Mamagoto, Vasant Kunj

Of novel menus, quirky graphics and a fun, Pan- Asian dinner

Want to eat- PAN- ASIAN CUISINE. In bold. Not just Chinese or Thai but rather celebrating the food-versity which Asia as a continent has to offer.

Where to go-  Mamagoto, DLF Promenade, Vasant Kunj, South Delhi's brimming all-under-one-roof food hub.

What to wear- Casuals, since the place is a very relaxed and casual eatery, 

Whom to go with- If you are not a big fan of noisy ambiance, it is not recommended to go with your family or for a special romantic evening. But a great place to go out with colleagues or catch up with friends.

How to get there- Take the metro to Chhatarpur. From there you can hop in an auto, shared auto or take a bus to CPWD complex. Otherwise, one can always drive down.

What to order- Must try their noodle bowls and soups. In fact you can be your own judge since their graphically designed Asian menu is inventively segregated with keys like 'mama recommends', 'healthy eating', ' 'spicy' and other such indicators to pick your favourite! 

What to do around- Window shop! (OK, not for the guys) Or really shop! DLF Promenade is one of the most renowned malls of the city and there is a high possibility you will find something interesting. Else you can simply stroll around till your table is ready

What's for dessert?- Even you are stuffed to the hilt, you have to try their Caramel sponge cake with toffee sauce and the chocolate mud cake.

Cost for 2- 1500 for two, (excluding alcohol and taxes)

What we reviewed - This much famed, much hyped restaurant lives up to what we expected, maybe even a little more. In the name of 'authentic Asian cuisine' while I expected bland and boring food, this place completely took me by surprise. The interiors are a complete delight as they complement your Asian dining experience, with the roaring yellow tiger and Chinese artifacts for your company. A recommendation would be to check with the server once what you are ordering if you don't want to be put off a cuisine by eating something which didn't suit your palate. Go there if you like Chinese, Japanese and Thai food in a lively and vibrant setting which reeks of Asian-ness in the most fun avatar possible!


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