January 30, 2017

Mamou: A Home Kitchen

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  • Mamou is a popular family style restaurant, which opened in 2011, at Serendra, Fort Bonifacio Heights in Taguig City. Its menu is inspired by International cuisine with a plain and simple taste made with homemade ingredients.

    Mamou_steak feature (5)_web28 Day Dry Aged USDA Prime Grade T-Bone Steak(P3290/700g)

    Some of their famous cuisines are the USDA Prime Grade Porterhouse Steak, a dry and juicy aging beef produced in the U.S.A for 28 days; Pia’s Garlic Noodle, a large lobster, that is produced in U.S.A, with noodles or rice as side-dish and seasoned with two types of vinegar, lemon butter and garlic.

    Healdsburg’s Harvest, Php 335

    The Healdsburg’s Harvest however offers freshness and colorful flavors in a bowl that would definitely boost your appetite before starting off a meal. This is a unique salad for it is dressed in cranberries, sweet and crisp glaze pecan nuts, and Stilton cheese with mouth-to-mouth cilberry, studded in a high pile of lettuce.

    Mamou_steak feature (1)_webFeel at home with Mamou’s cozy interior

    Mamou is known for its delicious steak cutlets. This restaurant’s Kurobuta Mamou-Katsu is very original. You can eat it either with white buttered parsley rice or red buttered parsley rice.

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