We bet you’re wondering what Mamagoto means! Literally translated, it indicates "to play with food". Mamagoto is a fusion Pan Asian café with a relaxed and casual atmosphere where affordable Asian cuisine & drinks combine with quirky décor.
Mamagoto's food is a blend of inspiration from Asian street hawkers, our extensive travels and endless experimentation in those secret kitchens. Our serving portions are to share, so don't get greedy – it's a casual – 'come as you are' space.
We offer a yummy range of alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages made using fresh juices and ingredients at incredible value. So, drink up.
We are funky, interactive, fresh, colorful and beaming with energy and our excitement hits the ceiling when people say, “You are too noisy.”
Mamagoto's food is not authentic (there's no such word in our dictionary, it sounds too serious); instead it is a fusion of inspiration from Asian street hawkers, our extensive travels, mad experiences and endless experimentation in those secret kitchens located deep within the core of the Earth (and you thought the Batcave was secret).
We keep popping up quirky new dishes & drinks every now & then, which makes us madly addictive. Our serving portions are to share, so don't get greedy – it's a casual – 'come as you are' family space.
About Mamagoto Bar
We have created concoctions that we believe are not available elsewhere, they're deconstructed, added again (and then we don't know how they got so good). Using fresh juices and ingredients where possible, a concise and yummy range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages like Pop Rocks & Monsoon Sangria pitchers are on offer at incredible value. Drink up.
Fun at Mamagoto
The folks who score their careers here are young, from all over this old country, bringing in their ideas, their ambitions, and their accents (even we can't understand some of them! And that's why it's so much fun) and identities – we put them all in a blender and out comes the superstars of Mamagoto.
Note: Although our chatter is universal, but our music is limited to English and Chinese.