@CodiLynn09 Mama Fu's sounds wonderful! Which Mama Fu's dish is your favorite? ;)
Minced chicken or tofu with shiitake mushrooms, water chestnuts, scallions and garlic, served with cool lettuce cups
A Mama Fu’s original. Crispy shrimp in our own spicy dynamite sauce and served over Asian slaw
A delicious combination of fresh Asian vegetables, served with sweet chili dipping sauce
Crispy golden calamari served with our own spicy dynamite dipping sauce
Cool rice paper packed with cellophane noodles, fresh basil, mint, spring mix, peanuts, bean sprouts and vegetables served with hoisin peanut dipping sauce
Crispy or steamed dumplings filled with pork, green cabbage, scallions and ginger, served with our own potsticker sauce
Savory pork rolled up with cabbage, carrots, celery, and onions, served with sweet chili dipping sauce.
Sesame-encrusted Ahi tuna, seared rare, on a bed of Asian slaw and spinach tossed in cranberry pomegranate vinaigrette, topped with crunchy noodles and served with citrus ponzu sauce
Thin rice noodles and fresh greens with cucumbers, bean sprouts, fresh herbs, and red jalapeño, topped with seared chicken in a spicy hoisin sauce, with a side of Vietnamese dipping sauce and peanut sauce
Traditional Chinese soup made with chicken broth, green onions, white pepper, carrots and cooked eggs
Mixed greens with tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, wonton chips, sprinkled with sesame seeds. Served with steamed or crispy teriyaki glazed chicken and ginger sesame vinaigrette on the side
Crispy shrimp, glazed in our spicy dynamite sauce, over mixed greens tossed with red bell peppers, white mushrooms, bean sprouts and citrus ponzu dressing on the side
Homemade chicken wontons in a chicken broth with carrots, scallions and spinach
Mixed greens with snap peas, carrots, wonton chips, sprinkled with peanuts and sesame seeds. Served with steamed or crispy teriyaki glazed chicken and peanut soy dressing on the side
Classic Asian soup with chicken, beef, soft tofu, shiitake mushrooms, egg and carrots, flavored with vinegar in a thick peppery broth
Seared sesame coated tuna over Asian slaw with wasabi mustard sauce and pickle cucumbers, daikon and ginger.
Steamed 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 jalapeño Salsa.
A 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
Japanese-style pan seared udon noodles with yakisoba sauce, pork, cabbage, shiitake mushrooms, yellow onions, and carrots. Topped with pickled ginger, sesame seeds, and scallions
Seared pork with fried egg, shiitake mushrooms, cabbage, yellow onion, scallions, and bean sprouts. Served on flour tortillas with hoisin sauce.
Short grain rice cooked with sugar and coconut milk, topped with a coconut mango sauce and fresh mint
Zesty, sweet chili garlic sauce tossed with carrots, broccoli and scallions
Savory garlic soy sauce cooked with white mushrooms, fresh onions and scallions
Fiery kung pao sauce tossed with celery, water chestnuts, red bell pepper, onion, peanuts and chili peppers
Rich honey-sweet glaze over fresh snap peas and carrots on a layer of crisp rice sticks
Tangy sweet-n-sour sauce with pineapple, red bell peppers, yellow onions, carrots and broccoli
A classic bowl of egg noodles in garlic sauce tossed with white mushrooms, cabbage, crisp carrots, bean sprouts, scallions and onions
Spicy green curry sauce with flavors of coconut milk, lime, garlic, and green Thai chili with carrots, sweet basil, baby bok choy, snap peas, white mushrooms and red peppers
Sweet sesame soy sauce mixed with yellow onions, red bell peppers, white mushrooms and green beans, topped with toasted sesame seeds
Thai peanut sauce tossed with bean sprouts, crisp carrots, scallions, egg, tofu and rice noodles, garnished with crushed peanuts, cilantro and a lime wedge
Toasted cashews in a garlic soy sauce with carrots, broccoli, white mushrooms, snap peas and red bell peppers
Mild ginger soy sauce over broccoli, scallions and garlic
Warm fragrant beef broth and rice noodles served with bean sprouts, scallions, basil, cilantro, and jalapeño slices. Accompanied with chili paste, hoisin sauce and fresh lime
Spicy Korean chili garlic sauce tossed with cabbage, white mushrooms, onions, red bell peppers, bean sprouts and scallions, garnished with kimchi and cucumbers
Fresh vegetables and rice served in a bamboo steamer, with teriyaki and sweet-n-sour sauces on the side
An Asian-inspired classic. White rice wok-cooked with bean sprouts, scallions, carrots, egg, chopped broccoli and a touch of Mama’s brown sauce
