetness but when I asked about it then I was told that that is how they are made, a little sweeter. If you don’t like the sweetness in your food then you can probably avoid this.

Mango Coconut Sago Pudding

Mango Coconut Sago Pudding

To give that perfect satisfying end to the meal Mamagoto has introduced the seasonal Mango Coconut Sago Pudding.

With these new additions, Mamas ready to spoil you once again. Savour these at the Mamagoto outlets in Delhi at :

Mamagoto Outlets:

Khan Market – 12:30 PM to 11:30 PM

Saket – 12:00 PM to 11:30 PM

Vasant Kunj – 12:00 PM to 11:30 PM

Gurgaon – 12:00 PM to 11:15 PM

Noida – 12:00 PM to 11:30 PM

Happy eating & Happy reading!!!