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Exquisite Diversity Of South-East Asian Cuisine: Mama San Bali

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Situated on the interstate of Sunset Road and Jalan Raya Kerobokan, Mama San needs no further introduction. The iconic, exquisite restaurant has been known to serve South-Asian goodness in upscale presentation since almost years ago, and is still going stronger than ever.

There’s an air of pleasant familiarity when you enter Mama San. Perhaps it’s the elegant dim lighting, or the classy interior, or maybe the unmistakably iconic ‘Lady Mama San’ mural on the far side of the venue. But alas, it’s a wonderful feeling to set foot in this critically-acclaimed restaurant.

Mama San is a destination for anyone who likes to lounge in style and eat quality South East Asian food without it being too expensive. Coupled together with the magic touch of founder and world-renowned Executive Chef, Will Meyrick, the restaurant continues to capture the hearts, appetites and minds of discerning gourmands from across the globe.

Serving mouthwatering South East Asian cuisine, Will Meyrick has brought the region’s most astonishing flavours from across Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia and Vietnam into one, glorious location. Mama San serves all of the above and more, including Chinese and Indian favourites. If you are a regular, you would already know that their menu exalts a culture of cuisine craft where texture is regarded as important as taste and presentation.

Dengdeng Balado

For their starters, Mama San serves wonderful selections of tantalizing small-portion dishes to engage your appetite. Try their Prawn Siew Mai for a memorable oriental goodness, served with Tobiko and Chilli Sauce. Then, for some time a little bit heavier, the Signature Crispy Pork Belly will treat your palate with a scrumptious taste of crunchy-juicy pork belly, glazed with tamarind sauce and Szechuan chilli salt. If you crave for rather unique bites, order the Popcorn Shrimp for a unique appetizer in the form of crispy, spicy shrimps served along Japanese Togarashi spice and smoked chilli mayo.

The main menu of Mama San is a celebration of diversity of SouthEast Asia through delectable, upscale culinary creation; you can try Indonesian-inspired Crispy Gourami Fish, deep-fried and served whole with kaffir lime, ginger, holy basil, sweet chilli and tamarind sauce on side, or  Dengdeng Balado, a wonderful plate of caramelized Wagyu beef cheek with green mango salad, lemongrass, kaffir lime, chilli & lemon basil.. Another one worth trying is the Indian signature Butter Chicken with delicious thick sauce made from cashew nut, ginger, garam masala, kasoori methi and tomato sauce. This one is served along crispy, freshly-cooked tasty naan bread.

Coconut Mojito

To accompany your meal, try some of Mama San’s wonderful selections of crafted cocktails, such as Coconut Mojito. A brilliant concoction made from a combination of rum, coconut water, syrup, mint and citrus for a sweet-meet-sour refreshing goodness. They also added huge chunks of sweet and crispy sugar-glazed burnt coconut flakes on top of a drink for a wonderful extra flavor.

Mamasan 2nd Floor Lounge

Then to wrap up the whole feast wonderfully, you can try the gorgeously sweet Pavlova, made of crispy meringue with a fine mixture of mango mousse, passion fruit coulis, mixed berries on top. Break the crunchy meringue to discover a scoop of coconut ice cream inside. Or you can also try their deep-fried ice cream with Nutella, which basically contains the same coconut ice cream inside, but replaces the merengue outer layer with deep fried batter, with a generous portion of Nutella jam beneath. Splendidly done!

Mamasan Bali

Jl. Raya Kerobokan No.135, Kerobokan Kelod, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361

www.mamasanbali.com

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