A zesty, sweet chili orange peel glaze tossed with broccoli, white mushrooms, red bell peppers and scallions
Marinated serloin charred with onions and ginger, served with kimchi, house pickled vegetables, chili paste, and baby romaine leaves
Chicken or pork cooked in spicy hoisin sauce on a French baguette filled with pickled carrots and daikon radish, cilantro, and cucumber slices
Flour tortillas filled with chicken or pork tenderloin cooked in a spicy Korean garlic sauce with kimchi, pickled carrots and daikon radish, topped with green onions
Steamed chicken, broccoli, and carrots tossed with our teriyaki sauce
Steamed chicken with broccoli, carrots, and pineapple tossed in our sweet-n-sour sauce
Mixed field greens topped with carrots, tomatoes and wonton chips, served with your choice of dressing on the side
Rich smooth cheesecake rolled in a flaky cinnamon pastry accompanied by raspberry sauce
Dark, moist chocolate cake with chocolate filling and finished with a dark chocolate ganache
Mama Fu’s Asian House Announces International Expansion with Development Agreement for United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Innovative Asian Concept Signs Development Agreement with GGICO Gourmet, LLC
AUSTIN, Texas – Mama Fu’s Asian House, an Austin based flex-casual restaurant concept offering an innovative menu inspired by the cuisines of Vietnam, Korea, China, Japan and Thailand, has gained popularity throughout regions of the United States. Now that popularity has drawn the attention of international company looking to introduce the concept to the UAE, opening the first location in the first quarter of 2015.
Mama Fu’s franchise development partner is GGICO Gourmet LLC, a subsidiary of GGICO (Gulf General Investment Company), the renowned Dubai Financial Market listed public shareholding company established in 1973.
GGICO is a widely diversified conglomerate, having activities in oil, manufacturing, insurance, services, hospitality, retail and real estate development. The Group has recently expanded on retail restaurant operations through its fully owned subsidiary GGICO Gourmet LLC.
“We are excited to bring Mama Fu’s Asian House to the UAE,” said Hassan Oweida, Chief...more
You’re rushing home from a long day at work and pondering what to do for dinner. For most Americans, when we think of take-out or delivery, we think of pizza and Asian food. But, here in Austin, we like to think healthy, too. Mama Fu’s Asian House, who has a large presence in the capital city with several locations sprinkled throughout, realizes that we need fast, healthy, tasty food; and, sometimes, we need it delivered.
Their restaurants, like the one downtown on Colorado, are small and only seat a limited number of diners. But, that’s OK, because people don’t come into Mama Fu’s to sit a spell. They come in to order off the simple, but thorough, menu, eat their meal, and move on. And, with a large percentage of their business being delivery, carryout and catering, it’s not a problem that their storefronts are intimate.
Mamu Fu’s specializes in five Asian cuisines: Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese and Korean. Their focus is on fresh ingredients and they pride themselves on offering healthy options, including gluten-free choices.
The menu is broken down...more
Mama Fu’s Asian House debuted this month a smaller version of its flex-casual restaurant that is aimed squarely at the delivery and carryout markets.
Austin, Texas-based Mama Fu’s, which has 18 units that offer a fast-casual format during the day and table service at night, opened the 1,350-square-foot unit in Austin on April 14.
The restaurant has 10 seats inside and 10 outside, compared with a typical 3,000-square-foot unit’s 90 seats. A franchisee is expected later this year to open a second unit of the downsized Mama Fu’s near the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.
Randy Murphy, chief executive of Mama Fu’s, said the new unit meets the demands of an off-premise trend the company has noticed in the past several years.
“Over the last few years, one of the things we’ve seen in our brand is the growth in off-premise sales traffic — takeout, catering and delivery,” Murphy told Nation’s Restaurant News. “It’s gone up from about 25 percent of our total business five or six years ago to almost 50 percent now. It’s doubled.”
In addition, as the economy...more
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@CodiLynn09 Mama Fu's sounds wonderful! Which Mama Fu's dish is your favorite? ;)