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Mama Fu’s Announces Spring 2015 Black Market Menu March 31, 2015

Mama Fu’s To Release its Highly Anticipated Secret Seasonal Menu on April 2, 2015\n\nAUSTIN, Texas – Mama Fu’s Asian House, the Austin-based restaurant concept specializing in fresh and innovative Asian cuisine, is pleased to announce that its new Black Market Menu will be available April 2, 2015, at select locations.\n\nExclusive to members of the Mama Fu’s loyalty program, the Funatics Club, the secret menu features innovative Asian cuisine developed by Mama Fu’s world-class chefs, selected through an internal culinary challenge. Chefs throughout the Mama Fu’s system compete to showcase their culinary skills and innovation inspired by travels through Japan, Korea, China, Vietnam, and Thailand.\n\n”This season’s Black Market Menu continues Mama Fu’s tradition of serving innovative, mouth-watering dishes. It includes fresh, healthy items that are perfect for the summer months,” said Randy Murphy, CEO of Mama Fu’s. “This year, the innovation extends to our gluten-free offerings, which are very popular with our customers and a significant part of our business. To thank our gluten-free clientelle, we are launching our first gluten-free dessert on this season’s Black Market Menu, Sweet Sticky Rice with Mango.”\n\n2015 Spring Mama Fu’s Black Market Menu\n\nSesame Crusted Tuna Appetizer\n\nSeared sesame seed coated tuna over Asian slaw with wasabi mustard sauce and picked cucumbers, daikon, carrots, and ginger.\n\nMango Chicken Vermicelli Salad\n\nSteamed chicken and rice vermicelli noodles tossed in togarashi ranch dressing with carrots, red bell peppers, and cucumbers. Served over spring lettuce and topped with a mango jalapeno salsa.\n\nYakiudon\n\nJapanese-style pan seared udon noodles with yakisoba sauce, pork, cabbage, shiitake mushrooms, yellow onion, and carrots. Topped with pickled ginger, sesame seeds, and scallions.\n\nMa La Stir Fry\n\nA Sichuan classic, the name means “numbing-hot.” Seared chicken with Sichuan peppercorns and dried chilies, tossed with cabbage, mushroom, onion, and water chestnuts served with your choice of rice.\n\nMu Shu Tacos\n\nSeared pork with fried egg, shiitake mushrooms, cabbage, yellow onions, scallions, and bean sprouts. Served on flour tortillas with hoisin sauce.\n\nSweet Sticky Rice with Mango\n\nA traditional Asian dessert made with short grain rice cooked with sugar and coconut milk, topped with a coconut mango sauce and fresh mint.\n\nWhile Mama Fu’s Asian House offers guests convenience and value, the high quality ingredients and fusion of unique flavors are the primary focus of its Asian-inspired food. At Mama Fu’s, that culinary innovation is showcased and celebrated seasonally with the Black Market Menu. Keeping its menu options fresh and dynamic, Mama Fu’s Black Market Menu is released every six months (April and October) as an exclusive menu comprised of 5-6 innovative dishes that are inspired from Mama Fu’s chefs’ experiences traveling through Asian countries.\n\nFor a more exclusive look at menu options and perks, including the Black Market Menu, Mama Fu’s customers can enjoy the popular rewards program, the Funatics Club, by downloading the application through the Mama Fu’s website or directly from the online App Store or Google Play.\n\nABOUT MAMA FU’S ASIAN HOUSE®\n\nHigh quality, fresh ingredients, and the fusion of unique flavors are cornerstones of Mama Fu’s Asian-inspired food. Menu highlights include unique tastes and bold flavors from China, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, and Korea. Offering dine-in, takeout, delivery, catering, online, and mobile ordering, Mama Fu’s is a convenient and delicious option for every dining occasion. Two prototypes allow franchise partners to select a service model that fits the market; size of the dining room varies, but kitchen size remains constant to maintain culinary and output capacity. The company currently has 15 locations open and operating, with over 30 locations currently in development over the next two years, mostly in the Southwestern US. For locations and information, please visit

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